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ALPHABETICAL DICTIONAHY 



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Coats of ^rittfii 



BELONGING TO 



FAMILIES IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND; 



FORBIING AN EXTENSIVE 



ORDINARY 



OF 



BRITISH ARMORIALS; 

UPON AN ENTIRELY NEW PLAN, 

IN WHICH THE ARMS ARE SYSTEMATICALLY SUBDIVIDED THROUGHOUT, 

AND SO ARRANGED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER 

THAT THE NAMES OF FAMILIES WHOSE SHIELDS ARE FOUND ON 

BUILDINGS, MONUMENTS, SEALS, PAINTINGS, PLATE, ETC., 

WHETHER MEDIAEVAL OR MODERN, 

CAN BE READILY ASCERTAINED. 



BY THE LATE 

JOHN W. PAPWORTH, F.KLB.A., 

EDITED FROM PAGE 696 BY 

ALFRED W. MORANT F.S.A., F.G.S. 



VOL. 11. 



LONDON : 
T. RICHARDS, 37, GREAT QUEEN STREET. 

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BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



577 



On a CHIEF cont. 

Gouttes cont. 
Chequy or aud sa. on a chief arg. gouttes de sang. 
CoLESHiLL, Bynamy Castle, and Tremoderet, 
CO. Cornwall ; the heiress m. Arundell. 

COLSHILL, V. COLSHYLL, V* . 

Chequy or and sa. on a chief of the first gouttes de 
sang. CoLSELL or Colshill, Essex; and Corn- 
wall. CouLsiLL, Essex. 

Chequy (or and sa. V*) sa. and or on a chief arg. 
gouttes de sang. Coleshull, Cornwall, V. 
Hammers 

Paly of six arg. and az. on a chief or three mallets 
gu. Chemell, F. 
Hand 

Arg. on a chief gu. a dexter hand extended fess- 
wise of the first. Mainstone or Maynsling. 

Erm. on a chief sa. a dexter hand betw. two cocks 
arg. armed crested and jelloped gu. Hancocke, 
Portleek, Westmeath, Ireland; grantedl2 Fe- 
bruary 1661. Handcock, Viscount, 1832-39, 
and Baron Castlemaine, 181iJ. Handcock, 
Waterstown, Westmeath. 

Or on a chief gu. a dexter hand fesswise arg. 
Mainstone. 

Or on a chief gu. a sinister hand couped at the 
wrist arg. Maynselyne. 
Hands 

Or on a chief gu.two dexter hands apaumy couped 
arg. Maynflin, V. 

Or on a chief indented gu. two gauntlets of the 
first. Blobold, Mendham, Sufi'olk. 

Az. on a chief arg. three gauntlets of the first. 
Fane, Ireland. 

Erm. on a chief gu. three sinister hands apaumy 
couped arg. Malemayne, V. Malmaynes. 

Gu. on a chief arg. three hands of the first. 
Geeig. 

Or on a chief az. three dexter gauntlets of the 
first. Geungfield, Tressenfield, SuflTolk. 
Head (Beast) Boar 

Erpa. on a chief gu. a boar's head erased betw. 
two mullets arg. Cochran, Pitfare, Scotland. 
.... Deer 

Erm. on a chief gu. a stag's head erased or betw. 
two mullets arg. Cochran, Drumbreck, Scot- 
land. 

Sa. on a chief vert a buck's head cabossed arg. 
Boksyed. Buckton. 

....Dog 

Erm. on a chief az. a talbot's head in the dexter 
point couped arg. eared gu. Barrell, co. 
Hereford. 

Erm. on a chief az. a talbot's head couped arg. 
collared gu. Barwell. 

Erm. on a chief embattled sa. a talbot's head 
couped or betw. two broad arrow heads arg. 
Raynshaw, ob. 1569. Butpheons. Readshaw, 
Armston, co. Lancaster. 
.... Lion 

Erm. on a chief sa. a lion's head erased betw. 
two eagles displ. or. Coakley. 

Per cLcv. srm. and gu. on a chief arg. a lion's 
boad eri ed az. Goodenough. 
Wolf 

}\n po?t' irg. and sa. on a chief indented 
ju.upinrcoanged a wolf's head erased in the 
ilfKta..- pvint gu. Laing, Edinburgh. 
. .(Human Figure) 

X';- !. ;"■ S3 ;• ief az. a cherub's head arg. Menzies, 



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On a CHIEF cont. 
Head cont. (Monster) Griffin 

Arg. on a chief sa. a grifiin'a head erased betw. 
two pierced mullets or. John son and heir of 
Roger Haye, Aughton, co. York, 1349, V. 
Heads (Beasts) Boar 

Arg. on a chief sa. two boar's heads couped of the 
first. Taylour, Parkhouse, Kent ; granted 
1588. The heads erased fesswise. "Taylor, 
quartered by Hussey. 

Erm. on a chief gu. two boar's heads couped fess- 
wise or. Sandefoed, V. Sandfokd, North- 
umberland. 

Erm. on a chief vert two boar's heads couped or. 
Baker. 

.... Deer 

Arg. on a chief gu. two buck's heads cabossed or. 
Leyboden. Popham, Trevarno, Cornwall. 
PoPHAM, Shanklin, and Kitehill; a heiress ra. 
White ; descended through Popham, Barwick 
Bassett, from Popham, Littlecott, co. Wilts ; 
quartering Leyborne ; a branch through Popham, 
Huntworth, and Bagborough, co. Somerset, 
quartering Kentisbury, of Popham, Popham, 
CO. Hants ; the coheiresses m. Hampden, Baren- 
tine, Wadh am, and Foster ; Collinson, Somer- 
set, i, 8 ; ii, 484 ; iii, 243, 260, 328. Sr. John 
PoPHAM,F. Butstag's heads. Rauf dePoPHAM,Z. 

Barry of four or and gu. on a chief arg. two buck's 
heads cabossed of the second. Barendens, V. 
.. . .Leopard 

Erm. on a chief gu. two leopard's faces arg. 
Thorndike. Thornehurst, Canterbury, Kent ; 
confirmed U February 1575. Thornex, Kent, 
W. And with a label of three points or. 
Thornex. 

Gyrnnny of eight or and sa. on a chief of the se- 
cond two leopard's heads of the first. Ceon. 
Crow, Norfolk ; granted by Camden, W. 

Gyronny of eight sa. and or on a chief of the first 
two leopard's faces as the last. Christopher 
Crowe, East Bilney, Norfolk ; granted 27 May 
1614, by Camden, Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 44. 
.... Lion 

Erm. on a chief gu. two lion's heads couped arg. 
Sandford, Raile, Essex. 

....Wolf 

Arg. on a chief sa. two wolf's heads erased or. 
Stiddolp, Norbury, and Micklam, Surrey. 

Gu. on a chief indented arg. two wolf's heads 
erased of the first. Law, Stanmore, and New- 
ington, Middlesex. John Lawe, at the Char- 
terhouse, 1619. 

.... (Monsters) Dragon 

Arg. on a chief sa. two dragon's heads erect 
erased close before the ears or, Stedwehow, 
Surrey, V. Stidwehow, V*. 
(Spears) 

Arg. on a chief vert two spear's heads erect of the 
first points embrued gu. Bbodeick, Baronies 
1715, 1796, ViscountMidleton,1717. Brodeick, 
Wandsworth, Surrey. 

Erm. on a chief indented az. two^oronels or. 
Chamberlayn. ■ 

....(Beasts) Boar 

Arg. on a chief gu. three boar's heads of the first. 
Lambeine. 

Arg. on a chief sa. three boar's heads pr. 
Beckwell or Bekewell. The heads fesswise 
couped or armed and langued gu. Rockewell, 
V. Rockwell, V*. The heads erased fess- 
wise. Beckwel, F. Beckwill or Bockwill. 
Bockwell, F. 

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578 



AN ORDINAEY OF 



On a CHIEF cont. 

Heads cont. (Beasts) Boar conf. 
Erm. on a chief indented sa. three boar's heads 

couped or. Sandford, BakeweU, co. Derby. 
Paly of six arg. and sa. on a chief gu. three boar's 
heads couped or. Swinford. 

Deer 

Az. on a chief arg. three stag's heads cabossed 

sa. Flin or Flinn, Ireland. 
Barry of four or and az. on a chief as the last 
three buck's heads cabossed like the first. 
WiMBERLY, V*. Thomas Wymberley, Bitch- 
feld, CO. Lincoln ; granted 1587-8, W. 
Chequy arg. and sa. on a chief or three buck's 
heads couped of the last. Gastrell, Shipton 
Moyne, and Setbury, co. Gloucester. Francis 
Gastrell, Bishop of Chester 1714-25. 
Erm. on a chief gu. three buck's heads arg. 

Handley. The heads or. Handley. 
Erm. on a chief gu. three buck's heads cabossed 
or. John de Drokensford, Bishop of Bath, 
etc. 1309-29. Greete, V*. Banning, V*, 
and Dillington House, co. Somerset. But 
stag's heads. Greete, co. Worcester, V. 
Hannyng, CO. Gloucester, V. 
Erm. on a chief sa. three buck's heads cabossed 

or. Servinqton. 
Erm. on a chief vert three buck's heads cabossed 

or. Parker, Willows, Suffolk, 1609. 
Sa. on a chief arg. three hart's heads erased of 

the first. IIarewood. 
Sa. on a chief vert three buck's heads cabossed 
arg. Bdckton. 

.. ..Dog 
Erm. on a chief az. three talbot's heads couped 
arg. Babtot, Byfold, co. Hereford. The heads 
erased. Barrell, Rochester, Kent. 
Erm. on a chief sa. three talbot's heads erased 

of the first. Barrell, Rochester, Kent. 
Paly of six arg. and az. on a chief gu. three tal- 
bot's heads erased or. Marche. Marsh, co. 
Cambridge; and co. Huntingdon. 
Paly of six arg. and az. on a chief or three grey- 
hound's heads erased sa. collared gu. Smyth, 
Wighton, Norfolk. 
Paly of six or and az. on a chief gu. three talbot's 
heads erased or. Marsh or Marshe, co. 
Huntingdon. 
Sa. goutty de sansj on a chief arg. three grey- 
hound's heads erased sa. collared or. Loveday. 
.... Fez 
Arg. on a chief az. three fox's heads erased or. 

Sr. Nicholas Colfox, V. 
Or a chief az. three fox's heads erased of the 

first. CoLFOx. 
Sa. on a chief arg. three fox's heads couped gu. 
CoLFOX. But erased. Sr. Nicholas Colfox, V. 

Goat 

Arg. on a chief dancetty az. three goat's heads 
erased of the first. Downton, Sandhurst, 
Kent. 

.... leopard 
Arg. on a chief gu. three leopard's faces or. 

Depden. 
Arg. fretty gu. on a chief of the last three leo- 
pard's heads of the first. Liddell, Durham ; 
and Northumberland. The leopard's faces 
or. Liddell; Baronetcy 1C42, Barony 1821. 
Lidel. 
Arg. fretty gu. on a chief per fess of the first and 
az. in chief three leopard's heads as the second 
and in liasejso many crosses (rroslet, nnothei) 
patty like the first. Michael Carvenell, V. 



On a CHIEF cont. 

Heads cont. (Beast) Leopard cont. 

Arg. goutty de sang on a chief gu. three leopard's 

faces or. Thorndike. 
Arg. on a chief sa. three leopard's heads erased 
of the first a crescent for diff. .... Richardson, 

CO. Warwick, 1647. 
Arg. on a chief sa. three leopard's heads or. 

Norman, Lord Mayor of London, 1250. 
Az. on a chief or three leopard's heads of the 

first. Whiting, Sussex. 
Barry of six arg. and sa. on a chief gu. three 

leopard's faces or. Burrell, Woodland, co. 

Devon. But harry of tv/elve. Burrell, F*. 
Barry of thirteen arg. and az. on a chief gu. three 

leopard's faces or. Henry Burrell, V, Harl. 

MS. 1459. 
Barry of (fourteen, Harl. MS. 1392) eighteen 

arg. and sa. on a chief gu. three leopard's 

faces or. Henry Burell, F, Cotton MS. Tibe- 
rius D lO. But barruly. Burell, Burell, near 

Saltash, Cornwall. 
Chequy or and az. on a chief gu. three leopard's 

faces arg. Clifford. 
Erm. on a chief az. three leopard's faces or. 

PouRTON, W. ScRivENOR, Sibton, Sufiblk. 
Erm. on a chief az. three leopard's faces erased 

or. Scrivener, Ipswich ; Suffolk ; and Backton, 

Norfolk; Harl. MS. 1552, fo. 234 b. 
Erm. on a chief dancetty az. three leopard's faces 

or. Scrivener, W. But the chief indented. 

Screvener or Scrivener, Ipswich ; and Suf- 
folk, Harl. MS. 1449, fo. G5. 
Erm. on a chief gu. three leopard's faces or. 

Boysheley. 
Erm. on a chief embattled gu. three leopard's 

faces or. Bish. Bisshe, Surrey, V. Boshe or 

BosHEY. Bosshe, F. 
Or on a chief embattled gu. three leopard's faces 

arg. Cheffinch or Chiffinch, coTi/irmed 16 

July 1070. 
Per pale az. and gu. on a chief of the second 

three leopard's faces or. Caldecot, Nor- 
folk. 
Per pale or and az. on a chief of the last three 

leopard's faces as the first. Caldicott. 
Per pale or and az. on a chief gu. three leopard's 

faces of the first. Caldecot, co. Cambridge; 

Norfolk ; and Suffolk. Sire de Caldecote, N. 

Caldecot, F; quartered by Clough. 
Per salt.ire arg. and az. on a chief of the first 

three leopard's heads as the second. Whiting, 

London. 

.. ..Lion 

Arg. on a chief gu. three lion's heads erased or. 
Richardson, Norfolk. 

Arg. on a chief sa. three lion's heads erased of the 
first. Richardson, co. Gloucester; granted 
1588. Richardson, co. Nottingham; and 
Great Dunmow. Richardson, Knoekshinnock, 
CO. Dumfries ; Hensol Castle, co. Glamorgan ; 
and Aber Himant, co. Merioneth ; quartering 

Dalziel. And with a crescent for diff. 

Richardson, co. Warwick, 1047. 

Barry of six arg. and az. on a chief as the second 
three lion's heads erased or. Hickling, F* . 

HiKLING, F. 

Barry of six az. and or on a chief arg. three 
lion's heads erased sa. Morley, Norwich. 

Barry of eight arg. and az. on a chief of the 
second three lion's heads erased like the first. 
Newarke, Dnlton, V. 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



579 



On a CHIEF cont. 
Heads cont. (Beasts) Lion cont. 

Barry of ten gu. and arg. on a chief sa. three 
lion's heads erased or each gorged with a 
collar gu. charged with three torteaux. Weege, 
Hexgrave Park, co. NottiBgham ; derived from 
Wekge, Horton Castle, Sussex. 

Erm. on a chief sa. three lion's heads erased or. 
NtiTBROWNE, Barking, Essex; granted 1588. 

Gu. on a chief arg. three lion's heads erased of 
the first. Ryan. 

Gu. on a chief arg. three lion's heads erased sa. 
Barrow, co. Cambridge. 

Or on a chief az. three lion's heads erased of the 
first. HoLBECHE or Hoi.beame, Holbeame, co. 
Devon; and Slow, co. Lincoln ; granted 1586. 

Or on a chief sa. three lion's heads of the first. 
Richardson, Norfolk ; and co. Worcester ; 
The heads erased. Richardson, Lynn Regis, 
Norfolk. Richardson, co. York ; quartered 
with Savage (Rivers) and Head by Baily. 

Sa. on a chief arg. three lion's heads erased gu. 
Randell or Randle. 

Sa. on a chief arg. three lion's heads erased 
ermines langued gu. Richardson, Durham ; 
granted 1615. 

Sa. on a chief arg. three lion's heads erased of the 
first. Richardson, Ireland. Richardson, Fin- 
den Place, Sussex ; quartering Peebles and 
MinshuU with Westbrooke and Johnson ; de- 
scended from Richardson, co. Durham ; and 
North Bierley, CO. York. And with a fleur-de-lis 
for difi".. . . .Richardson, Goring, Sussex. 

Vairy or and gu. on a chief or three lion's heads 
erased arg. Ferrab, Norfolk. 
Ox 

Erm. on a chief sa. three bull's heads cabossed 
arg. Storke. 

Or on a chief vert three bull's heads couped of the 
first. Hill or Hull, Selvington, co. Salop. 
Wolf 

Arg. on a chief sa. three wolfs heads erased of the 
first. Steedale or Stedwolph, Wicklam, 
Surrey. 

(Birds) Eagle 

Erm. on a chief embattled gu. three eagle's heads 
erased or. Timewell. 

Gu. on a chief arg. three eagle's heads erased 
sa. Brash, Scotland. 

Paly of six erm. and gu. on a chief az. three 
eagle's heads erased arg. Marshall, Wood- 
walton, CO. Durham ; and co. Huntingdon. 
Falcon 

Sa. on a chief arg. three falcon's heads erased of 
the first. Hareward, V. Harward. 

. ..Heron 

Erm. on a chief embattled az. three stork's heads 
erased or. Stiles, Wantage, co. Berks. 
Swan 

Erm. on a chief indented sa. three swan's necks 
erased arg. each gorged with a crown gu. and 
thereto chains afiixed or. Alfrey. 
(Human Figures) 

Arg. on a chief gu. three maiden's heads couped 
ppr. Edge. 

Arg. on a chief or three Moor's heads couped sa. 

wreathed about the temples Tanner, 

Upton, CO. Somerset. 

Arg. on a chief sa. three Moor's heads couped or 

(sometimes wreathed about the temples ). 

Tanner, Cornwall. 

Sa. on a chief or three Moor's heads couped ppr. 
Tanner, Ashsted, co. Sun-ey. 



On a CHIEF cont. 
Heads cont. (Monsters) Dragon 
Arg. on a chief sa. three dragon's heads erased 

or. Stedew or Stedow, Hampshire. 

.... Griffin 
Arg. on a chief gu. three griffin's heads erased or. 

Ritchie, Glasgow. 
Arg. on a chief sa. three griffin's heads erased of 

the first. LiNDSEY. Sr. Percivall Linley, V. 

Lyndsey, Kent; and Skegby, co. Notts. 
Erm. on a chief dancetty az. three griffin's heads 

erased or. Capelen or Chaplain, co. Hants. 

The chief indented. Chapelin or Chaplin, 

London; and Stoueham, co. Kanta ; granted 

1593. 
Erm. on a chief indented vert three griffin's heads 

erased or. Chaplin, Lord Mayor of London, 

1678. Chaplin, Blakeney, co. Lincoln. 
Gu. fretty arg. on a chief az. three griffin's heads 

erased of the second. Spencer. 
Paly of six erm. and gu. on a chief az. three 

griffin's heads erased or. Marshall, Lord 

Mayor of London, 1840. Marshall, Surrey; 

and CO. York. 
Paly of six gu. and erm. on a chief or three grif- 
fin's heads erased sa. Marshall, Essex. 
Paly wavy of six or and sa. on a chief gu. three 

griffin's heads erased of the first. Couldwell, 

Kent. 

.... Unicorn 
Erm. on a chief sa. three unicorn's heads oouped 

arg. Forbisher. 

....(Beptiles) 
Arg. on a chief sa. three lizard's heads erased of 

the first stings gu. Stedolph or Stedwhole. 
Hearts (and see Uillhoppers) 
Gu. on a chief arg. three human hearts ppr. 

Heart. 
Gu. on a chief indented or three human hearts of 

the first. Hart, London. 
Or on a chief indented arg. three hearts gu. 

Hart or Hert, V. 
Gu. on a chief indented or four human hearts of 

the first over all a bend vert. Johnson. But 

over all on a bend of the second three peas 

pendant slipped stalked and leaved vert. 

Johnson, Limehouse, Middlesex. 
Horseshoes 
Vairy or and gu. on a chief sa. three horseshoes 

arg. (The ancient arms of) Curzon, Croxsall, 

CO. Derby, V. 
Inkmoline 
Sa. on a chief arg. an ink-moline of the first. 

Thomas Bolron, X. 
Insects 
Gu. on a chief dancetty erm. a bee volant ppr. 

betw. two hurts. Walmsley, Wavertree Hall, 

CO. Lancaster. 
Keys 
Per fess dancetty or and az. on a chief per pale 

gu. of the second on the dexter two keys 

in saltire as the first on the sinister a cross 

patonce betw. four {aliter&ve) martlets gold. 

See of Westminster, Harl.MS., 1042, fo. 30. 

Benedictine Abbey at Westminster. 
Knots 
Erm. on a chief indented sa. two true lover's 

knots arg. Banning. 
Label 
Az. on a chief dancetty. . . .a label of five points 

gu. Crawthorne, Caldham, co. Kent. 
Erm. on a chief gu. a label of three points arg. 

Belfeld, V*. 



580 



AN ORDINARY OF 



On a CHIEF cont. 

Label cont. 
Erm. on a chief gu. a label of five points arg. 

Belfeild, Clegge, co. Lancaster. Belfeld, V. 

And with a mullet gu. in the centre for difi". 

Belfield, London ; and co. Hertford. 
Gu. on a chief arg. a label of three points as the 

first. Hugh de Vinon', V ; i.e. Vywnne or 

De Vivonia, Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10. 
Gu. on a chief or a label of three points az. 

Watford. 
•Or on a chief gu. a label of five points as the first. 

Malfit. 
Leaf 
Chequy erm. and sa. on a chief or an oak leaf 

vert. Stanborne. 
Chequy or and sa. on a chief of the first an oak 

vert, Stanbuene. 
Leaves 
Chequy sa. and arg. on a chief or three leaves 

vert. Emeeugg. But elm leaves. Adam 

D'Elmercgge, E. Adam De Emeeugge, F. 
Gyronny of eight or and sa. on a chief of the first 

three elm leaves vert. ELMYE,Nettlested,Sufiblk. 
Vair on a chief or three oak leaves (gu. another) 

vert. Prendeegast. 
Chequy (arg. and sa., F*) sa. and arg. on a chief 

or three woodbine leaves vert. Stanborne, V. 
Leg 
Sa. on the dexter chief quarterly first and fourth 

a human leg couped at the thigh. . ..trans- 
pierced above the knee by a broken spear or on 

a canton arg. a tower gu. second and third arg. 

a chev. gu. betw. three griffin's heads erased 

ppr. sinister chief per chev. engr. arg. and gu. 

three talbot's heads erased counterchanged. 

BowEE, CO. York. 
Letters 
Gu. on a chief arg. three capital T's sa. 

Peysset, V. 
Lozenges 
Arg. on a chief gu. three lozenges or. Geebeidge. 

Serbeidge. 
Arg. on a chief or three lozenges sa. Aston. 
Arg. on a chief sa. three lozenges of the first. 

ASCON. 

Erm. on a chief az. three lozenges sa. Angee. 
Erm. on a chief gu. three lozenges of the first. 

Charles, Norfolk. Geebeidge, Suffolk. And 

with an annulet sa. for difi". Jerbridge. 
Erm. on a chief gu. three lozenges or. Anke or 

Ankor. Geebeeg. John Geebeege, X. Rauf 
■ Geebeege (Gesbeeg in pencil in margin), Y. 

Geebeidge. Geebeige, V. The lozenges 

pierced. John Geeberg, X. 
Erm. on a chief sa. three lozenges or. Cheeke 

or Cheee, Burton, co. Somerset; and Sufi"olk. 

Cheke, V. 
Gu. on a chief arg. three lozenges sa. Bloe. 

Bluet, V, Blewet. 
Or ( ? gu.) on a chief arg. three lozenges gu. Au- 

gustinian Abbey at Buenham, co. Buckingham. 
Or or a chief az. three lozenges of the first. 

Lanselat, V. 
Paly of six arg. and gu. on a chief sa. three 

lozenges or. Bueeen, Reading, Berks; and 

London ; the coheiress m. Barry now Bayley. 
Paly of six or and gu. on a chief arg. three 

lozenges as the second. Sr. Peter Aeden, co. 

Hereford, V. The centre lozenge charged 

with a chessrook gold. Sr. Piers Ardeene, V. 
Paly of six or and gu. on a chief sa. three lozenges 

as the first. Bueyne, V. 



On a CHIEF cont. 

Lozenges cont. 

Paly of eight or and gu. on a chief arg. three 
lozenges as the second. Wilkes, Layton- 
Beame, co. Buckingham. Wilkes, Willenhall, 
CO. Stafi'ord ; the heiress m. Unett. Wilkes, 
Dallicott House and Sutton in Claverley, Salop; 
quartering Smith, Grosvenor, Mobberley, 
Downes, Pulford, Smyth, Clayton, Bushbury, 
Fowke, Newman, and Hardwicke ; the heiress 
m. T. W. Smith-Grazebrook, whose heiress m. 
Kettle. 

Paly of eight or and gu. on a chief az. three 
lozenges gu. each charged with another arg. 
Wilkes, Lymebrooke, co. Salop. Harl. MS. 
6172, fo. 3L 

Per pale or and az. on a chief gu. three lozenges 
erm. Caldecot, Norfolk. 

Sa. on a chief arg. three lozenges of the first. 
Bluett, co. Devon. Molines. Molyns. 

Sa. on a chief or three lozenges gu. Molynes. 
Sr. John Molyns, F. Moulins, Collinson, 
Somerset, iii, 359. (? Buenham Abbey.) 

Erm. on a chief gu. four lozenges conjoined 
throughout of the first. Chaeles, F. 

Erm. on a chief gu. five lozenges of the first. 
DixiN, 1730. 

Erm. on a chief gu. five lozenges in fess of the 
first. Charles, London ; Stratford, co. War- 
wick ; and Norfolk. Edward Charles, G ; of 
Cliffe, P; A'; and of Brigenhale, X. The 
lozenges conjoined throughout. Sr. Thomas 
Chaeles, V. 

Erm. on a chief gu. five lozenges in fess or. 
Chaeles, Stratford, co. Warwick; and Norfolk. 

Erm. on a chief gu. five lozenges or. Geebeidge, 
Sufiblk. 

Mallets see Hammers 
Mascle 

Paly of four arg. and vert on a chief gu. a mascle 
as the first. Domington. 
Mascles 

Az. on a chief arg. three mascles of the first. 
Thoeogood, Hornchurch, Essex. 

Erm. on a chief az. three mascles arg. Anger 
or Aunger. 

Erm. on a chief gu. three mascles of the first. 
Chaeles, Norfolk. Sire Edward Chaeles, N. 

Sa. on a chief or three mascles .... Hedges, 
Romney, Hampshire. 

Sa. bezanty on a chief erm. three mascles gu. 
Gate or Gates. 

Paly of six arg. and vert on a chief gu. three 
mascles as the first. Donington or Donyngton, 
CO. York. 

Paly of six or gu. on a chief arg. three mascles 
as the second. Wilkes. 
Millhoppers 

Gu. on a chief or three ' tremoiles ' (in a later 
hand ' hearts') vert. Monsire Elmundbeight, 
r. Elmyndbeyhe, Harl. MS. 6589, fo. 33 b. 
Monster .... Griffin 

Erm. on a chief az. a griSin pass. arg. Cooke, 
Langham, Sufiblk. Cooke, St. Edmondsbury, 
Sufl-olk, IF. 

Erm. on a chief sa. a griffin pass. arg. Chester, 
Bush Hall, CO. Hertford; quartering Granado, 
Saltonstall, Adelmare, Csesar, etc. ; a branch of 
Chester, co. Derby ; Royston, co. Cambridge ; 
and Cockenhatch, co. Hertford. Sr. Robert 
Chestee, CO. Hertford, W. 

Erm. on a chief aa. a griffin pass. or. Richmond, 
Hedenham, Norfolk. 



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On a CHIEF cont. 
Monster cont.Oriffin cont. 
Erm. on a chief sa. a griffin pass, or armed arg. 

Chester, Blabie, co. Leicester. 
Gu. goutty d'eau on a chief arg. a griffin segreant 

sa. CocKSHUTT, CO. Hertford. 
Gu. goutty d'eau on a chief or a griffin pass. sa. 

CocKSHUTT, CO. Lancaster ; and co. Salop. 
Paly of six arg. and az. on a chief or a griffin 

segreant as the second. Pendreth, Kent ; 

granted 1586, Harl. MS. 1359, fo. 91, 
Paly of six or and az. on a cl)ief of the second 

a griffin pass, as the first. White, Bridgcourt, 

Isle of Ely; and Nordian, and Winchelsea, 

Sussex. White, Goodhills, Isle of Wight; 

and Pilewell, co. Hants. 
Paly of six or and gu. on a chief as the second a 

griffin pass. arg. Hatter. 
Pean on a chief az. a griffin pass. arg. Cooee, 

Kilkenny, Ireland ; granted 24 June 1638. 
....Wivern 
Arg. on a chief gu. a wivern pass. or. 

Macclesfield. 
Paly of six az. and gu. on a chief arg. a wivern 

vert. Gobel. 

Monsters .... Oriffia 
Erm. on a chief gu. two griffins (respectant 

Aui-D, V*.) segreant combatant arg. Aulde, 

Kent, W. 
Erm. on a chief sa. two griffins combatant arg. 

Alde, Kent. 

Dragon 

Or on a chief sa. three dragons segreant of the 

first. Knight, Langold, and Firbeck, co. York. 

....Griffin 
Erm. on a chief or three griffins segreant sa. 

Pescod, Newton Valence, co. Hants. 
Or on a chief sa. three griffins segreant of the 

first. Knight. Wright, Barne, co. Hants. 
....Hydra 
Paly of six or and az. on a chief gu. three five- 
headed hydras as the first. Gbandpee, V*. 

Grand Pre, V. 
Mallet 
Chequy or and az. on a chief arg. a mullet of the 

second. Clifford; Baronetcy 1838. 
Gu. on a chief indented sa. a mullet arg. 

Lovelace. 
Mallets 
Arg. fretty sa. on a chief of the first two mullets 

as the second. Fouleshurst, co. Chester, V. 

Foutesherst, V*. 
Arg. on a chief az. two mullets or. John de 

Clinton, Y. Sire Johan de Clintone of Made- 

stoke, N. Maddestock, co. Warwick. 
Arg. crusily sa. on a chief az. two mullets or. 

Sire Johan Clynton, O. Sire William de 

Clynton, 0. 
Arg. on a chief az. two pierced mullets or. 

Augustinian Priory at Makestok or Maxstoke, 

CO. Warwick ; for Clinton the founder. 
Arg. on a chief az. two mullets or pierced gu. 

Roger de Clinton, Bishop of Lichfield, etc. 

1129-48. John Clinton, Madestock, V. Sr. 

Thomas de Clinton, Madestock, co. Warwick, 

temp. Edward II, V. Clinton, Earl of 

Huntingdon 1337-54. Augustinian Priory at 

Makestok or Maxtoke. Clynton, V*. 
Arg. on a chief az. two six-pointed mullets or. 

Joan de Clintone, E, or Clinton, G. 
Arg. on a chief az. two six-pointed mullets or 

pierced of the first. Clinton. 



On a CHIEF cont. 
Mallets cont. 

Arg. on a chief az. two pierced mullets or; quar- 
tering quarterly or and gu. Granted by John 
Clinton, Lord Clinton and Say, to Sir John 
Fines, November lUS,Harl.MS. 1178, fo.28 b. 

Arg. on a chief az. two six-pointed mullets or 
pierced gu. M. John de Clynton, S. Clinton, 
in church at Sprotborough, co. York. 

Arg. on a chief az. two six-pointed mullets or 
pierced gu. a label of three points erm. Sir 
Thomas de Clynton, S, a younger son of John 
Lord Clinton by Idonea de Say. 

Arg. on a chief gu. two mullets of the first. 
Brassy. Douglas. St. John. 

Arg. on a chief gu. two pierced mullets of the 
first. St. John, as quartered by Dyer. 

Arg. on a chief gu. two mullets or. Sire Johan 
de Seinjohan, N. M. John de St. John, 
D; K. Sr. John De St. John le filz, H. 
M. Robert de Seint John, P. St. John, 
quartered by Poynings, Z, 225. St. John, 
Lydiard Tregoz, co. Wilts; Baronetcy 1611, 
Baronies 1711 and 1716, and Viscounties 1712 
and 1716. St. John, Bletshoe ; Baronetcy 
1660; Barony 1559, Earl Bolingbroke 1624- 
1711. And with a label of three points az. 
John de St. John le fitz, K. 

Arg. on a chief gu. two rowels or. John de 
Sein-John, C. 

Arg. crusily sa. on a chief gu. two mullets or. 
Sire Eymis de Sein Johan, N. St. John. 

Arg. goutty de poix on a chief gu. two mullets or. 
St. John. 

Arg, on a chief indented gu, two mullets or. 
Sire Edward de St, John, 0, Saint John, V*. 
The mullets pierced gu. Edward Seynt John, 
1319-20, V. 

Arg. on a chief gu. two pierced mullets or. John 
de St, John, A. Monsire de St. John, ¥. 
Oliver de St. John, Fonmon, Enderbie. Saint 
John, V*. 

Arg. on a chief gu. two mullets or pierced vert. 
Huge. Le Sire St. John, Y. Thomas Seynt 
John, temp. Henry VI, V. 

Arg. on a chief gu. two six-pointed mullets or. 
Joan de Seynt-John, E. 

Arg. on a chief gu. two six-pointed mullets or 
pierced az. Le Sr. le Seint-John, S. 

Arg, on a chief gu. two six-pointed pierced 
mullets or. De Hanacee. 

Arg. on a chief dancetty gu. two six-pointed 
mullets or pierced vert. M. Edward Seint 
John, S. 

Arg. on a chief sa. two mullets or. Sire Gerard 
Salveyn, N. Salvin, Newbiggin. Salvin, Sun- 
derland Bridge, co. Durham ; descended from 
Salvin or Le Silvan, Woodhouse, co. Notting- 
ham ; and Croxdale, co. Durham; quartering 
Bertram, Ross of Warke, Ross, Espec, Trusbut, 
Harcourt, Bruce, Lancaster, Walton, Thornton, 
Radclyfiie, Culcheth, Plessington, Derwent- 
water, Cartington, Claxton, Tindale, Devilston, 
and Menvyll. 

Arg. on a chief sa, two mullets or pierced gu. 
Gerai'dSALVAYN.X; orSALVAYNE,Newbigging, F. 

Arg. on a chief sa. two mullets or pierced vert. 
Salvayn, North Duffield, and Herswell, co. 
York, Gerard Salvayn or Salvayne, Y. 

Arg, on a chief sa. two six-pointed mullets or. 
pierced gu. M. Gerard Salvayn, S. 

Arg. on a chief vert two mullets or. Drewry, 
Watergate, Sussex. Drury, co. Oxford. And 



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On a CHIEF cont. 

Mullets cont. 
■with a label of three points as the last. Sr. 
Robert Drewey, temp. Edward IV, Harl. MS. 
6137, fo. 44. 

Arg. on a chief vert two mullets or each charged 
with an annulet az. Deury. 

Arg. on a chief vert two mullets or a canton gu. 
charged with a bezant pierced with two arrows 
in saltire of the third. Deewry. 

Arg. on a chief vert two mullets or pierced gu. 
Sr. Robert Deuey, V. 

Arg. on a chief vert two mullets pierced or. 
Drewry, Essex; and Suffolk. Deuey (^the 
old coat of Deuey till about 1365-7), Halsted 
Hawsted or Horsted, Suffolk. Deuey, Knight- 
stone in Ottery, CO. Devon ; Rougham, Suffolk; 
andLesiate, Norfolk. Deuey, Shotover rark,co. 
Oxford ; qunrtering Vandeput, Schutz, etc. 

Az. fretty arg. on a chief or two mullets gu. 

GiFFINGS. 

Barry of four vair and gu. on a chief as the last 
two mullets or. West. 

Cbequy arg. and az. on a chief gu. two mullets 
or. Sire Johan de Lonye, N. Loveyne or 
LoviNGE, CO. Lincoln. 

Chequy arg. and gu. on a chief az. two six- 
pointed pierced mullets of the first. Bonett 

or BONOTT. 

Chequy or and sa. on a chief gu. two mullets of 
the first. Palmer, Holme Park, co. Berks. 

Erm. on a chief az. two mullets or. Sire Tho- 
mas de Chietone, N. Hastings, co. Cam- 
bridge, V. Sire Bobert de Hastinges, N. 
Hastings, co. Cambridge. 

Erm. on a chief indented az. two mullets or. 
Rainer, Stradeshall Place, Clare, Suffolk. 

Erm. on a chief gu. two mullets arg. a crescent 
for diff. .... Douglas, Slandingstone. 

Erm. on a chief indented gu. two mullets arg. 
Anstybath. Monsire Basset, Y. 

Erm. on a chief gu. two mullets or. Sire Roger 
de Sein Johan, N. Sr. John Saint John, co. 
Wilts, V. St. John, Lageham, Surrey ; co. 
Hants ; and co. Wilts. 

Erm. on a chief gu. two pierced mullets or. Sir 
Roger de St. John, L. Le Sire Seynt John, Y. 

Erm. on a chief gu. two six-pointed mullets 
or. Richard Sein Joan, E. Hue de Sein 
Johan, G. 

Erm. on a chief gu. two mullets or pierced vert. 
Sir Roger de St. John, L. 

Erm. on a chief indented gu. two mullets or 
pierced vert. Osmond Bassett, Y. 

Gu. on a chief arg. two mullets sa. Sir Edmund 
Bacon, L ; or Bacoun, Y. Monsire Bacon, Y. 
Bacon, Redgrave Hall, and Mildenhall, Suffolk; 
and Raveningham Hall, Norfolk ; Baronetcies 
1611 and 1627: Gillingham, Norfolk; Baro- 
netcy 1662-85. Bacon, Baron Vernlam 1618, 
Viscount St. Alban's 1621-6. Bacon, Shrub- 
land Hall, and Dinington, Suffolk. Sire John 
de St. Johan, Lageham, 0. 

Gu. on a chief arg. two mullets sa. a label az. 
Chalonee, Fulham, Middlesex. 

Gu. fretty or on a chief arg. two mullets sa. Sr. 
Robert fouLESHUEST, V; Chester, If. 

Gu. on a chief arg. two mullets sa. pierced gu. 
Edward Bacon, {intended in) Y. 

Gu. on a chief arg. two pierced mullets sa. Sr, 
Edmund Bacon, co. Hants, temp. Edward I. 
F. Bacon, Friston ; the heiress m. Chamber- 
len. Bacon, Redgrave, Suffolk. 



On a CHIEF cont. 

Mullets cont. 
Gu. fretty or on a chief arg. two pierced mullets 

sa. FOWLESHUEST, CO. Salop. FULLESHUEST, 

Edlaston, co. Chester. 
Gu. on a chief arg. two six-pointed mullets sa. 

pierced or. Bacon, co. York. 
Gu. fretty or on a chief arg. two six-pointed 

pierced mullets sa. Sr. Robert Fouleshuest,S. 
Gu. fretty or on a chief erm. two mullets of the 

first. FouLSHURST, Crew, co. Chester ; and 

CO. Lancaster. 
Gu. fretty or on a chief of the second two mullets 

as the first. Foulsheest, co. Lancaster. 

FOWLISH. 

Or on ftchiefaz. twomullets arg. Eye. Healinge. 
Or on a chief indented az. two mullets arg. 

D'Eye, Suffolk. 
Or on a chief az. two mullets of the first. Lane, 

Kent. 
Or on a chief indented az. two mullets of the 

first. Dey. 
Or on a chief sa. two mullets arg. Gensill, 

Sussex. Squire or Squy-ee. 
Or on a chief sa. two mullets arg. pierced gu. 

NicoU Gentill, Y, Sir Nicholas Gentyle, L. 

Monsire Goenill, Y. 
Or on a chief sa. two pierced mullets arg. Sir 

Nicholas Gentill, L: Sussex; temp. Ed. I, V. 
Or on a chief sa. two six-pointed mullets arg. 

pierced gu. Gentill, co. Lancaster. Gentux 

or Gentle. 
Or on a chief sa. two mullets of the first pierced 

gu. Gentill, Sussex. 
Or fretty sa. on a chief of the second two mullets 

arg. pierced vert. Amand. Sir Oliver de St. 

Amande or St. Amaund, L. 
Vair on a chief gu. two mullets arg. Lefitz. 

Fitz-Bernaed. 
Vair on a chief gu. two mullets arg. pierced sa. 

Fitz-Barnaed. 
Vair on a chief gu. two mullets or. FitzBarnaed, 

Kent. Sir Thomas le Fiz Barnaed, N. Sir 

Thomas Fitz-Baenaed, Kent; temp. Edward 

Vair on a chief gu. two pierced mullets or. 
Baenard. Rauf Fitz-Baenaed, X. John 
Fitz-Beenaed, X. 

Vair on a chief gu. two mullets or pierced vert. 
John Fitz-Baenaed, Y. 

Vair on a chief gu. two six-pointed mullets or. 
Fitz. 

Vair on a chief gu. two six-pointed pierced mul- 
lets or. Sr. Raufe le Fitz-Barnard, V. 

Vair on a chief or two pierced mullets gu. Bene- 
dictine Abbey at Tavistock, V. 

Vairy az. and or on a chief of the second two 
(sometimes pierced) mullets gu. Benedictine 
Abbey at Tavistock, Devon. 

Vert on a chief gu. two mullets arg. Fitz- 
Barnaed, Holcomh Burnell, co. Devon. 

Vert on a chief or two mullets gu. Baenard, 
Kent. 

Arg. on a chief az. three mullets .... Murray, 
England. 

Arg. on a chief az. three mullets or. Monsire 
John Clinton, Earl of Huntingdon {in error 
for William de or le Clinton), Y. 

Arg. on a chief az. three pierced mullets or. 
Dymocke, Devon. 

Arg. on a chief gu. three mullets of the first. 
Eveeahd. The mullets pierced. Edmond 
EvERARD, X. Sr. Esmond de Everaed, V. 



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On a CHIEF cont. 
Mallets cont. 
Arg. on a chief gu. three mullets and alabel of the 

first. Bracy. 
Arg. on a chief indented, gu. three mullets or. 

Bassett, CO. Gloucester. St. John, V*. 
Arg. fretty sa. on a chief gu. three mullets or. 

Huntingdon, Winchley Hall, Essex. 
Arg. on a chief indented gu. three pierced mul- 
lets or. Saint John, V. 
Arg. on a chief sa. three pierced mullets of the 

first. Gawen. Reynolds, Belsted, Suffolk. 
Arg. on a chief indented sa. three mullets of the 

first. Beauchamp. Beuchamp, V. Beucuampe, 

V*. 
Arg. on a chief sa. three pierced eight-pointed 

mullets of the first. Salmon, Ireland. 
Arg, fretty sa. on a chief of the second three 

mullets or. Huntingdon, V*. 
Arg. on a chief indented sa. three mullets or. 

Hoe or Hoo. 
Arg. on a chief indented sa. three mullets or 

pierced gu. Hoe or Hoo. Sir John Hoo, V. 
Arg. on a chief sa. three pierced mullets or. 

Eveeond. 
Arg. on a chief sa. three six-pointed mullets or. 

Evershead, Evershead, Surrey; confirmed 

8 April 1 096. 
Arg. fretty sa. on a chief per fess of the second 

and gu. three mullets in the upper part or. 

Sr. de Huntingdon, V. 
Az. on a chief arg. three six-pointed mullets of the 

first. M'Innes. And with a rose in the centre 

for diff. arg. M'Innes. 
Az. on a chief arg. three mullets gu. Coxan or 

COXEN. 

Az. on a chief indented arg. three mullets sa. 
Payne. 

Az. on a chief gu. three mullets or. Webb, 
London. 

Az. on a chief indented or three mullets gu. 
Sr. Ed. More Malephant, Harl. MS., 1141, 
i.€., Mellefont, oo. Louth ; Baronies, 1616 and 
1801, Viscounty 1621, Earl of Drogheda, lOfll, 
Marquis 1791; descended like the extinct 
house of Charleville and Moore, Ross Car- 
berry, CO. Cork; Baronetcy I6bl ; from Moor 
or More, Moore Place, Kent. Noor, Kent. 

Az. on a chief indented or three pierced mullets 
gu. MooRE, Marquess of Drogheda. Moore, 
Ballyhale, co. Kilkenny ; Moorfield, co. Kil- 
dare; TuUyhallen, co. Louth ; and Tara House, 
CO. Mealh. Moore or More, Kent. Moore, 
Kersent, co. Berks; Bartcy. 4 March 1766-79. 

Barry of four arg. and gu. on a chief as the second 
thiee muUetslikethefirst. Canton, co. Leicester. 

Barry of four gu. and or on a chief arg. three 
pierced mullets az. Peneway or Pen way. 

Barry of six arg. and az. on a chief gu. three 
pierced mullets or. Talworth. 

Barry of six az. and arg. on a chief as the last 
three mullets like the first. Mather, England. 

Chequy arg. and az. on a chief gu. three mullets 
or. LoNY, CO, Lincoln. 

Chequy (arg. and gu. F*) gu. and arg. on a chief 
silver three mullets sa. Pernell, V. 

Chequy or and gu. on a chief of the second three 
mullets as the first. Mounsey. 

Erm. on a chief az. three mullets arg. Douglas, 
% Pompherston. 

Erm. on a chief az. three mullets or. 
Hastinge, V*. Sr. Robert Hastinges, Kent, 
tenip. JCdward I. V. 



On a CHIEF cont. 
Mullets cont. 
Erm. on a chief gu. three mullets arg. Esmonde, 

Ballynastra, co. Wexford ; Baronetcy 1628. 

Esmond Everaed, V. Fitsimon, Ireland. 
Erm. on a chief gu. three mullets or. 

St. John, F». 
Erm. on a chief indented gu. three mullets or. 

John (the eldest son of) Basset, Z; N. But 

three rowels or. Auncell Bassett, X. 
Erm. on a chief gu. three six-pointed mullets or. 

Richard de Hautot, J^. 
Erm. on a chief dancetty gu. three six-pointed 

mullets or. Auncel Basset, F. The mullets 

pierced. Auncel Bassett, E. 
Gu. on a chief arg. three mullets sa. Power, V. 

And with an annulet on the chief line for diff. 

....John Power, Whitchurch, co. Bucking- 
ham, F. But with a crescent for diff. or. Robert 

Power, Bersham, or Boresham, co. Denbigh, 

heir of Masculus Henry Power, Viscount Va- 

lenlia 1 March 1620, extinct 25 May 1642. 
Gu. on a chief dancetty arg. three mullets sa. 

More, F*. 
Gu. on a chief indented arg. three mullets sa. 

MooRE, Grantham, co. Lincoln; granted 1635. 
Gu. on a chief arg. three pierced mullets sa. 

Francis Bacon, Baron Verulam 1618 ; Viscount 

St. Albans, 1621-6 ; at the Charterhouse 1619. 
Gu. on a chief arg. three pierced mullets sa. on 

the chief line an annulet for diff. .... Power. 
Gu. on a chief dancetty arg. three pierced mullets 

sa. PooRE ; Harl. MS. 1441. 
Gu. fretty or on a chief arg. three pierced mullets 

sa. Sr. Thomas Foulshurst, co. Chester, F. 
Gu. on a chief indented sa. three mullets arg. 

Lovelace. 
Or on a chief embattled sa. three mullets arg. 

Amy. 
Or fretty sa. on a chief of the second three mullets 

arg. Sir Olyver de Seint Amand,W. St. Amond, 

CO, Gloucester, 
Or on a chief sa. three pierced mullets arg. Sire 

Nicholas Gentil, N. 
Or on a chief sa. three mullets of the first. 

O'Gann, Harl. MS. 1441. (? O'Hogan.) Wogan. 
Or on a chief embattled sa. three mullets of the 

first. Amyatt, Southampton. 
Or fretty gu. on a chief of the last three mullets 

as the first. Fulthurst, co. Chester. 
Paly of six arg. and az. on a chief or three mullets 

gu. Chemell 
Paly of six arg. and gu. on a chief az. three mul- 
lets of the first. Goodison. 
Per pale gu. and az. on a chief arg. three mullets 

sa. Power, Stanton, co. Wilts. Power, F*. 

Power, Harl. MS. 1404, fo. 84. 
Per pale gu. and az. on a chief arg. three pierced 

mullets sa. Power, F. 
Sa. on a chief dancetty arg. three mullets of the 

first. Coppendale, Middlesex, 
Sa. on a chief arg. three pierced mullets of the 

first. Reginales or Reygnales. Reygnolds, 

Belsted, Suffolk; 1584; Uarl. ilfS. 1-359, fo. 118. 
Sa. on a chief or three mullets of the first. 

O'Gann, Harl. MS. 1441. (? O'Hogan.) Wogan. 
Vairy arg. and wa. on a chief or three mullets of 

the second. Bavyon, TF. Benyon, Esmondum, 

Sussex. And with a canton az. Benyon, co. 

Salop. 
Vairy arg. and sa. on a chief or three pierced 

mullets of the second. Benyon, Gidea Hall, 

Essex ; in church at Margarettiug. 



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On a CHIEF cont. 
Mallets cont. 

Vert on a cbief arg. three pierced mallets gu. 
Benyon, Geddy Hall, Essex. 

Vert on a chief or three mullets sa. Heath, 
Fordall, co. Warwick. 

Or on a chief sa, five mullets arg. Russell. 

Or on a chief vert five mullets arg. Chaucombe. 

Erm. on a chief gu. six mullets arg. Eveeaed. 
Palet 

Barry daucetty of six sa. and arg. on a chief dan- 
cetty as the second a palet erm. Endeebie. 

Barry of three az. and or per pale counterchanged 
on a chief per pale a palet betw. two based 
esquires transmuted over all an escucheon arg. 
MoRTyMER, Harl. MS. 807, fo. 106. 

Barry of four or and az. per pale counter- 
changed on a chief per pale a palet betw. 
two based esquires transmuted over all an 
escutcheon arg. "This is the true com- 
pounded coate of MoRTYMER as I have seene it 
in a very owld glase wyndowe in the parishe 
church of Hagley in Worcestershire, 1599, 
per Yorke H" (Brooke) ; Harl. MS. 807, fo. 100. 
But Hagley, seal, MS. note by Vincent, Errors 
692, cited by Nash, Worcestershire, i, 489. 

Barry of four or and gu. (probably meant for barry 
of four gu. and or per pale counterchanged) on 
a chief per pale a palet betw. two based 
esquires transmuted over all an escucheon 
gold. Sr. de Hageley, V, Harl. MS. 1392 
and 1459: and Sr. de Hageley or Hagley; 
Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10. 

Barry of five or and sa. on a chief as the second 
a palet (sometimes called a billet) betw. two 
based esquires like the first over all on an escu- 
cheon (? gu.) a fess and chief erm. Butler. 

Barry of six gu. and or per pale counterchanged 
on a chief per pale a palet betw. two based 
esquires transmuted over all an escucheon arg. 
Hageley, V*. 

Barry of six or and az. on a chief as the first a 
pale betw. two based esquires like the second 
over all an escucheon erm. Mortimer, as 
quartered by Arthur Plantagenet, Harl. MS. 
6172, fo. 31 b. 

Barry of six or and az. per pale counterchanged 
on a chief per pale a palet betw. two based 
esquires transmuted over all an escucheon arg. 
Gaenault. 

Barry of seven az. and arg. on a chief as the second 
a palet betw. two gyrons (sometimes called 
piles ) like the first over all on an escucheon gu. a 
cross croslet fitchy arg. Benedictine Abbey at 
WiNCHCOMBE or WiNCHELCOMB, CO. Gloucester. 

Barry of four gu. and arg. on a chief as the second 
a palet like the first charged with a boar's head 
couped silver. Pakenham. 

Falets 

The blasons of the following coats in the rolls B, 
C, H, K, N, and announce barry simply ; they 
are here given as barry of seven, and corners 
gyronny are translated based esquires, in ac- 
cordance with seals, glass, etc. 

Arg. on a chief erm. two palets wavy gu. 

Salkwelt.. 
Arg. on a chief or two palets wavy gu. Salivell 

or Salyvill. Sallyvell, Harl. MS. 1404, 

fo. 102. Sallywell, V. 
Barry of four arg. and sa. on a chief as the second 

two palets like the first. Churchman. And 

with an escallop in the base point silver. John 



On a CHIEF cont. 

Palets cont. 
Churchman, London, 1386; Harl. MS. 1349, 
fo. 57. 

Barry of four az. and arg. on a chief as the second 
two palets like the first over all on an escucheon 
or two bars sa. Brecke. 

Barry of four gu. and arg. on a chief as the 
second two palets like the first on a quarter sa. 
aboar'sheadcoupedfesswise silver. Pakeman,F. 

Barry of four sa. and arg. on a chief as the second 
two palets like the first. Chlrchman, V; and 
Harl. MS. 1404, fo. 104. Chirchman or 
Churchman, co. Salop. Churchman, London. 
Kirkman. 

Barry of four sa. and or on a chief as the second 
two palets like the first over all an escucheon 
gu. Beverley. 

Barry of five sa. and or on a chief as the second 
two palets like the first over all on an escucheon 
gu, (two Harl. MS. 1241 fo. 109 ) three bars 
erm. Burley; seal, 1386. 

Barry of six az, and or on a chief as the second 
two palets like the first over all on an escucheon 
or a fess gu, Mortimer, Harl. MS. 1404 
fo. 121. 

Barry of six az. and or per pale counterchanged 
on a chief per pale of the second and first two 
palets transmuted over all an escucheon arg. 
Henry de Haggeley. seal, 1411, Nash, Worces- 
tershire, i. 489 ; but see 503. 

Barry of six or and az. on a chief as the second 
two palets like the first. Mortimer, Auchen- 
body, Scotland. 

Barry of six or and sa. on a chief as the second two 
palets like the first over all an escucheon barry 
of six .... and gu. Burley, Harl. MS. 
1407 fo. 42 b. 

Barry of six aa. and or on a chief as the second 
two palets like the first over all an escucheon 
barry of six erm. and gu. Sr, Symond 
Beuerley, Davellers; Cotton MS. Tiberius D 
10. Burley, Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10 ; and 
Harl. MS. 1396, fo. 55. The escucheon barry 
of six gu. and erm. Burley, co. Salop. The 
escucheon barry of seven arg. and gu. Sr. 
John de Burley, K.G., seal, 1378-9 ; ob. 1383, 
brother of Sr. Simon de Burley, K.G., ob. 
1388, and father of Sr. Richard de Burley, 
K.G., ob. 1387; Harl. MS. 1424, fo. 100. 

Barry of six sa. and or on a chief as the second 
two palets (sometimes called billets) like the 
first over all on an escucheon gu. three bars 
erm. (for Hussay, Gwillim). Sr. Simon 
Beurley, Davillers, F» Beueeley, V*. 
Borley. Burley, V. The escucheon gu. 
simply. Beverley, Harl. MS. 1407, fo. 43. 
Bewlet. 

Barry of seven or and sa. on a chief gu. two palets 
erm. Burley, Harl. MS. 1404, fo. 104. 

Barry of seven sa. and or on a chief as the se- 
cond two palels (sometimes called pellets) like 
the first over all on an escucheon erm. two bars 
gu. Burley. The escucheon gu. two bars 
erm. Burleighe; Harl. MS. 5803, fo. 09. 
The escucheon gu. three bars erm. Bueij;y. 

Barry of five az. and or on a chief as the first 
two palets betw. so many based esquires 
like the second over all an escucheon arg. 
Blanckfront. The escucheon arg. three nails. 
in pile sa. Robert Mortimer; quartering arg. 
a foss sa. betw. three crescents gu. ; Cotton MS. 
Tiberius D 10. 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



585 



On a CHIEF cont. 

Falets cont. 

Barry of five gu. and or on a chief as the first 

two palets betw. so many based esquires like 

the second over all an escucbeon or. Hogeley. 

Barry of five sa. and or on a chief as the first 

two palets (sometimes called plates) betw. so 

many based esquires like the second over all 

an escucbeon barry of six gu. and erm. 

BUTTELER. 

Barry of six arg. and az. on a chief as the first 
two palets (sometimes called pellets) betw. so 
many based esquires like the second over all 
an escucbeon arg. Mortimer. 

Barry of six az. and or on a chief as the first two 
palets (sometimes called pellets) betw. so many 
based esquires like the second over all an 
escucbeon arg. Mortimer, Chelmarsh or Kel- 
marsh, co. Salop. Sir Roger Mortymeb.K", Harl. 
MS. 6589, fo. 60 b. The escucbeon arg. a lion 
ramp. purp. Sir Roger de Mortimer le fitz, 
L,Harl. MS. 4033. The escucbeon erm. simply. 
Sir Roger Mortimer, £■; Harl. MS. 6589; or 
de MoRTYMBR, J. The escucbeon or a fess gu. 
MoRTYMER, Harl. MS. 1404, fo. 110. 

Barry of six az. and or per pale counterchanged 
on a chief as the first (but probably per pale) 
two palets betw. so many based esquires like 
the second (but probably transmuted) over all 
an escucbeon arg. Haoley, Nash, Worces- 
tershire,i,503. Sr. de Perteney, W; and Cotton 
MS. Tiberius D 10. Pertney, V*. Sr. Renaut 
de Prisigne, France, Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10. 

Barry of six gu. and or on a chief as the first 
two palets betw. so many based esquires 
like the second over all an escucbeon arg. 
Mortimer, Chelmarsh or Kelmarsh, co. Salop. 
Sr. Hugh Mortimer, co. Hereford, Cotton MS. 
Tiberius D 10. 

Barry of six or and az. on a chief as the first 
two palets betw. so many based esquires like 
the second over all an escucbeon arg, Emoun 
(father of Roger it) de Mortemer, G. Sir 
Roger (son of Edmund i) de Mortemer, J. 
M. Roger (n) de Mortimer, D. Mortimer, 
Earl of March, Z, 223, 393, 417, 449, 452, 465; 
quartering l)e Burgh, 226, 227, 385, 386, 465. 
Roger Mortymer, P. Roger de Mortymeb, Y. 
The escucbeon arg. a lion ramp. purp. Sir 
Roger Mortimer, co. Hereford, i^, HorZ. MS. 
1068. The escucbeon arg. a saltire gu. Sir 
John de Mortimer, co. Hereford, N ; Harl. MS. 
1068. The escucbeon erm. simply. Roger 
(brother of Edmund i) de Mortemer, G, and 
(seal) Cotton. ilfS. Tiberius D 10. The escucbeon 
voided (in error) erm. Roger de Mortimer, 
K,Harl. ilfS. 1068, fol. 4 b. 

Barry of six or and az. on a chief per pale as the 
first and second two palets betw. so many based 
esquires transmuted over all an escucbeon arg. 
Hagley. 

Barry of six or and gu. on a chief as the first two 
palets betw. so many based esquires like the 
second over all an escucbeon arg. Mortimer, 
Chelmarsh or Kelmarsh, co. Salop. Sir Henry 
de Mortimer, CO. Hereford, N; Harl.MS. 1068, 
fo. 48. Hugh Mortymer, Y. Sire Hugh 
Mortymer, 0. Sire Hugh de Mortymer, 0. 

Barry of six or and sa. on a chief as the first 
two palets betw. so many based esquires like 
the second over all an escucbeon erm. two bars 
Sir Edward Edefyn, Cotton MS. Tibe- 
rius D 10. Edefyn, V. Sir Edward Edfyn, 



On a CHIEF cent. 
Palets cont. 
V. The escucbeon harry of six erm. and sa. 
Edefyn or Edfyn, V*. 

Barry of seven az. and arg. on a chief as the first 
two palets betw. so many based esquires like 
the second over all on an escucbeon (arg. a 
cross croslet fitohy gu., U, and Cotton MS. Ti- 
berius D 10, fo. 855, but) gu. a cross croslet 
fitchy arg. Benedictine Abbey at Winchcombe 
orWiNCHELCoMB, CO. Gloucester J Reyner, Apost. 
Bened.,i, 214. 

Barry of seven az. and or on a chief as the first 
two palets betw. so many based esquires like 
the second over all an escucbeon arg. Roger 
(n) de Mortimer, B. Sire Roger (m) de 
Mortimer, N, Earl of March 1328, ob. 1330. 
Roger (v) Le C. de la Marche et de Ulster 
(1381-98) quartering Burgh, S. Sr. Roger 
Mortimer, Earl of the March of Wales, V (but 
not in Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10). Mortimer, 
lord of Wigmore, seals and glass. Roger (ii) 
de Mortimer, E ; or Mortymer, C ; E, Harl. 
MS. 6589. And with over all a hendlet gu. 
William (sor^ of Roger ii) de Mortimer, £?. 
But over all a saltire gu. Gefray (son of Roger 
n) de Mortimer, E; attributed to Geffry (son 
of Roger m) de Mortimer, Lord of Conach 
and the Isle, Harl. MS. 807, fo. 108. 

Bfirry of seven az. and or on a chief as the first 
two palets betw. so many based esquires like 
the second over all on an escucbeon arg. a lion 
ramp. purp. Sire Roger Mortimer or de 
Mortymer, co. Hereford, N. The escucbeon 
arg. six billets sa. Henry de Mortimer, F. 
The escucbeon arg. three nails in pile sa. Ro- 
bert Mortimer, V. The escucbeon arg. a 
saltire gu. Sire Johan de Mortimer, N, or de 
Mortymer, co. Hereford, N. The escucbeon 
erm. simply. Roger de Mortimer, E; pro- 
bably Sr. Roger de Mortymer, H; the Sire 
Roger de Mortimer le oncle, (Chirke, son of 
Roger II, and living 1299-1336), ^. Roger de 
Mortymer ; K, Harl. MS. 6589. The escucbeon 
or simply. Roger de Mortemer, F. 

Barry of seven az. and or per pale counterchanged 
on a chief per pale two palets betw. so many 
based esquires transmuted over all an escu- 
cbeon arg. PoBTENfiY, Harl. MS. 1386, fo. 66. 

Barry of seven gu. and or on a chief as the first 
two palets betw. so many based esquires like 
the second over all an escucbeon arg. John de 
Mortimer, E. Sire Henri de Mortimer or 
de Mortymer, co. Hereford, N. Sir Hugh 
Moetymer, CO. Hereford, V. 

Barry of seven sa. and or on a chief as the first 
two palets betw. so many based esquires like 
the second over all an escucbeon arg. Rafe 
de Mortimer, F. The escucbeon arg. six bil- 
lets sa. Richard De Bois, F. The escucbeon 
erm. simply. RicbardDuBoiSE,E; butDuBORSE 
altered to De Borley, E, Harl. MS. 6137. The 
escucbeon arg. a fess and demi-lion ramp, 
issuant .... (? Mortimer) glass in chapel at 
Nash, CO. Salop, Add. MS. 21022, fo. 67, 

Barry of eight az. and or on a chief as the first 
two palets betw. so many based esquires 
like the second over all an escucbeon arg. 
Mortimer. 

Bendy of seven az. and or on a chief as the first 
two palets betw. so many based esquires like 
the second over all an escucbeon arg. Sr. 
Reinold Presmarch, I, Harl. MS. 6589. 

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586 



AN ORDINARY OF 



On a CHIEF cont. 
Palets cont. 

Barry of six arg. and az. on a chief as the second 
two palets (sometimes called pellets) betw. so 
many gyrons like the first over all on an escu- 
cbeon arg. a cross gu. Benedictine Abbey at 
WiNCHCOMBE or WiNCHELCOMB, CO. Gloucester. 

Barry of six az. and or on a chief as the second 
two palets (sometimes called pellets) betw. so 
many gyrons like the first over all an escucheon 
arg. Mortimer. The escucheon erm. Roger de 
Mortimer, U. 

Barry of six or and az. on a chief as the second 
two palets betw. so many gyrons like the first. 
Town of Radnor. And with over all on an 
escucheon arg. a lion ramp. purp. Sir Roger 
de Mortimer or Mortymer, L ; Harl. MS. 
6589, fo. 30. 

Barry of six sa. and or on a chief as the second 
two palets betw. so many gyrons like the first 
over all on an escucheon gu. three bars arg. 
Symon Burlay, X. 

Barry of seven az. and or on a chief as the second 
two palets betw. so many gyrons like the first 
over all an escucheon erm. Roger de Mortymer, 
K, Harl. MS. 6589, fo. 49 b. 

Barry of six or and az. on a chief as the second 
two palets betw. so many piles like the first 
over all an escucheon erm. Mortymer. 

Arg. on a chief gu. three palets erm. Walton, 
Chacklack Hall, co. Durham. 

Arg. on a chief gu. three palets or. Keith, Ba- 
rony 1380, Earl Marischal 1455. Keith, Baron 
Dingwall 1584-9, quartering gu. a lion ramp, 
arg. Keith, Ravenscraig, quartering Ran- 
dolph. Kethe. 

Az. on a chief or three palets gu. Keith, Pow- 
bum ; Baronetcy 1663. 

Barry of five or and gu. on a chief as the first 
three palets like the second over all an escu- 
cheon erm. William Norton, London ; granted 
(after he was dead) 1593-4 ; " he and his issue 
relinquished it," Harl. MS. 1453, fo. 89. 

Barry of four or and gu. on a chief as the first 
three palets betw. two based esquires like the 
second over all an escucheon or. Hogeley. 

Barry of five az. and or on a chief as the first 
three palets betw. two based esquires like the 
second over all an escucheon arg. Mortimer. 

Barry of six az. and arg. on a chief as the first 
three palets betw. two based esquires like the 
second over all on an escucheon arg. a cross 
croslet fitchy gu. Benedictine Abbey at 
Wynchecombe, CO. Gloucester. 

Barry of six az. and or on a chief as the first 
three palets betw. two based esquires like 
the second over all an escucheon arg. Sir 
Roger de Mortimer, N; Harl. MS. 4033. The 
escucheon erm. Sir Roger de Mortimer le 
oncle, N, Harl. MS. 4033. The escucheon 
voided (m error) erm. Roger Mortimer, K, 
Harl. MS. 4033, fo. 67 b. 

Barry of six gu. and or on a chief as the first 
three palets (sometimes called plates) betw. 
two based esquires like the second over all an 
escucheon arg. Crecy. 

Barry of six or and az. on a chief as the first 
three palets betw. two based esquires like the 
second over all an escucheon arg. Mortimer, 
Earl of March, Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10; S. 
Mortimer, Chirke (in error). Mortimer, 
Wigmore; Harl MS. 1407. Sir Roger de 
Mortimer, N ; Harl. MS. 6137. Mortymer, 



On a CHIEF cont. 

Palets cont. 
Earl of March, Harl. MS. 1404, and Leigh, 
Accedence. Pritchard, Campstone, co. Mon- 
mouth. And with over all a bend gu. Mortimer, 
Richard's Castle, co. Hereford. 

Barry of six or and az. on a chief as the first 
three palets betw. two based esquires like the 
second over all on an escucheon arg. a lion 
ramp, purp. Sir Roger Mortimer, co. Here- 
ford, N ; Harl. MS. 6137. The escucheon arg; 
a saltire gn. Sir John de Mortimer, co. Here- 
ford, N; Harl. MS. 6137 ; but the saltire engr. 
Harl. MS. 1386. The escucheon erm. simply. 
Mortimer, Penkelley, Harl. MS. 1407. Sir 
Roger de Mortimer le oncle, N, Harl. MS. 
6137. Edmundus de Mortuom ari, 1 299, Harl. 
MS. 6137. Roger Mortimer, third Earl of 
March, Baron of Wigmore, Lord of Ulster, 
Trim, and Connaught, impaling Montagu, in 
church at Wigmore, Harl. MS. 6172, fo. 31. 
Mortymer, Harl. MS. 1404, fo. 110 and 121. 

Barry of six or and gu. on a chief as the first 
three palets betw. two based esquires like the 
second over all an escucheon arg. Sir Henry 
de Mortimer, co. Hereford, N; Harl. MS. 6137. 
Mortimer, Chelmarsh or Kelmarsh. Mortymer, 
Norfolk. The escucheon arg. a lion ramp, 
purp. Sir Roger de Mortimer, le fitz, L ; Harl. 
MS. 6137. The escucheon erm. simply. Roger 
de Mortimer, K ; HarL MS'. 6137, fo. 39. 

Barry of six sa. and arg. on a chief as the first 
three palets betw. two based esquires like the 
second over all an escucheon arg. Ikborouoh. 

Barry of seven az. and or on a chief as the first 
three palets betw. two based esquires like the 
second over all an escucheon arg. Mortimer. 

Barry of eight or and az. on a chief as the first 
three palets betw. two based esquires like the 
second over all an escucheon arg. Mortymer, 
CO. Worcester; Harl. MS. 1404, fo. 110. 

Bendy of eight az. and or on a chief as the first 
three palets betw. two based esquires like the 
second over all an escucheon arg. Sire Re- 
nolde de Preshmarsh, I, Harl. MS. 6137. 

Chequy arg. and az. on a chief of the first three 
palets gu. Lawne. 

Or on a chief erm. three palets gu. Meldert. 

Per fess gu. and erm. on a chief of the second 
three palets as the first. Malyhs, Harl. MS. 
1404, fo. 103. 

Vert on a chief arg. three palets gu. Chttn. 

Barry of six or and az. on a chief as the second 
four palets betw. two girons like the first over 
all an escucheon arg. Mortymer, co. Wor- 
cester; and Stockley, CO. Wilts. 

Erm. on a chief sa. four palets or. Becktott. 

Barry of six sa. and or on a chief as the second 
so many palets and over all an escucheon like 
the first. Beverley. 

Barry of seven or and sa. on a chief as the second 
six palets and over all an escucheon like the 
first. Beverley, Harl. MS. 1404, fo. 122 b. 
Fheons 

Arg.on achief vert three pheonsor. CR0MPT0N,Staf- 
ford Priory, Stone Abbey, and Hilcot,co.Stafi'ord; 
and Bache Hall, co. Chester; granted 1580. 

Barry wavy of six gu. and or on achief as the last 
threepheonsaz.amulletfordiff.. . . . Blachford 
or Blackford, co. Dorset ; and London. 

Barry wavy of six or and gu. on a chief az. three 
pheons as the first. Blackford, Lord Mayor 
of London 1750. 



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687 



On a CHIEF cont. 
Pheons cont. 

Or on a chief vert three pheons of the first. 
Thomas Crompton, M.D., London; granted 
1595, W^. But broad-arrow heads. Ceompxon, 
Stone Priory, co. Stafford ; Erdeswick. 

Vert on a chief embattled or three pheons of the 
first. Crompton, London. 
FUe 

Barry of five or and sa. on a chief as the first a 
pile charged with a billet gold betw. two can- 
tons like the second over all an escucheon 
harry of four erm. and .... Butler. 

Barry of six az. and or on a chief of the second 
a Roman pile hetw. a gyronny of two pieces 
like the first over all an escucheon erm. 

MORTYMEE. 

Barry of six or and az. on a chief as the second 
a pile like the first charged with three palets 
transmuted over all an escucheon erg. Gabb, 
Shire Newton, co. Monmouth, quartering arg. 
two chev. sa. 
Files 

Arg. on a chief sa. three piles of the first a mul- 
let for diff. as the second. Copingdale, co. 
York (in error). 

Lozedgy arg. and sa. on a chief az. three piles 
or. Stacker. 

Or on a chief sa. three piles arg. each charged 
with a bezant. Cloliver. 
FortcuUises 

Erm. on a chief az. three portcullises lined and 
ringed or. Snappe, Stanlake, co. Oxford. 
Quivers 

Chequy arg. and sa. on a chief or three quivers 
gu. banded of the third each holding five ar- 
rows as the first. John Coldwell, Bishop of 
Salisbury 1591-6. 

Beptile 
Arg. on a chief engr. az. a tortoise pass. or. 
BiDGOOD, Exeter, Devon ; granted 1690. And 
with a canton erm. Stone afterwards Bidqood, 
Rockbeare Court, Devon. 

Soandle .... (Bezant) 

Paly of six arg. and az. on a chief gu. a bezant 
betw. two annulets or. Ddnnington. 

Erm. on a chief gu. a bezant betw. two billets or. 
Wathes afterwards Watts, Blakesley, co. 
Northampton ; granted 1615. 

Erminois on a chief indented gu. a gold medal 
pendent from a ribbon of the last fimbriated 
az. betw. two crescents arg. beneath it the word 
♦Orthes' a canton erm. charged with the in- 
signia of the Tower and Sword pendent from a 
ribbon. Harvey. 

Arg. on a chief gu. a bezant betw. two stag's 
heads cabossed or. Popham, Linton, Devon ; 
granted 1620. 

Arg. on a chief dancetty gu. a bezant betw. two 
lion's heads cabossed or. Buckby or Buckley. 
(Flate) 

Arg. on a chief indented sa. a plate betw. two 
bezants. Bant. 

Paly of six or and gu. on a chief sa. a plate. 
Schelley. 

Boondles. . . . (Harts) 
Gu. on a chief erm. two hurts. Walmesley, 
Dunkenhalgh ; the heiress m. Petre ; ShoUey 
or Sholtey, quartering Mossocke ; Coldcoats 
Hall, quartering Grimshaw, Ferrers, and Tal- 
bot, the heiress m. Lloyd; and Westwood 
House, quartering Gerard ; all co. Lancaster. 



On a CHIEF cont. 
Boondles cont. (Ogresses) 

Barry of six arg. and az. on a chief as the first 
two ogresses (in error for palets) betw. so 
many based esquires like the second over all 
an escucheon arg. Mortimer. 

Barry of seven sa. and or on a chief as the second 
two ogresses (in error for palets) over all an 
escucheon harry of Fiix erm. and gu. Burley. 

Barry of six sa. and or on a chief as the second 
two ogresses (in error for palets) over all an 
escucheon gu. three bars erm. Boei-ey. 
(Flates) 

Or on a chief gu. two plates. Canes. 

Barry of five or and sa. on a chief as the second 
two plates betw. so many based esquires like 
the first over all an escucheon barry of six arg. 
and gu. Butler, Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 40 b. 

Barry of five sa. and or on a chief as the first 
two plates (in error for palets) betw. so many 
based esquires like the second over all an es- 
cucheon barry of six gu. and erm. Buttelee. 
(Bezants) 

Arg. on a chief az. three bezants. Richard 
Tunstall, Estbolton, P. 

Arg. on a chief indented az. three bezants. Sir 
Thomas Lathum, Q. Tonstall. 

Arg. on a chief gu. three bezants. Sir Ralf 
Camoyes, L, Earl. MS. 6148; or Camoys, L, 
Harl. MS. 6589. Creagh or Curaghe, Ireland. 
MoHRis.co.Gloucester. Rokelley or Rosselley. 
RosEBY, CO. York. Rosele, V*. Rosseley. 
Morris Rossell, Y. Sr. Maurice Russell, co. 
Gloucester, V. Morrice Russell, X. Russell, 
Kingston-Russell, co. Dorset; and Dirham, oo. 
Gloucester; Collinson, Somerset iii, 156-9. 
Russell, Powick Court, oo. Worcester, quarter- 
ingChetle. Russell, Durham ;&co. Gloucester. 

Arg. on a chief indented gu. three bezants. Dyke s, F. 

Arg. on a chief sa. three bezants. Halywell. Lea 
or Ley. Tamwoeth, co. Lincoln, Walton, V. 

Arg. on a chief dancetty sa. three bezants. John 
Walton, V. 

Arg. on a chief dancetty sa. three bezants. 
Roger Bavent, F. The chief indented. Bavent. 
Walter, Booking, Essex. Walton, V*. 

Barry wavy of six arg. and az. on a chief gu. 
three bezants. Astry; Collinson, Somerset, 
ii, 311. Astry, co. Lincoln ; and co. Hunting- 
don; descended (like Austeey, co. Bedford) 
from Sir Rauf (Austrey, V) Astrie Astry or 
OsTRicH,Lord Mayor of London 1493. Austrey, 
Haitington, co. Bedford; Sommerton, co. 
Huntingdon ; and co. York. Awstrey, V*. 

Erm. on a chief az. three bezants. Johnson, co. 
Hants. West. Weston. 

Erm. on a chief gu. three bezants. Dagworth. 
Oakeover, V*. Sr. Philip Okeover, co. Staf- 
ford, V. M. Philip de Oker, S. Orker, co. 
Dorset. Petnall. Russell, co. Gloucester. 

Erm. on a chief indented gu. three bezants. 
Petnall, Ireland. 

Erm. on a chief sa. three bezants, Weston. 

Erminois on a chief indented az. three bezaiits 
over aU a bendlet (dexter, sometimes) sinis- 
ter gu. Latham, Bradwell, co. Chester. 

Gu. on a chief arg. three bezants. Lay or Ley, 

Lozengy or and vert on a chief az. three bezants. 
YoNGE, CO. Berks. 

Or on a chief indented az. three bezants. Le 
Sire de Latham, Y. Thomas de Lathom, Y. 
Lathom, Irlam, co. Lancaster; sometimes 
adding a bend over all gu. 



688 



AN ORDINAEY OF 



On a CHIEF cont. 
Bonndles cont. (Bezants) cont. 

Or on a chief gu. three bezants. Sir Rafe Camoys, 
L,Harl. BIS. 6137, 6U8. Eedeheb. Rednoh 
RiDENER or RiDNER, Isle of Wight. 

Or fretty gu. on a chief of the second three be- 
zants. Sr. de Cammys, V. Camys, V*. 

Or fretty sa. on a chief of the second three be- 
zants. Chamberlay'n, Suffolk ; Norfolk ; and 
CO. Cambridge. Aumari de St. Amand, E ; or 
Almeri de St. Aumund, E, Harl. MS. C137 ; or 
Amery de St. Amand, G. Amand. Le Sire 
Seint'Amaund, Y. Sire Amaury de St. Amaund, 
J; K. Sire Amory de Seint Amand, 2^. Le 
Sr. de Seynt Amand, S. William St. Amaund, 
Y. Mousire de St. Amond, Y. Sr. Henry St. 
Amond, CO. Gloucester, V. St. Amand, co. 
Gloucester; Barony 1229. 

Or on a chief embattled sa. three bezants. Lee, 
Coldrey, co. Hants. 

Paly of six arg. and az. on a chief gu. three be- 
zants. DONINGTON or DONNINGTON. KiTSON. 

Paly of six arg. and az. ou a chief sa. three be- 
zants. MONTEFERANT, V. 

Paly of six or and gu. on a chief sa. three bezants. 

MOUNTNEY. 

Paly of six or and sa. on a chief gu. three bezants. 
Bi,ABLEYorBLACKHAiL, CO. Devon; pranked 1599. 

Paly of sii or and sa. on a chief of the last three 
bezants. Blackhall, co. Devon. 

Paly of six arg. and vert on a chief gu. three be- 
zants. DoNiNGTON or DoNYNGTON, CO. York. 

DONYNGTON, V. 

Paly of six or and sa. on a chief gu. three bezants. 

Blackall, W. 
Paly of six sa. and or on a chief of the first three 

bezants. BLACKLEB.London. Montforant, V*. 
Paly of six or and sa. on a chief of the second 

three bezants. Montforant, V. 
Paly or and sa. on a chief gu. three bezants. 

Blacexer. 

(Hurts) 

Barry of four az. and arg. on a chief of the second 

three hurts. Guston, V*. Whitlebury, co. 

Warwick. 
Barry of six az. and arg. on a chief of the second 

three hurts. Bassett, W. 
Paly of six arg. and gu. ou a chief or three hurts. 

Wryne, V*. 
Paly of six or and gu. on a chief of the first three 

hurts. Wryne. 

....(Ogresses) 
Az. fretty arg. on a chief of the second three 

ogresses. Delapine, Suffolk. 

(Plates) 

Arg. on a chief gu. three plates. Bluett. 

Camoys, Broadwater, Surrey; Barony J264. 

Sir Rafe Camoys, L, Harl. MS. 6589, fo. 30. 

Cannings. Russell. 
Arg. on a chief gu. three plates each charged with 

an ermine spot. Walton, Schacklockball, co. 

Durham. 
Arg, on a chief embattled gu. three plates. 

Leigh, Northcourt, Isle of Wight; the heiress 

m. Goldie, Lloyd, Archdeckne, Beckford, Stew- 
art, and Strachan. 
Arg. on a chief sa. three plates. Leigh. Ley, 

V*. Uriel, Cockermouth, Cumberland. 
Arg. fretty sa. on a chief of the second three 

plates. BoLLENS alias Stekeford, co. Lin- 
coln, V. BuLLEN, Stickford, co. Lincoln. 

Chamberlayn, CO. Cambridge. Chamberlayne. 

Steckford. Stockford, Harl. MS. 1404. 



On a CHIEF con{. 
Roundles cont. (Plates) cont. 
Arg. on a chief embattled sa. three plates. Leigh. 

Ley, Isle of Wight, V. 
Barry of six arg. and az. on a chief as the second 
three plates. Nicholas Erington, V. 

Barry of six or and gu. on a chief as the last 
three plates. Blandford, co. Dorset. 

Barry wavy of six arg. and az. on a chief gu. 
three plates. Austry or Ostrich, co. Here- 
ford. Henning, Poxwell, co. Dorset ; granted 
ICll. Henning, Wolveton, co. Dorset. 

Barry of six gu. and or on a chief as the first 
three plates (in error for palets) betw. two 
based esquires like the second over all an 
escucheon arg. Crecy. 

Barry wavy of six or and gu. on a chief as the 
second three plates with a mullet for diff. 
Blachford, London ; and co. Dorset ; granted 
1629. 

Erm. on a chief gu. three plates. Russell, co. 
Gloucester. 

Or on a chief az. three plates. Lathom, as 
quartered by Thomas Stanley, X. 

Or on a chief dancetty az. three plates. Lathom, 
quartered by Stanley; U; Z, 329. Lathum, 
CO. Lancaster, V. Lathum, temp. Edward IV, 
Harl. MS. 6137, fo. 44. Monsyer John 
Stanley, quartering arg. on a bend az. three 
buck's heads cabossed or ; T. 

Or on a chief indented az. three plates. Sir 
Thomas Latham or Lathum, Q. Lathom, 
Lathom, Parbold, and Allerton, co. Lancaster. 
Lathom, Irlam, co. Lancaster, Harl. MS. 1437. 
Lathum, V. And with a mullet in the centre 
for diff. Lathom, Moosborough, co. Lancaster. 

Or on a chief indented az. three plates over all 
a bendlet (dexter, sometimes) sinister gu. 
Lathom, Astbury, co. Chester. The (bend, V*) 
bendlet gu. Philip the son of Robert Lathum, 
V. But a baton sinister gu. Hugh, the son 
of Robert Lathum, V. 

Or on a chief gu. three plates. Blewet, Corn- 
wall. Blewet. Rauf de Camays, P. Camoies, 
F*. Rauf de Camois, B. Rafe de Camois, 
C De Camois, E. Camoye, V*. John de 
Camoyes, a. Sr. Rafe Camoys, L ; Harl. MS. 
6589 ; or de Camoys, N. Le Sr. de Camoys, S, 
or Camoyes, T. Le Sire Camoys, Y. Sr. John 
Camoys, Essex, V. Sire Rauf de Kameys, J. 
RiDVER, first Lord of Tiverton and Plumpton, 
and Lord of the Isle of Wight, V. 

Or on a chief gu. three plates the centre one 
charged with a fleur-de-lis. Hugh Camoys, 
seal, 1372. 

Or fretty sa. on a chief of the second three plates. 
Amand. Bollens or Bolleyn. 

Or on a chief embattled sa. three plates. Lea 
or Lee, co. Wilts. 

Or on a chief indented sa. three plates each 
charged with a cross croslet gu. Skerit, 
Buckland Monachorum, and Peter Tavey, co. 
Devon. 

(Torteanx) 

Az. on a chief arg. three torteaux each charged 
with a 5-foil or. Playce, Hanlaby, co. 
Durham. 

Az. fretty arg. on a chief of the second three tor- 
teaux. Delapound. Pound. 

Az. on a chief or three torteaux, Keith, Pow- 
burn ; Baronetcy 1663 {in error). 

Az. fretty arg. on a chief or three torteaux. Sir 
John Delatinde, Sussex, V. Pynde, V*. 



BRITISH AEMORIALS. 



680 



On a CHIEF cont. 

BoandloB cont. (Torteanx) cont. 

Az. on a chief dancetty or three torteaux. Steven 
deBoTONEB,^ ; or de Booton,^, Harl. MS. 6137. 

Barry of four gu. and arg. on a chief of the 
last three torteaux over all a bendlet sa. 
Teekingham, CO. Lincoln ; V. Walter de 
Tbikin&ham, CO. Lincoln, 1 347 , F. Trykingeam, 
Trykingham, V. 

Barry of six az. and arg. on a chief of the second 
three torteaux. Sr. Reginald Gbey, Ruthin, 
CO. Denbigh, V. 

Erm. on a chief arg. three torteaux. Bkovtne. 

Gu. on a chief arg. three torteaux. Wanton. 
Gilbert de Wawton, Y. 

Gu. on a chief or three torteaux. Hitcham. 
But with a crescent in the centre .... for diflf. 
Sir Robert Hicham; confirmed IGOi. 

Sa. on a chief arg. three torteaux. Walton. 
.... (Bezants) 

Arg. on a chief indented az. four bezants. Rich- 
ard Tunstall, Bolton, Y. 

Erm. on a chief az. five bezants. Weston, Sut- 
ton, Surrey. And with a martlet for diff. 
Weston, Norfolk ; and Surrey. 

Erm. on a chief gu. five bezants. Graont. 

Erm. on a chief az. seven bezants four and three. 

HOMYNOFORD, V. 

Paly of six gu. and or on a chief sa. ten bezants 
four two and four. Schesle Sohesley or 

SCHESSLEY, V. 

Rowels see Mallets 
Saltire 
Barry of four arg. and az. on a chief as the first 

a saltire gu. Nevill, impaling Usher, 1082. 
Barry wavy of six arg. and sa. on a chief gu. a 

saltire or. Wallington. Watlington. 
Gu. on a chief arg. a saltire az. Ennis. 
Lozengy az. and or on a chief arg. a saltire 
couped gu. charged with five bezants betw. two 
mullets of the last. Overton, V. 
Saltires 
Arg. on a chief az. two saltires or. St. Htt.t.ary. 
Or on a chief az. two saltires arg. St. Lis, F.* 
Semloys, V ; or Senloyb, Cotton MS. Tiberius 
D 10. 

Scythes 
Arg. on a chief sa. two scythe blades point to 
point (of the first, another) or. Lea or Ley, 
CO, Warwick. 
Or on a chief gu. three scythes erect arg. 
Sethington. 
Shackles 
Az. on a chief arg. three fetterlocks of the first. 
Pbotheb. 
Ship 
Az. on a chief arg. a galley sails furled and oars 

in action sa. flags gu. M'Gibbon, Scotland. 
Gyronny of eight sa. and or on a chief arg. a 
galley sailsfurled sa. flags gu. Aenett or Aenott. 
Staff 
Az. on a chief (daucetty, U) indented or a crosier 
on the dexter and a mitre on the sinister gu. 
Benedictine Abbey at Westsiinsteb. 
Staves 
Sa. on a chief arg. two crosiers .... Cistercian 
Abbey at Tame or Thame, co. Oxford. 
Son 
Erm. on a chief az. the sun in splendour. An- 
thony Watson, Bishop of Chichester 1596- 
1605 ; gTantedhyl.ee 1696, HarLMS. 1359,fo.l8. 
Erm.. on a chief (gu. in error for) az. a sun or. 
Watson, Surrey ; granted 1596. 



On ft CHI£F cout. 

« 

Sun cont. 
Erm. on a chief per pale az. aod or a sun in 
splendour on the dexter a cross patty on the 
sinister side gu. Bishopric of Raphoe, Harl. 
MS. 4040. 
Lozengy or and gu. on a chief sa. a sun in 
splendour. Abrahams. 
Sims 
Or on a chief embattled az. three suns in splen- 
dour. (Augmentation granted, 1663, to) 
Smithson or Smythson, Stanwick, co. York; 
Baronetcy 1660 ; quartering Wingate ; by ra. 
with Elizabeth Seymour, Baron Warkworth 
and Earl of Northumberland; the name and 
arras of Percy obtained 1750. Smythson, 
Tottenham, Middlesex ; quartering Smithson. 
Swords 
Gu. on a chief arg. two swords in saltire az. 

Braddyix. 
Paly of six arg. and az. on a chief sa. two swords 
in saltire as the first hilts or. Knife. 
Knyffe, V. 
Erm. on a chief gu. three cutlasses erect arg. 
hilts or. Hodgson, Framfield, Sussex ; grarited 
1628. 
Tree 
Paly of six ang. and gu. on a chief or a willow 
(or salix ) eradicated ppr. De Sa£is. 
Wheels 
Arg. on a chief az. two Catharine wheels of the 

first. Wheeler, Ludlow, co. Salop. 
Arg. on a chief az. two Catharine wheels or. 

Whelee. 
Arg. on a chief sa. two catliarine wheels or. 

Wheeler. 
Arg. on a chief az. three Catharine wheels or. 

Lepton, CO. York. Lexton. 
Barry of six arg. and gu. on a chief az. three 
Catharine wheels or. Iiaxton, co. York. 
Lepton, Rebeck, co. York. 
Barry of six erminois and gu.on a chief az. three 
Catharine wheels or. Lax, SLlbbs, co. Hertford. 
Wings 
Barry of six arg. and az. on a chief of the first 
three pair of wings conjoined gu. Fleming, 
CO. York, W. 
Wreath 
Paly of six or and gu. on a chief per pale as the 
second and az. in the first a chaplet in the 
sinister a demi-lion ramp. gold. Garland, 
CO. York. 
Paly of six or and gu. on a chief per pale as the se- 
cond and sa. in the first a chaplet ppr. in the 
sinister a demi-lion ramp, issuant arg. Garland, 
CO. Devon. 
Wreaths 
Az. on a chief arg. two wreaths gn. Monsire 

William Plaice, Y. 
Arg. on a chief gu. three ohaplets of roses ppr. 
Megatson or Meqgison, Whalton, Northum- 
berland ; and Ashford Ford, Middlesex. 
Az. on a chief arg. three cbaplets gu. John 

Cbessoneb, X. Sr. William Plays, V. 
Barry of six az. and arg. on a chief of the second 

three cbaplets of the first. Bassett. 
Or on a chief gu. three cbaplets of the first. 
MoBisoN or MoBRisoN, Cashiobury, co. Hert- 
ford ; Baronetcy 1611-28 ; the heiress m. Capel. 
Sr. Charles Morbyson, Middlesex; and Nor- 
folk, W. Morysine. 
Sa. on a chief arg. three cbaplets gu. Mulenbe. 
Sr. Thomas Moderby, V. 



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On a CHIEF .... with a Bordare 
BeaBt 

Az. on a chief or a demi-lion ramp, issuant gu. 
a bordure arg. Maekham, Coatham, co. Not- 
tingham ; and Becca Hall, co, York. Maekham, 
Sedgebrooke, co. Nottingham ; Baronetcy 1642- 
, 1779. 

Paly of four or and vert on a chief az. a lion 
pass. arg. all within a bordure erm. charged 
with seven hurts. Hammick, Cavendish Square, 
Middlesex ; Baronetcy 1834. 

Paly of six arg. and az. on a chief gu. a lion pass, 
guard, or a bordure erm. Blacewell, Sprous- 
ton Hall, Norfolk. 
Birds 

Vert on a chief az. three martlets or a bordure 
of the (second, another) third pelletty. Tolson, 
Bridekirke, Cumberland. 
Coronets 

Erm. on a chief indented gu. three ducal crowns 
or a bordure sa. Norton, V. 
Crescent 

Barry of four az. and arg. on a chief of the se- 
cond a crescent gu. betw. two hurts a bordure 
or. Whittlebuey. 

Per pale (indented, another) pily arg. and 
sa. on a chief gu. a crescent betw. two ermine 
spots or a bordure silver. Henderson, Gran ton. 
Crescents 

Arg. on a chief vert three crescents of the first 
a bordure engr. gu. Simpson, Haslehead. 
Cross 

Arg. on a chief vert a cross Tau or betw. two 
pierced mullets arg. a bordure gu. Drewry. 
Escallops 

Or on a chief sa. three escallops arg. a bordure 

. engr. az. Grimes, Bonchurch, Isle of Wight. 
Geimes, Coton House, co. Warwick. 

Or on a chief sa. three escallops as the field a 
bordure chequy like the second and first. 
Graham, Gartur, Scotland. 

Or on a chief sa. three escallops of the first a 
bordure quarterly gu. and as the second. 
Graham, Scotland. 
Estoiles 

Bendy of (six, another) ten .... and .... on a 
chief .... three fleurs-de-lis .... within a bor- 
dure .... cliarged with eight roundles .... 
John de Teilleck, Bishop of Hereford 1346-60. 

Erm. on a chief az. three stars arg. a bordure gu. 
Douglas, Cliftonhall, Scotland. 

Flowers 
Or on a chief dancetty sa. three roses of the first 
a bordure erm. Vickeis, Chew Magna, co. 
Somerset. 
5- Foils 
Sa. on a chief dancetty or two 5-foils gu. a bor- 
dure eriri. VicKARY, Bristol; and co. Warwick. 
Or on a chief dancetty sa. three 5-foiIs of the 
first a bordure erm. Viciuus, Chew Magna, 
CO. Somerset. 
Head 
Erm. on a chief gu. a stag's head erased or betw. 
. two mullets arg. a bordure of the second. 
Cochean, Aberdeen. 

Mallets 
Arg. on a chief az. two mullets or a bordure in- 
dented gu. Sire Gerard de Salveyn, 0. 
Arg. on a chief gu. two mullets or a bordure 
engr. sa. Sr. John St. John, Lageham, L ; or 
. Lagneham, CO. Wills, temp. Edward I, V. The 
mullets pierced vert, L ; Harl. MS. 6589. 



On a CHIEF with a Bordure cont. 

Mallets cont. 
Arg. on a chief gu. two mullets or a bordure in- 
dented sa. Sire Johan de Sein Johan, Lagne- 
ham, N. 
Arg. on a chief sa. two pierced mullets or a bor- 
dure engr. gu. Seliock. 
Gu. on a chief arg. two mullets sa. a bordure 
compony or and az. Cuesitoe's Inn, Lbndon. 
Gu. on a chief arg. two pierced mullets- sa. a bor- 
dure invecked of the second. Bacon. 
Arg. crusily fitchy sa. on a chief az. three mullets 
of the first a bordure compony gu. and as the 
third. Clinton. 
Arg. on a chief az. three mullets or a bordure 
engr. gu. Hillyee, co. Devon ; and co. Oxford. 
Gu. on a chief or three mullets of the first a 
bordure quarterly as the field and second. Bacon . 
Palets 
Barry of six arg. and az. on a chief as the first 
two palets (sometimes called pellets) betw. so. 
many based esquires like the second a bordure 
erm. over all an escucheon arg. Blanckfeont. 
Barry of six or and az. on a chief as the first two 
palets betw. so many based esquires like the 
second a bordure erm. over all an escucheon 
arg. Sr. de Blaunkefront, Cotton BIS. Tibe- 
rius D 10. But the field (apparently) barry of 
six or and gu. Sire Thomas Blaunfroun, 0. 
Barry of seven az. and or on a chief as the first 
two palets betw, so many based esquires like 
the second a bordure erm. over all an escucheon 
arg. Sr. de Blanchfront, V. 
Barry of six az. and or on a chief as the second 
two palets (sometimes called pellets) betw. so 
many girons like the first a bordure erm. over 
all an escucheon arg. Blanchfront. 
Arg. on a chief embattled gu. three palets or a 
bordure embattled of the second. Keith, 
Craig, Garvock, and Murraysfield. 
Fheons 
Barry wavy of six or and gu. on a chief az. three 
pheons as the first a bordiu'e wavy erm. 
Blachford, Ham, Surrey. 
Boundles .... (Ogresses) 
Barry of six arg. and az. on a chief as the first 
two ogresses (in error for palets) betw. so many 
based esquires like the second a bordure erm. 
over all an escucheon arg. Blanckfeont. 

(Plates) 

Or on a chief dancetty az, three plates that in 
the dexter chief charged with a mullet .... a 
bordure compony erm. and gu, Lathum, 
. Essex, V. 

Or on a chief indented az. three plates a bordure 
compony arg. and of the second. Latham, 
Papworth-Agnes, co. Cambridge ; and North. 
Okenham Essex. 
Or on a chief indented az. three plates each 
charged with a martlet sa. a bordure compony 
gu. and arg, Latham or Lathom. 
Or on a chief indented az. three plates each 
charged with a mullet .... a bordure compony 
gu, and erm. Lathum, V*. 
Wreaths 
Sa. on a chief arg. three chaplets gu. a bordure 

or. MODEEBY. 

CHILD see Human Figure 

CHIPPING (or Brick) AXE see Aze 

3 CHURNS 

Az. three butter-churns or, Reade, Wales., 
CLAW see Leg 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



591 



CLABICOED or CLABION see Best 
CLOCK 



Sa. a clock or. 



Company of Clockmakers. 
CLOSET see Bar 
CLOUD 



Gu. a cloud as a chief nebuly az. and arg. with 
thirteen rays alternately plain and wavy de- 
scending palewise or. Lesune, Hari. M/S. 4199. 

Gu. a cloud ppr. with nine rays alternately wavy 
and plain descending palewise or. Leeson, 
quartering Stotesbury, Harl. MS. 1184. Eut 
eleven rays, Harl. MS. 1094. 

Gu. a cloud as a chief nebuly arg. with seven rays 
or. Leeson, quartering (Shottesbery,£farI.MS. 
1188, in error for) Stottesbery 1187, 15.^3; 
Sulgrave, co. Northampton, The chief or. 
Stotesbury, Sulgrave (in error). 

Per chief arg. and gu. a cloud on the chief line 
with rays ppr. Leeson, Baron Russborough 
1756, Viscount 1760, Earl of Miltown 1763. 
Leson, CO. Northampton. Lesone, Wheatfield, 
and Soulgrave, co. Northampton. 

Per chief az. and gu. a cloud throughout on the 
bottom line of the chief arg. with seven rays 
alternately wavy and plain descending palewise 
or. Thomas Lysons, 1713, in church at Hemp- 
sted ; Bigland, Gloucestershire, ii, 67. 

3 CLOUDS 

Az. (another, gu.) three clouds ppr. radiated in 

base or each surmounted with a triple crown 

or the cap gu. Company of Drapers. 

CLUB see Staff 

COCEATBICE see Uonster COLOURS see Banner 

COLUMN see FUlar COLUMBINE see Flower 

COMB 
Sa. a comb arg. on a lock of golden hair. Bloud. 

2 COMBS 

Az. two comhs in fess betw. a broken lance har- 
wise (another bendwise) or one piece in chief 
the head to the dexter the other half bendwise 
toward the dexter base point. Lombe. 

Sa. two flaxcombs in pale arg. Bromle, V ; 
Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10. 

3 COMBS 

(? Arg.) three (thatcher's rakes, V*:) flaxcombs 
(? sa.). Bromle, V. Zakesley, V*. 

Arg. three wool cards (working cords, V) sa. the 
back parts outward. Laynne, V. 

Sa. three combs in fess arg. Tiinstall, Aga- 
combe, Surrey. 

Sa. three combs arg. Tunstall, Cotham, Munde- 
ville, Auckland, Houghton, Long Newton, and 
Sunderland, co. Durham; Newcastle-on-Tyne ; 
Thurland, co. Lancaster ; Ketteriggs, West- 
moreland ; and Cleasby, co. York. Cuthbert 
Tunstall, Bishop of London 1522, Durham 
1530-59. Sr. Thomas Tunstall, Kendall, V. 
M. Thomas Tunstall, S; T ; X. 

Sa. three wool combs arg. Bromley. 

Sa. three currycombs arg. garnished or. Harmond, 
Taynton, co. Oxford. 

Sa. three combs or. Dunston, Kendal, West- 
moreland. Tunstall, co. York. Cuthbert 
TxiNSTALL,Bishop of London 1522, Durhaml530. 

Sa. three wool combs (working cards, V) the 
teeth outwards or. Cardington, V, 

Sa. three wool combs or the teeth arg. Bbomley 
or Bromleygh. 

COMET see Estoile 



COMPASSES and in base 

Arg. a pair of compasses extended and in base an 
annulet sa. Hadley, V. 

3 COMPASSES 
Az. three pair of compasses extended or pointed sa. 

Bonny. 
Per chev. crenelly or and sa. three pair of com- 
passes extended counterchanged. Cartwright, 
Ifari. itfS. 2151, fo. 107 b. 

COMYN SHEAF see Garb 

3 CONES and in chief 

Sa. three cones (i. e. sugarloaves) arg. in chief a 
doctor's cap .... Sugar; Collinson, Somer- 
set, iii, 401. 

CONET see Hare CONOEB-EEL see Eel 
COBONEL see Head of Spear 

CORONET including Crown 
(For Crowned Hearts see Heart) 

.... a coronet .. .. Halsted, Essex. 
... a ducal coronet enfiled by two arrows in sal- 
tire Town of Southwold, SufiFolk, 

Az. a coronet enfiled by (two, another) three 
arrows in saltire or. Benedictine Monastery 
at Bedericsworxh Edmundestow or St. 
Edmundsbury, SufiFolk. 

Gu. a royal crown or. M'Alpin, Scotland ; quar. 
tering or a fir-tree growing out of a mount in 
base vert, with arg. a dexter hand couped fess- 
wise gu. holding a dagger in pale az. hilt and 
pomel or, and or a lion ramp. gu. Macaltin, 
Scotland ; quartering or an oak-tree eradicated 
vert, with arg. a dexter hand fesswise holding 
a crosslet fitchy gu., and or a lion ramp. gu. 

Gu. a coronet or ensigned by a demi-swan with- 
out wings arg. from the mouth a scroll com- 
passing the neck in form of a rein sa. Buckhill. 

Or an imperial crown gu. Robinson, co. Hertford. 

Or a crown sa. garnished gold. Bellingham. 

Per pale az. and arg. a ducal crown counter- 
changed. Mundell, Scotland. 

Per pale or and gu. the regalia sa. Mandeville, 
Earl of Essex. 

Arg. a coronet enfiled by a crosier, , . . Cistercian 
Abbey at Beaulieu, co. Hants. 

CORONET and in chief.... 
on a Chief 

Gu. a regal crown ppr. on a chief arg. a cross of 
the first. MnJTARY Society. 
Mullets 

Per chev. sa. and arg. in base a (crown, some- 
times a) ducal coronet .... in chief two ( some- 
times pierced) mullets silver. Augustinian 
Priory of St. Gregory at Canterbury. 
Quarter 

kz. a royal crown gold in chief a quarter gyronny 
of eight or and sa. on the sinister side three 
dexter hands couped fesswise each holding a 
bunch of arrows ppr. Maconochie, Meadow- 
bank, CO. Edinburgh ; originally Campbell, In- 
verawe, co. Argyll. 

CORONET and in base .... 
Flower 

Per chief az. and arg. an imperial crown ensign- 
ing a thistle vert flowered gu. Sandilands, 
Hilderstoun, Scotland. 
Letters 

.... an antique ducal coronet .... in base the 
word ' Eye.' Seal of the Town of Eye, SufiTolk. 

.... a regal crown ensigned with a cherub's head 

the wings expanded .... in base the word 

• ' Defendamus.' Seal of the Town of Taunton. 



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AN ORDINARY OF 



COEONET betw. or within 

Anchors 

Az. a naval crown within an orle of twelve anchors 
or. Lendon ; granted 10 May 1658. 
Barralets 

Or a mural crown gu. betw. two barruleta az. and 
three wolfs heads erased sa. Seale, Mount 
Boone, co. Devon ; Baronetcy 1838. 
Beasts 

Or a crown vallery gu. betw. three stags trippant 
ppr. Rogers, Wrexham, co. Denbigh; and 
London, as quartered by Harrison. 

Quarterly az. and gu. an imperial crown betw. 
four lions ramp, in saltire (arg., another) or. 
Harbord; Baronetcy 1745, Baron Suffield 
1786, quartering Morden. 
Birds 

Arg. a regal crown ppr. betw. two cocks in chief 
and a lion's head erased in base gu. Cockburn, 
Fulham ; quartering Vipount. 

Arg. an imperial crown ensigning an ostrich 
feather ppr. betw. three cocks gn. two and one. 
Cockburn, quartoring Vipount; as quartered 
by Campbell. 
Bordare 

Arg. a crown ppr. enfiled with a crosier in pale sa. 
within a borduresa. billetyarg. Cistercian Abbey 
at Beaulieu, CO. Hants. The bordure sa. be- 
zanty. Abbey at BEVERLEY,co.York. Edmondson. 

Gu. a regal crown enfiled with a crosier in pale 
or within a bordure sa. billetty of the second. 
Cistercian Abbey at Beaulieu, co. Hants. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. a coronet enfiled by a cro- 
sier in pale .... within a bordure sa. bezanty. 
Cistercian Abbey at Beuley or Beaulieu, co. 
Hants. 

Crescents 

Or an imperial crown gu. supported by a sword 
in pale az. hilted and pomelled of the first 
betw. three crescents within a double tressure 
flory counterflory as the second. Seton, Ford- 
ingbridge, co. Hants ; granted 1806 ; quarter- 
ing arg. on a fess gu. three 5-foils of the first. 
Seton, Barns, Scotland. 
Crosses 

Az. a ducal coronet betw. three crosses croslet 
fitcby or. Pearce, co. York. Peirse, Bedale, 
CO. Y^ork. 
Estoiles 

Az. an imperial crown or betw. three stars arg. 
within a double tressure flory counterflory of 
the second. Murray, Baron Huntingdon and 
Eari of Dysart 16JL3 and 1670. 
Feathers 

Az. a prince's coronet betw. in chief two ostrich 
feathers and in base a garb .... within a bor- 
dure sa. bezanty. Borough of Evesham. 
Flaunches 

.... a crown supported on the point of a sword 
erect .... betw. two flaunches .... each 
charged with a faggot .... Company of 
Woodmongers. 
Flowers 

Gu. an imperial crown within eight thistles in 
orle or. (An augmentation to) Keith-FALCONER, 
Baronies 1647, 1677, 1838; Earl of Kintore 
1C77; quartering Keith. 

Heads (Beast) Leopard 

Az. a mural crown betw. three leopard's faces 
arg. Lyndon. 

Sa. a mural coronet or betw. three leopard's heads 
arg. Lyndon, Carrickfergus, Ireland ; granted 
1039. 



COBONET betw. or within.. 



cont. 



Heads cont. (Beast) Seal cont. 

Az. a ducal coronet or betw, three seal's heads 
erased arg. Burman, Stratford, co. Warwick. 
Tressure 

Gu. a regal crown within a double tressure flory 
counterflory or. Erseine, Cambo, co. Fife; 
Baronetcy 1821 ; quartering Erskine. 

Gu. an imperial crown supported by a sword in 
pale ppr. hilted and pomelled within a double 
tressure flory counterflory or. ( Augmentation 
to) Seton, Earl of Winton 1306-29. 

CORONET betw. or within 

and in chief. . . . 
Canton 
.... a ducal coronet betw. in chief two mullets 
and in base a crescent .... a canton .... 
MuNDELL, Glasgow. 
Hands 
Az. a royal crown gold within a bordure gyronny 
of eight or and sa. and in chief three dexter 
hands couped fesswise each holding a bundle 
of arrows ppr. Maconochie, Meadowbank, 
CO. Edinburgh ; as chief of the name of Camp- 
bell, Inverawe, co. Argyll. 

CORONET betw. or within 

and in base .... 
Gu. an imperial crown within eight thistles in 
orle or and in base a sword and sceptre saltire- 
wise or. Keitb-FALCONER, Baronies 1647, 
1677, 1838, Eari of Kintore 1677 ; quartering 
Keith. 

2 CORONETS or CROWNS 

Per fess arg. and gu. in chief a celestial crown 
and glory in base out of a royal crown or a 
dexter arm surmounted by an escroll of the 
first lettered ' Nantz' sa. holding a flaming 
heart of the second. Beuoo, quartering az. 
on a rock a castle triple towered arg. masoned 
sa. with a flag gu. in chief a royal crown or 
and clouds of the second. 

2 CORONETS and in base .... 

Annulet 
Sa. in chief two coronets in base an annulet or 
environing a crosier enwrapped by a snake 
arg. Benedictine Abbey at Bardney, co. Lin- 
coln. 

Castle 
Az. in chief two ducal coronets in base a castle 
triple towered or standing on waves in base ppr. 
Company of Merchants, Exeter, 1586. 

2 CORONETS betw. or within 

and in base .... 

Arg. two eastern crowns within a bordure engr. 
gu. in base a sword bendwise across an oak- 
tree out of a mount ppr. Macgregoe, Mid- 
dlesex; Baronetcy 1806. 

3 CORONETS 

.... three crowns .... ( Seal of the) Freemasons 
of the Grand Lodge of all England at York. 

.... three crowns in pale .... Benedictine 
Monastery at Athelney, co. Somerset; quar- 
tering , , . . a cross formy throughout . , . . 

Arg. three celestial crowns each ensigning a pas- 
toral stafl" , , . . Worth ington. 

Arg. three ducal coronets az. Crowner, V. 

Arg. three ducal coronets gu. Dales or Dalles. 

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3 COBONETS cont. 

Arg. three ducal coronets sa. garnished or. 
BeiJiIngham. Billingham, V. 

Az. three crowns or. King Arthur, Z, 277. 
Benedictine Abbey at Bury Saint Edmunds, 
Suffolk, U. Ynyr ap Cadvarek. Gwirid or 
GwvRDE, Lord of Powys cc. 950 ; as quartered 
by Mainwaring through Eyton. Convyn (or 
Kynfin) Hiedref, cc. 1030, quartered by Eyton. 
Ikyr or Mymbyr, Lord of Hereford cc. 910. 
St. Edmund. King Offa. Kingdom of Sweden. 

Az. three crowns or each pierced with two arrows 
in saltire of the last. Benedictine Abbey (and 
Town of) Bedericsworth Edmundstow or 
Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. Hugh de 
Northwolde or NoRWou),Bishop of Ely 1229-54. 

Az. three crowns in pale or. Bleddin Ap Blettyns. 
Beli Mawr, King of Britain cc. b.c. 80, as quar- 
tered by Mainwaring through Eyton. Bowyn 
or Bywyn cc. 800, filth in descent from Cadwall 
Deirnluc.Princeof Powys, and ancestor of Tudor 
Trevor. Severus ap Cadivor, cc. 950. Coele 
GoDEBOc. Cadvarek ap Gwrqeneu cc. 900. 
Town of Hull, co. York. Cynan Herdriffap 
Gruff cc. 1100 ; quartered by Mainwaring 
through Eyton. Caradoc ap Lles-Llawddrawck, 
a lineal descendant of Beli-Mawr. 

Az. three mural crowns or. Luck. 

Az. platy three ducal coronets or. Leigh, co. 
Chester. 

Az. three crowns or in the centre a billet arg. 
charged with a hurt for diff. Ley, co. Chester. 

.... three crowns in pale .... Kingdom of 
Ireland, CAalwiers, Caledonia, i, 463. 

Ga. three mural coronets arg.masoned sa. Jourdan. 

Gu. three coronets or. Gwyrid Kyhelyn Ap Inyr, 
Deanery and Bishopric of Ely (for St. 
Ethelreda). Gwaeddgar or Gwathmwe cc. 
869, and his son GwRGENAUor Gwrgeneu cc. 
890, sixth and seventh in descent from Cadwell 
Deirnluc, Prince of Powys. Kingdom of 
Ireland, or perhaps for Munster. (? Leek). 
Saint Oswyn or Oswynde. Benedictine Abbey 
at Tynemouth, Northumberland. 

Gu. three crowns in pale or. King Arthur. 
King Sweyn, Upton. 

Gu. three coronets each enfiled by a key or. Ro- 
bert Orford, Bishop of Ely 1303-10. 

Gu. three (antique or) eastern crowns or. Grant, 
That Ilk; and Freuchie. Grant, Rothie- 
murchus ; quartering or a fess chequy az. and 
arg. betw. three wolfs heads couped sa. and 
Gordon, within a bordure wavy gold. Kingdom 
of Munster ; Harl. MS. 4039. 

Gu. three triple crowns or each issuing out of a 
cloud shedding rays of the sun ppr. Company 
of Drapers, London. 

Or three crowns az. Ireland. 

Or three ducal coronets gu. Priory of Augusti- 
nian Canons at St. Osith's or Chich or 
Chiche, Essex. 

Sa. three mural crowns arg. Bootle. 

Sa. three crowns or. Lee, co. York. 

Sa. three ducal coronets in pale or. Town of 
Boston, co. Lincoln. Bishopric of Bristol. 
City of Bristol. Abbeyof S. Augustin at Bristol. 

Vert three ducal coronets in fess or each 
carrying a needle pendent arg. Company of 
Needlemakers, London. 

3 COBONETS and in chief 

Gu. three ducal coronets or on a chief arg. as 
many laurel leaves vert. Barkenhead. 



3 COBONETS and in chief cont. 

Gu. three ducal coronets or on a chief of the last 
as many Cbay leaves, Birkenhead) laurel 
leaves vert. Sir John Berkenhead, 1780. 

3 CORONETS betw. or within 

Bordure 
Az. three coronets or within a bordure arg, Lee, 
Ladybole, co. Derby ; the heiress m. Gresley. 
Lee or Leigh, Abingdon, co. Berks ; Leigh, co. 
Chester; and co. Derby. Leghe, Adlington, 
Harl. 31 S. 1404, fo. 126. Leigh, Adlington, 
and Richmond, V; with in the centre a plate 
for diff., V; being the coat of Corona, Adling- 
ton, whose heiress m. Legh. (Augmentation 
1386 to) Robert de Vere, Marquis of Dublin 
and Duke of Ireland ; Z, 178. Kingdom of 
Ireland, Harl. MS. 4632, fo. 42. 
Gu. three eastern crowns or within a bordure 

engr. arg. Grant. 
Gu. three eastern crowns or within a bordure 
chequy of the last and gu. Grant, Corrimony, 
CO. Inverness. The bordure erm. Grant, 
Monymusk, co. Aberdeen; Baronetcy 1705. 
The bordure engr. or. Grant, Dalvey ; Baro- 
netcy 1688. 
Crosses 
Az. three coronets in pale or betw. four crosses 
croslet fitchy arg. Burdon. 
Boandles 

Az. three coronets or betw plates. Leigh, 

CO. Chester. 

3 COBONETS betw. or within .... 

and in chief. . .. 

Gu. three antique crowns or within a bordure 
erm. on a canton arg. a demi-otter issuant from 
a fess wavy sa. Grant, Preston Grange, Scot- 
land. But the canton or a demi-otter ppr. Grant. 
6 COBONETS 

Gu. six crowns three two and one or. Clinton 
or Cliton, the Saxon Earl of Winchester. 

Gu. six ancient naval crowns or. Clyton, Fapon, 
Scotland. 

COTISE see Bendlet 

COTJLTEB 

Per pale dancetty (another indented) arg. (or 
Harl. MS. 5179, 5848) and sa. on the sinister 
side a coulter as the first. Steventon or 
Stibenton, quartered by Fox, Harl. MS. 615, 
1112, 3 241,1396, 1982, 1983, 1984, 6172 ; Add. 
MS. 14314, 21017, 21022. But more like a 
cutting tool, Harl. MS. 6110, fo. 14: Lansd. 
MS. 255, fo. 5 ; Add. MS. 14314, fo. 75 ; 21025, 
fo. 52-5. But no charge.^dd.ilf-S. 21021, fo. 166. 

COTTON HANK see Hank 

COW see Ox 

CBAMFETS 

Az. three bouterolls (? blades of spades) or. 

Becketon,F. Becheton. Becton,F*. Breeton. 

Sa. three sword-chapes or. Adderton or Aderton, 

CO. York. 

CBAMP-IBON see Fleam 

CBANE see Heron 
CBESCENT 
... a crescent enclosing a sixteen-pointed estoile 
.... Town of Ilchester, co. Somerset. 
Arg. a crescent az. Fakingham Farneham or 
Farnham, CO. Stafford : Framham : Framsham, 
CO. Warwick ; and Sire Robert de Farnham, N, 
CO. Stafford ; temp. Edward I, F.all quartering 

az. B crescent arg. 

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Earl of Northumberland, Harl. 



. CRESCENT cont. 

Arg. a orescent gu. Boutvillen, Cumberland. 

. Drowell. Button, quartering gu. a fret or. 
Tatton, CO. Chester. Tatton, Kenworthy, 
and Withenshaw, co. Chester; and Taunton; 
both quartering gu. a crescent arg. 

Arg. a crescent sa. Tatton, quartering gu. a 
crescent arg., over all a crescent for diff. coun- 
terchanged 1716. Taunton, co. Dorset, quar- 
tering gu. a crescent or. 

Arg. a crescent enclosing a cross crosletfitchy sa. 
AcHANY, now Hannay, Sorbie, co. Galloway. 

Arg. a crescent enclosing an estoile sa. Thorpe. 

Az. a crescent arg. Luce. Lucie or Lucy, Ant- 
werp ; and London, 1730. 

Az. billety and a crescent arg. Donnar. 

Az. a crescent enclosing a six-pointed estoile arg. 
Holland, Harl. MS. 5863, fo. 127 b. Minshull, 
Hampton, co. Chester; co. Buckingham; co. 
Devon; Suffolk; and Portslade, Surrey. But 
eight-pointed. Minshull. 

Az. a crescent arg. enclosing an eight-pointed 
estoile or. Moulson. 

Az. a crescent arg. enclosing a sun or. Manelson, 
CO. Lincoln. 

Az. semy of estoiles and a crescent arg. (The 
ancient coat of)BuRTON, Falde Hall, co. Stafford. 

Az. a crescent or. Delabyme. Farnham, quar- 
tering or a crescent az. Rider. 

Az. a crescent enclosing an estoile or. Caspar. 
The estoile with eight points. Town of 
Portsmouth. 

Az. a decrescent or. DelalunaDelalune Delalyne 
or Lalynde. 
MS. 1386. 

Az. an increscent or. Balswill. 

Az. billetty and a crescent or. Donemare, V. 
John de Donmare, E. Donnard or Donnuer. 

Barry wavy of six arg. and az. a crescent for ditf. 
gu. Seaman. Seman, V. The crescent or. 
Seaman, Collinson, Somerset, iii, 17. 

Barry wavy of six arg. and az. per bend counter- 
changed a crescent erminois. Pearce after- 
wards Seaman, London. 

Barry of six arg. and gu. a crescent as the first. 
Watton. 

Barry of six gu. and arg. in chief a crescent .... 
Wetesham or Wetsham, Suffolk. 

Barry wavy of seven arg. and az. a crescent gu. 
Seaman. 

Chequy or and az. a crescent gu. Crepinges, 
V*. Richard Crepings, V, Richard de 
Creppinges, E. 

Erra. a crescent gu. Russell. 

Gu. a crescent enclosing an estoile arg. Towke. 

Gu. a crescent erm. Bourne. 

Gu. a crescent or. Ottarburn. Otterborne, F. 

Gu. an increscent or. Dastures. Descus. 
Destunes, V; and Harl. MS. 1386. 

Gu. a crescent or and a bend arg. Dunford. 

Gu. a crescent enclosing an estoile or. Tonkes. 
Towke. 

Gu. a crescent vair. Mericrobb, France. 

Or a crescent az. Farnham. Keys, quartering 
az. a crescent or. Lake, Welston, and Buck- 
land, CO. Buckingham; co. Hertford ; and co. 
Stafford ; quartering az. a crescent or. 

Or a crescent gu. Sire Maheu de Basingbouene ; 
quartering gu. a crescent or, 0. 

Or a crescent sa. Mohun. 

Paly of six arg. and az. a crescent gu. Trimbley 
or Trimley. 

Paly of eight sa. and arg. a crescent gu. Foy. 



CRESCENT cont. 

Per ohev. arg. and gu. a crescent counterchanged. 
Chapman, London; co. York; co. Worcester; 
CO. Somerset ; and Killua Castle, co. West- 
meath. Baronetcy 1782. 

Per chev. gu. and or a crescent counterchanged. 
Bell, V. 

Per pale gu. and sa. a crescent enclosing an 
eight-pointed estoile or. BouGHTELL,Bodmyn, 
Cornwall ; granted 1606. 

Quarterly per pale indented arg. and gu. a cres- 
cent counterchanged. Bartlet. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. in the first quarter a cres- 
cent for diff. of the second. Tutt, Idmiston, 
CO. Wilts. 

Quarterly arg. and sa. in the first quarter a cres- 
cent gu. Deewell, CO. Buckingham. Sire 
Johan Druel, iV. Drull, V. Pervis. 

Quarterly embattled arg. and sa. in the first 
quarter a crescent of the second. Keel, Lon- 
don. Kelley. 

Quarterly arg. and sa. in the second quarter a 
crescent for diff. of the first. Drewell. 

Quarterly per fess dancetty or and gu. in the first 
quarter a crescent for diff. of the second. 
Bromley. 

Quarterly per fess indented or and gu. in the first 
quarter a crescent (? for diff.) of the second. 
Perott. 

Quarterly or and vert in the first quarter a cres- 
cent for diff. gu. Barnes, Surrey ; and Essex. 

Sa. a crescent arg. Basham. Sr. Thomas 

BeI.SHAM, V. BULSHAM, V* . GlEYVE, CO. 

Chester, V. Mott, Barningham Hall, Norfolk; 

Braintree, Essex; and Kedington, Suffolk. 
Sa. a crescent enclosing an eight-pointed estoile 

arg. Densell. But a mullet. Densel. 

Densell, CO. Devon, V. Denzell. The mullet 

pierced. Dinsell. 
Sa. a crescent or. Hovell, Hillington, Norfolk. 

Sr. Hugh HovELL, Suffolk, temp. Edward I, V. 
Vair a crescent gu. Blaen. Blarne. 
Vairy or and az. a crescent gu. Dowbiggin. 

CRESCENT and in chief.... 

Annulet 
Arg. in chief a crescent and an annulet sa. 
Bydall, Harl. MS. 2021, fo. 17. 
Axes 
Gu. a crescent and in chief two battle-axes en- 
dorsed or. Feenandes. 

Beast 
Or a crescent gu. in chief a boar pass. az. 
Teingham. 

Beasts 
Per chev. arg. and gu. in base a crescent of the 
first in chief three demi-lions as the second. 
Chapman. 
Per chev. arg. and gu. in base a crescent or in 
chief three leopards of the second. Chapman. 
Boagets 
Arg. in base a crescent gu. and in chief three 
water bougets sa. Stockoe. 

Canton 
Per chev. arg. and gu. a crescent counterchanged 

a canton of the second. Chapman, Collinson, 

Somerset, iii, 345 ; co. Cambridge; and Stret- 

ton, CO. Gloucester. 
Per chev. gu. and arg. a crescent counterchanged 

a canton erm. Chapman, West Hampnett, 

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CSESCENT and in chief. 



. cont. 



on a Canton 
Arg. a crescent enclosing a sword in pale gu. on 
a canton az. a saltire of the first. Halliday, 
Tullibole, Annandale ; the heiress m. MoncreifF; 
Whinnyrig, Annandale ; and Linton, co. De- 
von ; Castlemains, and Chapmantown, co. 
Kirkcudbright. And with a chief erm. Halliday, 
Leasowes, co. Salop ; and Scotland. 

Castles 
Az. in base a crescent and in chief a castle triple 
towered or. Boileau, Norfolk ; formerly Baron 
of Castlenau and St. Croix, Languedoc ; Baro- 
netcy July 1838. 
Castle 
Vert a crescent in the centre fess point for diff. 
.... in chief three towers embattled arg. 
M'GuARiE, Ormaig. 
Chief 
Arg. a crescent gu. and chief az. Ddbham, Pitt- 

kerrow, and Largo, Scotland. 
Gu. a crescent arg. and chief az. Danderle or 
Dandebley. 

on a Chief. . . .Crescents 
Arg. a crescent sa. on a chief gu. two crescents 
or. DocTON, Docton, co. Devon ; and Whit- 
leigh, Cornwall. 
Gu. a crescent arg. on a chief az. two crescents of 
the second. Damerle, V. 
....Cap 
Vert fretty and a crescent arg. on a chief of the 
second a cup betw. two wiverns vert. Lefroy. 
. ...Estoiles 
Arg. a crescent gu. on a chief az. three estoiles of 
the first. Trotter, Prentonan, and Quicke- 
wood, Scotland. 

.... Flowers 
Arg. a crescent gu. on a chief az. three roses of 
the first. Strachan, Brigton, Scotland. 
....Heads 
Per chev. arg. and gu. a crescent counterchanged 
on a chief of the second a unicorn's head 
couped betw. two leopard's faces or. Chapman, 
London; and co. Cambridge. 
Gu. a crescent arg. on a chief or three goat's 
heads erased sa. Malino. 

Mallets 

Gu. a crescent or on a chief arg. two pierced 

mullets of the first. .John Peche, A. 
Arg. a crescent gu. on a chief az. three mullets 

of the first, Durham, Pittkerrow, and Largo, 

Scotland. Trotter, Ballindean, co. Perth. 
Arg. a crescent gu. on a chief az. three pierced 

mullets of the first. Trotter, West Ville, co. 

Lincoln ; Baronetcy 1821, quartering gu. a lion 

ramp. arg. royally crowned and charged on the 

shoulder with a crescent of the field all within 

a bordure erm. Trotter, Horton Place, Surrey. 

Trotter, Dyrham Park, co. Hertford, a cadet 

of Trotter, Edinburgh. 
Gu. a c-escentor on a chief arg. three six pointed 

muLets of the first. Peche orPECHEY. 
Or a crescent gu. on a chief az. three mullets 

arg. over all a bend engr. of the second. 

Durham, Edinburgh. 
Per saltire erm. and az. a crescent sa. on a chief 

of the second three mullets arg. M'Crire. 
Coronet 
Erm. a crescent enclosing a sword in pale gu. 

ensigned with in chief a mural crown betw. 

two wreaths over all on a canton az. a saltire 

arg. Halliday. 



CRESCENT and in chief cont. 

Estoiles 
Arg. a crescent and in chief two estoiles sa. a 
chief chequy of the first and second. Catjsland. 
Or a crescent enclosing an estoile and in chief 
two stars gu. Bateman. 
Fleur-de-lis 

Arg. a crescent gu. in chief a fleur-de-lis az. 
Honneymlll or Honnlmill, Scotland. Sonnyll, 
Scotland. 

Flowers 

Arg. a crescent and in chief two roses gu. 

Witham. 
Gu. a crescent or in chief two roses arg. 

Whophthmeb. 
Az. a crescent 6t in chief two roses arg. Hopper, 

That Ilk. 
Sa. a crescent or in chief two roses arg. 

Wapthond. Whitehand. Witham, Boston, 

CO. Lincoln. 
Sa. a crescent gold enclosing a mullet arg. in 

chief two roses or. Wythom. 
Garb 

Az. in base a crescent and an Irish harp in chief 
a garb supported by two lions respectant or. 
Fogarty. 
Garbs 

Az. a crescent arg. in chief three garbs or. 
Craigmill, Craigmill. 
Hands 

Per chev. arg. and or a crescent aa. in chief two 
dexter hands couped gu. Neilson, Carriage- 
hill, Scotland. 

Head 

Quarterly per fess indented gu. and arg. in chief 
a crescent and a leopard's face counterchanged. 
Riton, Harl.MS. 1465, fo. 17. 

Label 
Gu. a crescent or a label of three points az. each 

charged with an estoile gold. Halpeeton or 

Haperton, F. Hamnell. But with a 5-foil 

gold. Adam Hoperton, Gelship, co. York ; 

granted 1612. But with a mullet gold. 

Halperton or Halxton. 
Gu. a crescent enclosing a mullet or a label of 

three points az. Halxton. 
Gu. a crescent or a label of three points as the 

last each charged with a mullet of the first. 

Halxton. 
Mallets 

Arg. a crescent and in chief two mullets gu. 
Bolney, Sufl'olk. 

Az. a crescent or and in chief two mullets arg. 
Lawson, Scotland. 

Gu. a crescent and in chief two (sometimes six- 
pointed) mullets or. Bolney. 

Or a crescent and in chief two mullets az. Scott, 
Boonraw, Scotland. Scott, Harden, as de- 
scended from Scot of Sinton, quartering 
Hume, Pepdie, Polwarth, and St. Clair, over 
all Hepburne quartering Foulis. Scott, Baron 
Polwarth, 1690. 

Or a crescent and in chief two mullets gu. 
Bolney, Surrey ; and co. Berks. 

Per chev. or and arg. a crescent gu. and in chief 
two mullets az. Hague, co. Berks ; and Mickle- 
gate, CO. York. 
Son 

Az. a crescent or in chief a sun arg. Bowles. 



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CBESCENI and in base.... 
Eeast 
Gu. an increscent enclosing an eight-pointed 
estoile arg. in base a boar pass, or on a canton 
erm. a sword ppr. hilled gold. BAiRD,Newbyth, 
CO. Haddington; Baronetcy 1809. 
Mallet 
Per bend indented arg. and gu. a crescent in 
chief of the second and in base a mullet or. 
Allan, Scotland. 

CRESCENT betw. or within.... 

Beasts 
Per pale indented az. and or a crescent supported 

by two lions ramp, combatant counterchauged. 

Hone, The Spa, co. Gloucester. 
Billets 
Az. a crescent betw. nine billets arg. Donnae. 
Az. a crescent betw. ten billets or, Donemare, 

V. JohndeDoNMARE,E. Donnaed or Donnoer. 
Birds .... Martlets 
Gu. a crescent erm. within eight martlets in orle 

of the second. Frank de Boun, B. The mart- 
lets or. Sire de Bo HON, F. Bohun, Tressing- 

field, Suflfolk. Boun. 
Or a crescent az. within an orle of eight martlets 

gu. Binckes Bincks or Binks. 
Erminois a crescent sa. within an orle of ten 

martlets gu. Roskell, Garstang, co. Lancaster. 
Or a crescent sa. betw. ten martlets gu. RosieIxL. 
Gu. a crescent erm. within an orle of martlets 

arg. Collins, Hatch Beauchamp, co. Somerset. 
Gu. a crescent erm. within an orle of martlets or. 

BoNNEE, CO. Somerset. Bowne. 
Bordare 
Arg. a crescent within a bordure sa. Melbourne, 

V, MlLBORNE. 

Az. semy of estoiles and a crescent within a bor- 
dure arg. Burton, Acton, Middlesex. 

Gu. a crescent within a bordure arg. charged with 
martlets of the first. BouzE or Bowze. 

Per chev. arg. and gu. a crescent counterchauged 
within a bordure of the second. Chapman, V. 

Sa. a crescent erm. within a bordure engr. arg. 
William Bateman, Bishop of Norwich 1344-55. 
The bordure erm. Bateman, Norfolk. Trinity- 
Hall, Cambridge. 
Crosses 

Arg. a crescent for diff. gu. betw. three crosses 
croslet fitchy az. Adamson, Graycrook, North 
Britain. 

Arg. a crescent for diff. betw. three crosses croslet 
fitchy gu. Adam, Christchurch, co. Hants. 

.... a crescent for diff. .... betw. three escallops 
diff. .... Dacres. 
Estoiles 

Az. a crescent betw. two estoiles in pale or. 
Minshull, Woodnorton, Norfolk. 

Sa. a crescent betw. two stars in pale arg. Jekmyn, 
Baron Jermyn 1643, Baron Dover 1685, extinct 
1708, Earl of St. Alban's 1060-83. 

Az. a crescent betw. three stars within a bordure 
arg. charged with eight 5-foils of the first. 
Arburthnet, Catherlan. 

Az. a crescent betw. three stars arg. all within a 
bordure indented and quartered of the second 
and first. Arburthnot, Montrose. 

Az. a crescent betw. three stars within a double 
tressure arg. within a bordure or. Murray, 
Murraythwaite.Scotland; quartering Dalryraple. 

Az. a crescent betw. three stars within an orle of 
eight frazes arg. Arbutunot. 

Az. a crescent betw. three estoiles or. Minshull, V. 



CRESCENT betw. or within .... cont. 

Estoiles cont. 
Gu. a crescent betw. three stars arg. Pettigrew, 

Scotland. 
Az. a decrescent arg. betw. eight estoiles or. 

O'DOUGAN. 

Az. an increscent arg. within an orle of eight 
estoiles or. Fallon. 

Az. a crescent within an orle of nine estoiles arg. 
Burton, co. Derby. (The ancient coat of) 
Burton, Tutbury, and Falde, co. Stafford ; 
quartering Curzon, Curtis, and Hardwick. And 
with a bordure arg. Burton, Acton, Mid- 
dlesex. 

Az. a crescent within an orle of estoiles arg. and 
a bordure or. Burton, co. Derby. 

Az. a crescent arg. within an orle of estoiles and 
a bordure or. Burton, Roydsmill, Sheffield, 
Bramley Hall, and Wadsley. 

Az. a crescent within an orle of estoiles and a 
bordure or. Burton, London, 1730. 
Escucheons 

Arg. a crescent for diff. betw, three escucheons 
gu. Hay, Wire, Scotland. And within a bor- 
dure countercompony of the first and second. 
Hay, Scotland. 
Fleurs-de-lis 

Az. a crescent arg. betw. three fleurs-de-lis seeded 
or. Flory, CO. Somerset. 

Az. a crescent for diff. or betw. three fleurs-de-lis 
arg. within a bordure engr. of the second. 
Unwyn, Chatterleigh, co. Stafford; confirmed 
1581. 

Az. a crescent betw. three fleurs-de-lis or. 

MOSSELEY. 

Gu. a crescent surmounted of a six-pointed 
estoile betw. three fleurs-de-lis reversed or. 
Town of Wareham, co. Dorset. 

Per fess gu. and az. a crescent for diff. arg. betw. 
three flenrs-de-lis seeded or. Pauncefoot or 
Pauncefoet, CO. Somerset. 
Flowers (Lilies) 

Arg. a crescent for diff. or betw. three lilies arg. 
LiLLiE, Scotland. 

.... (Roses) 

Arg. a crescent betw. three roses gu. Littlejohn, 
Scotland. 
3-Foils 

Arg. a crescent betw. three 3-foils sa. Hurley. 

Gu. a crescent per pale or and arg. betw. three 
3-foils of the last. Dobree. 
5-Foils 

Arg, semy of crosses croslet a crescent betw. 
three 5 foils gu. Caltoft. 

Arg. a crescent for diff. betw. three 5-foils sa. 
within a bordure erm. Borthwick, Stow, 
Scotland. 

Gu. a crescent for diff. betw. three 5-foils arg. 
Hamilton, Broomhill, Scotland. 

Gu. a crescent surmounted of a star for diff. 
arg. betw. three pierced 5-foils within a bordure 
erm. Hamh^ton, Newton, Scotland, a cadet of 
Silverton Hill. Hamilton, Westburn* repre- 
sentative of Hamilton, of Torrance. 
Fruits 

Arg. a crescent gu. betw. three peascods fesswise 
vert. Hardbeane or Hatbeane. 
Head 

Gu. a crescent erm. betw. a helmet and a garb in 
pale or. Cholmley. 

Heads (Beast) Boar 

Arg. a crescent for diff. betw. three boar's heads 
erased az. Hog, Cammo, Scotland. 



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CEESCENT belw. or within .... cont. 

Heads cont. (Beast) Leopard 

Or a crescent (? for diflf.) within two leopard's 
heads in pale az. as many flaunches gu. Fryer, 
Harleston, Norfolk. 

Per chev. arg. and az, a crescent betw. two leo- 
pard's heads in pale counterchanged. Chapman, 
CO. Lincoln ; granted 1704. 

Per chev. arg. and gu. a crescent betw. three leo- 
pard's heads counterchanged. Chapman, W. 
Ox 

Or a crescent for difiF. betw. three bull's heads 
csbossed gu. Bull, co. Brecon. 
.... Human Figure 

Gu. a crescent for diff. erm. enclosing a fleur de-lis 
betw. in chief two helmets and in base a garb 
or. Cholmeley or Cholmondeley. 
Legs 

Gu. a crescent reversed arg. supported by two 
lion's gambs issuant dexter and sinister down- 
wards or. Banke, V. But paws couped. 
Banke, V*. 

Gu. a crescent arg. supported by two lion's gambs 
erased or. Banke. 
Mullets 

Or a crescent betw. two mullets in pale sa. 
Granger. 

Sa. a crescent betw. two mullets in pale arg. 
Germain. Germyn, V. Gry. JERMYN,Debden, 
Hesset, and Rushbrook, Suifolk. Jermyn, V*. 

Arg. a decrescent gu. betw. three mullets az. 

JOPLING or JOPPLING. 

Az.a crescent betw. three mullets arg. Arbuthnot, 
Baron Inderbervje and Viscount Arbuthnot 
1641. MiNSHAL, 1730. But a bordure or 
charged with as many boar's heads gu. 
Arbuthnot, Edinburgh ; Baronetcy 1823. 

Az. a crescent betw. three mullets or. Adams, 
Wales. Chetwyn. 

Gu. a crescent for diff. betw. three mullets arg. 
Hansard, Sussex. 

Gu. a crescent betw. three mullets or. Buckmate. 
Bucknole. 

Gu. an increscent betw. three mullets or. 
Pettegrew, Scotland. 

Sa. a crescent and three mullets arg. Densell. 

Az. a crescent arg. within an orle of pierced mul- 
lets or. Burton, London. Burton, Collinson, 
Somerset, i, 165. And with a bordure of the 
last. Burton, London. 
Orle 

Arg. a crescent (? for diff.) within an orle enclosed 
by eight martlets sa. Foi^kin. Fulkyn. 

Arg. a crescent for ditf. within an orle enclosed 
by nine billets sa. Filkyn, V*. Fulkyn, V. 
Fylkyn, V. 
Saltires 

Arg. a crescent for diff. betw. three saltires engr. 
sa. Besenten. Lesington, co. York; or 
Lesinton, Harl. MS. 1404, 

Wreath 
Per pale sa. and arg. a crescent for diff. within a 
chaplet charged with four mullets counter- 
changed. Nairn, Langside, Scotland. 

CEESCENT betw. or within 

and in chief. . . . 

on a Canton. . . .Flower 

Az. a crescent for diff. betw. three estoiles within 
a double tressure flory counterflbry arg. on a 
canton of the last a thistle vert crowned or. 
Murray, Earl of Annandale. 



CEESCENT betw, or within .... 

and in chief.... cont. 
on a Canton cont. S-Foils 
Per chev. arg. and gu. a crescent betw. two leo- 
pard's faces in pale counterchanged within a 
bordure gu. bezanty on a canton or three -'^-foils 
slipped of the second. Chapman, Rainthorpe 
Hall, Norfolk. 
on a Chief 
Arg. a crescent for diff. betw. three martlets sa. 
on a chief as the second so many escallops like 
the first. Martyn, V. 
Estoiles 
Az. a crescent reversed arg. held by two lion's 
gambs chevronwise or in chief two estoiles of 
the second. Bance, London ; and Callow, co. 
Berks. 

Mallets 
Or a crescent within an orle and in chief two 
mullets az. Scott, Abbotsford, co. Roxburgh; 
Baronetcy 1820-47, quartering Haliburton. 

CEESCENT betw. or within 

and in base .... 

Estoiles 

Gu. in chief a crescent betw. two estoiles and in 
base three stars barwise arg. Oubton, Scot- 
land. 

Flaunches 

Sa. a crescent in chief arg. betw. two flaunches 
erm. and in base an eight-pointed estoile or. 
Hubbard, Durham. 
Leaves 

Arg. a crescent gu. betw. in chief two laurel leaves 
vert and in base a mullet of the second. 
Tansley, Scotland. 
Mullets 

Or a crescent betw. in chief two rowels and in 
base a hunting horn sa. Burn, Caldock, co. 
Perth. 

Per fess az. and vert in chief a crescent arg. betw. 
two six-pointed mullets or in base an infant 
exposed and stretching out its arms for help 
ppr. Foundling Hospital, London. 

On 1 CEESCENT. 

Az. on a crescent arg. a mullet sa. Vaughan, co. 
York. 

On a CEESCENT betw. or within.... 

Arg. on a crescent for diff. betw. three 5-foils sa. 
another crescent of the first. Borthwiok, 
Moirhouse, Scotland. The last crescent or. 
BoRTHwioK, Hartside, Scotland. 

2 CSESCENTS 

Barry of four gu. and arg. in chief two crescents 
as the second. Sotherton. 

Per bend az. and gu. two crescents or. Wheeler, 
Ireland. 

Quarterly .... and .... in chief two crescents 
.... Johan de Nectone, seal. 

Quarterly erm. and gu. two crescents of the se- 
cond. HiLLiAR or Hillyar. 

Quarterly gu. and or in chief two crescents coun- 
terchanged. Nicholas de Farnham, Bishop of 
Durham 1241-9. 

Quarterly or and az. two crescents of the lasL 
Farnham, Nether Hall, co. Leicester. 

Quarterly or and az. in chief two crescents coun- 
terchanged. Farnham, Quomdon, co. Lei- 
cester. 

Quarterly or and gu. two crescents sa. Milbubn. 



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2 CRESCENTS and in chief. . . . 
Seast 
Arg. two crescents and in chief a lion pass. gu. 
Cavanagh, Ireland. Cavenagh. Kavanagh, 
Borris, CO. Carlow. Cahir Mac Art Kavanagh, 
Baron of Ballyanel554. 
Canton 
Arg. two crescents gu. a canton sa. Batesford 
or Battefoed. 
on a Canton 
Arg. two crescents gu. on a canton sa. a crescent 
or, Batifford. 
on a Chief 
Per saltire nebuly or and az. two crescents in 
pale gu. on a chief az. a lion pass, guard, betw. 
three fleurs-de-lis one and two or. Guidett. 
Estoiles 
Per fess wavy .... and .... two crescents inter- 
laced with an estoile betw. the centre horns in 
chief as many stars each enclosed by a reversed 
crescent .... Christian, Ireland, ob. 1699. 
Sword 
Az. two crescents .... in chief a sword palewise 
supported by two lions ramp, combatant .... 
Maher. 

2 CRESCENTS and in base 

Beast .... (Cat) 
Erm. two crescents and in base a cat pass. sa. 
DuANE, London ; and Ireland. 
.... (Wolf) 
Erm. two crescents and in base a wolf pass. sa. 
O'DuANE, Ireland. 
Estoile 
Az. two crescents arg. in base a star or. Lawson, 

Humby, Scotland. 
Per bend indented arg. and gu. two crescents 
and in base an estoile counterchanged. Allan, 
Sauchnell. 
S-FoU 
Sa. two crescents and in base a 5-foil or. 
Cazenove. 
Tree 
Arg. two crescents gu. in base an oak-tree eradi- 
cated vert. Silvester. 

2 CRESCENTS betw. or within 

Bars 
Arg. two crescents betw. as many bars wavy 
and four crescents az. Hornbrook, Tavistock. 
Beasts 
Vert two crescents in fess or betw. three buck's 
pass. arg. Trotjp, Scotland. 
Estoiles 
.... two crescents in bend betw. as many 
seven-pointed estoiles .... Ailwarde, in 
castle at Passage, Ireland. 
Heads 
Quarterly per fess indented gu. and arg. two cres- 
cents of the second betw. so many leopard's 
heads as the first. Kydon, Kent, V. Ryton, V. 
Quarterly indented gu. and arg. two crescents 
of the second betw. so many leopard's heads as 
the first. Eyton, Kent. 
Quarterly per fess indented gu. and or two cres- 
cents arg. betw. as many leopard's heads ca- 
bossed of the first. Eyton, co. Salop. 
Mullets 
Per saltire erm. and az. two crescents in pale gu. 
betw. as many mullets fesswise arg. Crierie 
or Krierv, Scotland. 

2 CRESCENTS betw. or within 

and in chief. . . . 
Arg. two crescents within a bordure and in chief 
a boar's head couped sa. Tennant, Lennes. 



8 CRESCENTS 

Arg. three crescents az. Sr. Edmond Thorpe, V. 

Arg. three crescents harry wavy az. and gu. 
FisKE, as quartered by Harrison. Haynes, 
Hackney, Middlesex; confirmed 151B. 

Arg. three crescents gu. Bontvillain Bdtvillain 
or Butwilliam, co. Northampton ; and North- 
umberland. Sire Robert Botevileyn, N. Ro- 
bert Boutevilain, F ; or Boutevillain, L. 
BouTviLLiAN, V*. Sr. William Boutevillayne, 
CO. Northampton, V. M. William Butvileyne, 
Y; or Bycovyleyn, S. Cheecke, London, 1616. 
Cheek or Cheke, Evesham, co. Worcester. 
Cheek or Cheeke, Motstone, Isle of Wight. 
Choke. Davillers. Fenton, Baiky, Kelly, 
Carden, and Ogile, Scotland. Odehdll or 
Odell. Impaling az. a crosier in pale or. 
Cistercian Abbey at Pipewell, also called do 
Drvisrs, co. Northampton, impaling az. a cro- 
sier in pale or. Plompton. Rider, Seacroft, co. 
York. Wacheham. Wm. Wither, E. Wythers. 

Arg. three crescents gu. each enclosing a fleur-de- 
lis of the last. Ogle, 

Arg. three crescents paly of six gu. and az. Haynes. 

Arg. three crescents paly wavy of six gu. and az. 
Heynes, V; and London. 

Arg. three crescents sa. Harris, co, Devon. 
Richard de Haselington, C. Hodlington. 
Hogelinton, V. Hogington. 

Arg. three crescents sa. flaming ppr. Marchington. 

Az. three crescents arg. Cathcart, Scotland, 
Paton or Patton, Ferrochie, Scotland. Rider. 
Mousire de Rithere, Y. M, Edmond de 
Thorp, 8 ; X. Mounsyer Edmunde Thorpe, T. 
Thorpe, Norfolk; and Gibsaven, SuS'olk. 
And with in the centre a fleur-de-lis for diif. 
or. Paton, Scotland. 

Az. three half-moons arg. Wanervile, Hyms- 
worth, Pontefract, co, York ; temp. Henry I. 

Az. crusily and three crescents arg, Henry and 
William de Ekont, D, Glanvile or Eliont, 
E. Ranulph de Glanvill, Lord of Cover- 
ham, V. Monsire Saunzaveir, Y. 

Az. semy of crosses croslet or three crescents 
arg, Durham, V; and Norfolk, Sr. Philip 
Thornbeey, V. Thornebery, V*. 

Az. three crescents each enclosing a cross croslet 
arg. Cathcart, Earl Cathcart, Baron Greenock 
and Viscount Cathcart 180'7, Earl Cathcart 
1814. Kathcairt. And with a heart in the 
centre point for diif. .... Cathcart, Carleton, 
Scotland. The heart crowned ppr. Cathcart, 
Carbiston, Scotland, 

Az. three crescents each enclosing a six-pointed 
mullet arg, Hobhouse, co. Somerset, 

Az. three crescents arg. each enclosing an estoile 
or. Saffin, Wolf-Horeston, co. Somerset. 

Az. three crescents each enclosing an eight-pointed 
estoile or. Chaffin or Saffin, co. Somerset. 

Az, three crescents or. Babe, Harl. MS. 1600. 
Eyton, co. Salop. Laweston, V. Rey. Rider, 
V*. Eider, Middlesex; co. Stafi'ord ; and 
Eyegate, Surrey. Eider or Either, Scarcroft, 
CO. York; and Bethnal Green, Middlesex, 1730. 
John Eyder, Bishop of Killalo, 1742; Down, 
1743; Archbishop of Tuam, 1752-75. Eyder, 
Kent, Karl. MS. 4108. Sir William de Eythe, 
N\ or Eyye, N ; or Eyther, I; Y. Sr, Wil- 
liam Eyther, temp. Edward I, F, Eyther, 
Eyther, near Selby. Eythre, co. York, Barony 
1299. Samore, Hue Sans Aver, E. M. 
Edmunde Thorpe, T, AshmOl. MS. And with 
a label of five points gu, William de RiE, E ; F. 



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3 CSESCENTS 

Az. three crescents in pale or. Symes, Pouns- 
ford, CO. Devon. 

Az. crusily and three crescents or. Hughe 
Santavee, 4 ; or Sans Aver, Harl. MS. 61Q7. 
Hue Sadnt Aver, E, Harl. MS. 6137 ; or 
Sauns Aver, F. Sire Rauf Sanzaver, N. 

Az. crusily fitchy and three crescents or. Hugh 
Sauns Avoir, Y. 

Az. three increscents or each enclosing a mullet 
arg. Gregorie, Pliston, co. Devon. 

Barry of four arg. and sa. three crescents of the 
first. Fitz-Symond. 

Barry of five erm. and gu. over all three crescents 
of the last. Waterton. 

Barry wavy of six arg. and az. over all three 
crescents sa. Hornibrooke ; granted 1603. 

Barry of six arg. and gu. in chief three crescents 
of the second. Waterton. 

Barry of six arg. and gu. in chief three crescents 
or. Ranton. 

Barry of six arg. and gu. over all three crescents 
sa. Mounsyer Hewgh Walterton, T. Walton. 
Waterton, Waterton, Harl. MS. 1394. Robert 
de Waterton, X. 

Barry of six erm. and gu. over all three crescents 
sa. Waterton, Waterton, co, Lincoln ; the 
heiress m. Welles. Waterton, quartered by 
Baron Willoughby, U. Sr. Robert Waterton, F. 
Waterton, Walton, co. York ; descended from 
Watterton, Gosberkyrk, co. Lincoln. 

Barry of six gu. and arg. in chief three crescents 
or. Frampton, V*. 

Barry wavy az. and arg. three crescents or. 
Cheyney, CO. Somerset. 

Chequy or and az. three crescents gu. Gripping 
or Cropping, co. Oxford. 

Erm. three crescents .... Keene. 

Erm. three crescents chequy gu. and az. Hamme. 

Erm. three crescents gu. Kemyng, co. Somer- 
set. Thomas Ken, Bishop of Bath, etc., 
1685-91. Kenn, Langford.co.Somerset. Kenna, 
V. Kenne, V*. Kenne, Kenne, co. Somer- 
set; granted 1561. Mogg; GolUnson, Somer- 
set, iii, 49. Plompton. And with a mullet for 
diff. Kenn; Collinson, Somerset, iii, 169, 592. 

Erm. three increscents gu. Symmes, Daventry, 
CO. Northampton ; granted 1592. 

Erm. three crescents in pale per pale az. and or. 
Hame, Kent. 

Erm. three crescents sa. a label gu. Plompton. 

Gu. three crescents arg. Aiphant. Bowne. 
Hamley. Handlow, Kent. Sir John de 
Hanley, L; or Hanlod, N; but ? Haulou, N. 
Hanlon, Kent. Harlen. Haulou, Kent, V. 
Kirwan, England. Leckie or Lecky, England. 
Oliphant, Lord Oliphani, Scotland. Oltphant, 
Gask, CO. Perth ; deriving from Oliphant, New. 
ton ; quartering Oliphant, Sutherland, Cheyne, 
Colvile, Murray, Strathem, Caithness, Chis- 
holm, Oliphant, Murray, Robertson, and Blair. 
Perient, Essex, 1716. Perient, F*. Perpoint, 
1730. Peryan or Peryent, Digswell, co. Hert- 
ford. PeRYENT, V. PlERPOINT. PiRION 

PiRREN or Pyrton, CO. Hertford. And with a 
5-foil in the centre for difi". Oliphant, Culquhair. 

Gu. three increscents arg. Bunnell. 

Gu. three crescents each enclosing a mullet arg. 
Haxton, Scotland. 

Go. billety and three crescents arg. Colemere 
Colemore or Collymore, Tournay; and Col- 
more, CO. Somerset. Collimore, London. 
Culleymore, London ; granted Jan. 1611, 



3 CBESCENTS 

Gu. crnsily and three crescents arg. Deram. 

Gu. three crescents erm. Aldam or Alden. 
Fleming, Wales. Frevile or Freville, Cam- 
bridge; and Tamworth Castle, co. Warwick. 
Frevile, F*. Robert de Frevile, X. Sr. John 
de Frevill, co. Cambridge, temp. Edw. 1, F. 
John de Freville, Y. Sire Johan de Frevyle, 
N. Richard Frxvile, E ; or de Frtvile, F. 

Gu. crusily or three crescents erm. Fleming, 
F*. John Flemyng, buried at the Grey Friars, 
at Cardiff, 1373, F. 

Gu. three crescents or. Damarell, co. Devon. 
Damarett, Cornwall, F. Fresley. Kinaird, 
Carss, Scotland. (?) Kingdom of Leinster. 
MoNiNGS, F*. MoNiNS, Waldorshare, and 
Dover, Kent. Monnings, Kent; Harl. MS. 
4108. Munnings. Sr. de Wysebeche, F. 

Gu. three crescents or a label of five points com- 
pony of the last and az. Halperton. 

Gu. three crescents or each enclosing a cross 
croslet fitchy arg. Pinney, Somerton, co. So- 
merset. The croslets or. Pinney, Bettiscombe, 
CO. Dorset; Collinson, Somerset, ii, 175. 

Gu. billetty and three crescents or. Colemore, 
Ireland, F. Colemore or Collymore, Tour- 
nay ; and Colmore, co. Somerset. Colmore, 
Colmore, co. Somerset. Cullamore, London. 

Gu. crusily and three crescents or. Thomas 

GORNEY, F. 

Gu. crusily fitchy and three crescents or, Fleming, 

as quartered by Cary. 
Gu, three crescents paly wavy arg. and az. 

Haines. Haynes, Reading, co. Berks. 
Or three crescents az. Berner, F. Ribton, 

Ribton, Cumberland. 
Or three crescents gu. Eamiston. Edminston, 

Ednam, Scotland. Edmistoun, Edmistoun, 

Scotland. Richard de Freisle, (?, Freysley. 

LONGCHAMPE. MoNINGS. OdEHALL. TrEYSLEY. 

Waghall. Baron of Wahall or Wouall, 
temp. Edward I, F. Wahull. Sire de Wahulle, 
N. Wahull or Wodhull, Odhall, co. Bedford. 
Waloote. Wedhill, CO. Hereford. Wodhall, 
F*. Johan WoDEHnLLE,^; or de Wodhull, F. 
Thomas WoDELL, F. Woodhall orWooDHULL, 
CO. Bedford; co. Chester; and Thenford, co. 
Northampton. Simon Woodhull.Z. And within 
the centre an annulet as the second surmounted 
of a mullet of the first for diflf. Edminston, 
Newton, Scotland. But with an annulet sur- 
mounted by a crescent in the centre of the se- 
cond. EDMisTON,Bellewen Edmiston, Scotland. 

Or three crescents each enclosing an estoile gu. 
Bateman, London; and How Hall, Norfolk. 
Bateman, Middleton by Youlgrave, co. Derby ; 
descended from Bateman, South Winfield. 

Or seray of 3-foils gu. three crescents as the last. 
Fisher, London. The 3-foils slipped gu. 
Savtbridge, London ; and co. Wilts. 

Or three crescents sa. Hodges, Ireland. Sarson. 

Paly of six arg. and az. three crescents or. 
Masterman. 

Paly of six arg. and gu. three crescents counter- 
changed. Waterman, London, 1672. 

Per ohev. arg. and gu. three crescents in chief of 
the last. Manson, England, 

Per chev. arg. and sa. three crescents counter- 
changed. Ryber, Newbury; granted 1662. 

Per chev. gu. and arg. three crescents counter- 
changed. BoGGis or Boggs. 

Per fess arg. and az. three crescents in chief of 
the second. Blythe. 



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S CBESCENTS cont. 

Per fess az. and gu. three crescents arg. Aumaele, 
V. Dammarell, CO. Devon. Danderley. 
Daumerle, v. Wamersley. 

Per fess az. and gu. three crescents in fess arg. 
Damarell. 

Per feas gu. and arg. three crescents counter- 
changed. Lamorle, CO. York. 

Per fess wavy gu. and arg. three crescents coun- 
terchanged. Oltphant, Scotland. 

Per fess gu. and arg. three crescents in chief of 
the second. Lammorle or Lamorley, Norfolk ; 
and CO. York. 

Per fess gu. and arg. three crescents two or one 
sa. DocTON or Doketon. 

Per fess gu. and az. three crescents arg. Aumeral, 
quartered by Lemprifere of Rozel. Damarell, 
Woodbury, co. Devon ; the coheirs m. Bonville 
and Maltravers. Moone or Mowne, co. 
Devon. 

Per fess embattled or and gu. three crescents 
and as many gates counterchanged. Yate.co. 
Oxford. 

Per pale arg. and sa. three crescents counter- 
changed. ToPCLiFF, CO. Lincoln ; and Norfolk. 

Per pale wavy arg. and sa. three crescents coun- 
terchanged. Reade. Reede. 

Per pale arg. and vert three crescents counter- 
changed. ToPLiFFE or TOPLIS. 

Per pale az. and gu. three crescents arg. 
Mallesome or Malson. Mallessour, V. 
MoLSON. Osmond, Thorpe. 

Per pale az. and gu. three crescents arg. each 
enclosing an estoile irradiated or. Hobhouse, 
Hadspen House, co. Somerset ; descended 
from Hobhouse, Westbury College, co. Glou- 
cester; and Chantry House, co. Wilts, Bart. 

Per pale erm. and ermines three crescents coun- 
terchanged. Hariot or Heriot. Hariott, 
V*. Heriet, London. 

Per pale erm. and erminois three crescents coun- 
terchanged. Hariot, Lord Mayor of London, 
1481. But per pale ermines and erm. three 
crescents counterchanged. Wm. Heriot alias 
Harriot, Lord Mayor of London 1481 ; Stow. 

Per pale erm. and gu. three crescents counter- 
changed. Heriet Herriot or Herriott. 

Per pale gu. and arg. three crescents counter- 
changed. Patton. 

Per pale gu. and az. three crescents counter- 
changed. MowNE, CO. Devon. 

Per pale or and az. three crescents counter- 
changed. FoRNAM. 

Per pale or and gu. three crescents counter- 
changed. Perwiche. 

Per pale or and sa. three crescents counter- 
changed. ToPCLiFFE, CO. Lincoln, V. 

Per pale or and vei-t three crescents counter- 
changed. TopLXFFE, Somerby, co. Lincoln. 

Per pale sa. and arg. three crescents counter- 
changed. TOPCLIFF, 1730. 

Quarterly erminois and ermines three crescents 
two and one counterchanged. Heriot. 

Sa. three crescents arg. Blades. Blare. Cleave. 
Cleve, CO. Chester, V. Harris, Radford, co. 
Devon ; and Trecarrell, Cornwall ; the heiress 
m. Harris. Honell, Suffolk. Rous, Norfolk, 
F. Rouse, V*. 

Sa. three crescents and over all two labels that 
in chief with two points the other in the centre 
with one point (sometimes the labels do not 
cover the crescents) arg. Fitz Symond, Harl. 
MS. 5866. 



8 CBESCENTS cont. 

Sa. three crescents each enclosing a mullet arg. 
Beconsall. Shaeples. Ward or Warde. 

Sa. three crescents arg. each enclosing a mullet 
or. Shaeples, Sharpies, co. Lancaster. 

Sa. crusily and three crescents arg. Blare. Wil- 
liam Fitz Lee, A ; or Fitz Lel, Harl. MS. 
6137. 

Sa. three crescents or. Boughton, Lawford, co. 
Warwick. Fouk (Fraunc, E) de Boun, X. 
BowTON, V. Fuce de Foir, F. Gleaoe or 
Gleave, High Leigh, co. Chester. Joynee or 

JOYEE. 

Sa. three crescents or in chief (sometimes in the 
centre) a mullet for diff. arg. Sir William 
RiTHER alias Rldeb, Lord Mayor of London 
1600. 

Vert three crescents arg. Kiddee, Ireland. 

Vert three crescents or. Kidder, Ireland; and 
Maresfield, Sussex. 

3 CRESCENTS and in chief.... 

Beast 

Per fess az. and gu. three crescents two and one 
arg. in chief a lion ramp, or betw. two 
swords erect ppr. Mac Loghlin, Ireland. 
Macloughlin, Ballythomas. 
Canton 

.... three crescents .... a canton .... Peter 
LE Veeb. 

Arg. three crescents and a canton gu. Batisfoed, 
V. Raffe de Stopham, A. 

Arg. three crescents gu. a canton sa. Batisford, 
Kent, V. Battisford, quartered by Fiennes. 

Gu. three crescents arg. a canton of the second. 
Cooke, Kent; and Broadwater, Sussex, quar- 
tering Goodyer, Thorneburne, Brent and Ni- 
chols. 

Gu. three crescents arg. a canton erm. Cooee, 
Sussex, W. 

Gu. three crescents or a canton erm. Dalison, 
Laughton, co. Lincoln; Bai'onetcy 1611-45: 
Kent, Harl. MS. 4108, fo. 67. Dalyson, V. 

Gu. three crescents and a canton or. Coke, 
Trusley, co. Derby; quartering Owens, Oding- 
sell, Kirkby, Sacheverell, Beresford, Snitterton, 
and Hopwell; the coheirs m. Wilmot and Coke. 
George Coke, Bishop of Bristol 1633, Here- 
ford 1636-46. Cooke, co. York. 

Gu. billetty three crescents or a canton of the 
last. Waeeison. The canton barruly gold 
and az. Waerison, Tournay. 

Or three crescents each enclosing an estoile gu. 
a canton az. Bateman, Hartington Hall, co. 
Derby ; Baronetcy .... 
on a Canton. . . .Bars 

Or three crescents sa. on a canton arg. as many 
bars az. over all an anchor in pale of the second. 
Hodges, Middlesex. 
Bird 

Gu. three crescents arg. on a canton of the second 
a martlet sa. Cooke, Sussex, W. 
Coronet 

Or three crescents sa. on a canton of the second 
a ducal crown of the first. Hodges, co. Dor- 
set; and CO. Gloucester. Hodges, W. Hodges, 
Collinson, Somerset, i, 191. Hodges, Hem- 
sted, Kent. 

Sa. three crescents or on a canton gu. a ducal 
crown of the second. Hodges, Broadwell, co. 
Gloucester. Hodges, Hanwortli, Middlesex; 
and London, IGIO. Hodges, Spickington, co. 
Somerset. 



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601 



3 CRESCENTS and in chief cont. 

on a Canton cont. Crescent 
Arg. three crescents gu. on a canton erm. a cres- 
cent of the second. Thomas, Kent. 
Or three crescents sa, on a canton of the second 
a crescent as the first. Hodges, co. Somerset, 
....Crosses 
Erm. three crescents az. on a canton gu. four 
crosses croslet fitchy .... Jeffcott or 
Jephcott, Ireland; co. Northampton ; and co. 
Worcester. 
Chief 
Gu. three crescents arg. a chief erm. Francham. 
Fransham. Fulnesby or Fulnetby, co. Lin- 
coln; and Glenford, Suffolk. Fdlnesby, V*. 
Fulnetby, co. Lincoln, V. Fulvetby. 
Gu. three crescents in fess arg. a chief or. 

Damerley. 
Gu. three crescents or a chief erm. Fulnetby, 
impaled by Rereshy, in church at Thriberg, co. 
York. 
Gu. three crescents and a chief or, Cooke, A1- 
resford, co. Hants, quartering Sayer and Baker. 

on a Chief Bonndles 

Gu. three crescents arg. in the centre a martlet 
for diff. on a chief or as many ogresses. 
VowELL, Essex. 

.... Spears 
Barry of six arg. and gu. three crescents erm. on 
a chief of the second two lances in saltire their 
heads broken off silver. Watson, Kent; Lon- 
don ; and Suffolk. The lances or. Watson, 
Suffolk, 1716. But the chief or two broken 
spears in saltire of the second. Watson, 
Frendsbury, Kent ; and Walpett, Suffolk. 
Heart 
Arg. three crescents each enclosing a cross croslet 
fitchy az. in chief a human heart gu. Cathcart, 
1797. 
Label 
Az. three crescents or a label of as many points 
gu, Saterthwater or Saterthwayte, co. 
Lancaster. 
Quarter 
Arg. three crescents and a quarter gu. Raffe de 
Stopham, a, Harl.MS. 6137. 
Scoops 
Gu. three crescents and in chief as many scoops 
palewise arg. Elwin Elwyn or Elwynn. 

3 CRESCENTS and in base.... 

Beast 
Arg. three crescents gu. in base a talbot sejant 
sa. FuRNES Furnese and Furness. 
Bird 
Arg. three crescents gu. in base an eagle displ. 
sa. Spittle, Leucbat, Scotland. 

3 CBESCENTS betw. or within 

Bars 

Gu. three crescents witliin two barrnlets or betw. 
three woolpacks arg. Cook, Blackheath, Kent. 
BUlets 

Gu. three crescents betw. (eight, another) nine 
billets arg. Colimer, Kent, 

Gu. three crescents betw. nine billets or. 
CoLLAMORE Or CoLLMORE, Birmingham, co. 
Warwick. But (ten, F*) eleven billets or. 
CoLEMORE, Ireland, V. 

Gu. three crescents betw. billets arg, Colemeee. 
CoLEMORE or CoLLYMORE, Toumay; and Col- 
more, CO, Somerset. Collimohe, London. 
CuLLEYMORE, London ; granted 1611, 



3 CRESCENTS betw. or witliin .... co«t. 
Billets cont. 
Gu. three crescents betw. billets or. Colemore 
or CoLLYMORE, Toumay ; and Colmore, co. 
Somerset. Colmore, Colmore, co. Somerset. 

CuLLAMORE, Loudon. 
Per chev. gu. and az. three crescents two and 

one erminois betw. nine billets three three and 

three arg. Colmore, Charlton Kings, co. 

Gloucester; quartering Cregoe, 
Bordure 
Az. three crescents within a bordure arg. Paton, 

Scotland. 
Gu. three crescents within a bordure arg. 

Hallow. 
Gu. three crescents arg. within a bordure of the 

second charged with eight roses as the first. 

Melville, Cassingorie, Scotland; quartering 

arg. a fess gu. all within a bordure or. And 

with a crescent for diff. Melville, quartered 

by White. 
Gu. three crescents within a bordure engr. arg. 

Alden. Allden or Alldin. Haixow, Kent. 

Oliphant, Kelly, Scotland. 
Gu. three crescents arg. within a bordure in vecked 

of the second charged with eight roses as the 

first. Melville, Scotland. 
Gu. three crescents arg. within a bordure chequy 

of the second and first. Oliphant, Kinnedder, 

Scotland. But the bordure countercompony. 

Oliphant, Condie, and Newton, co. Perth; 

quartering Blackadder, Duffus, Stirling, and 

Cheyne. 
Gu. three crescents arg. within a bordure engr. 

or. Halowe or Hallow, Kent. Rauf Holowe, 

Kent, V. 
Gu. three crescents erm. within a bordure engr. arg. 

Aldam or Alden. Alder. And with in the 

centre a mullet for diff. silver, Alden, V. 

Aldon, V*. 
Gu. three crescents within a bordure engr. erm. 

Alden. 
Gu. three crescents or within a bordure engr, arg. 

Gawyn. 
Gu. three crescents or within a bordure 

erm. an annulet in the centre for diff. gold. 

LONGCHAMPE. 

Sa. three crescents within a bordure arg. Harris, 
Cornwall ; Eyston, co. Devon ; and co. Hertford. 
Harris, Hayne, co. Devon ; and Kenegie, Corn- 
wall; Baronetcy 1673; derived from Harris, 
Radford; the heiress m. Donnithorne, 

Sa. three crescents arg. within a bordure or. 
Haris, CO. Devon. 

Sa, three crescents erm. within a bordure engr. 
(arg. another) or. Bateman, Suffolk. 
Crosses 

Az. three crescents betw. six crosses croslet or. 
Hue Sauns Aver, F. 

Az. three crescents betw. seven crosses croslet 
arg. three one two and one. Ddreim or 
Durham, co. Chester. Henry de Ekont, D. 

Az. three crescents betw. seven crosses croslet 
or. St. Saviour or St. Savoyre. Hughe 
Santaver, a, or Sans Aver, Harl. MS. 6137. 
Sr. Raufe St, Savoir or Sanzavoir, Sur- 
rey, V. 

Gu. three crescents in fess erm. betw. seven 
crosses croslet fitchy (arg. another) or. Fleming, 
CO. Salop ; and Wales. 

Sa. three crescents betw. seven crosses croslet 
arg. Blare. William Fitz Lee, 4 ; or FitzLel, 
HarJ. MS. 6137. 

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602 



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8 CRESCENTS betw. or within. 



, . cont. 



Crosses cont. 

Az. three cresceuts betw. nine crosses croslet arg. 
Deram, Deham or Deeham, as quaitered by 
D'Oyley. William de Ekont, D. Ranulph de 
Glanvill, lord of Coverbam, V. Tbe croslets 
fitchy, Glanville. 

Az. three crescents arg. betw. nine crosses croslet 
or. Durham, V. Sr. Philip Thornbeey, V. 
Thornebeey, F*. St. Saviour or St. Savoyre. 

Az. three crescents betw. nine crosses croslet or. 
Fawnes. M. Hue Sans Aveir, D. 

Gu. three crescents erm. betw. nine crosses cros- 
let or. John Flemyng, buried at the Grey 
Friars at Cardiflf, 1373, F. Fleming, F*. 

Gu. three crescents betw. nine crosses croslet or. 
Thomas Gorney, V. 

Az. three crescents betw. eleven crosses croslet 
arg. Eliont or Geanvile, E. 

Az. three crescents arg. betw. crosses croslet or. 
Durham, Norfolk. Monsire Saunzaveir, Y. 

Az. three crescents betw. crosses croslet or. Hughe 
Santaver, a ; or Sans Aver, Harl. MS. 0137. 
Hue Saunt Aver, E, Harl. MS. GI37. Sire 
Rauf Sanzaver, N. The croslets in orle. 
Savor, Surrey. 

Az. three crescents betw. crosses croslet fitchy or. 
Hugh Sauns Avoir, Y. 

Gu. three crescents betw. crosses croslet arg. 
Deram. 

Gu. three crescents betw. crosses croslet fitchy 
or. Fleming, quartered by Gary. 
3-FoiIs 

Or three crescents betw. .3-foils gu. Fisher, 
London. The S-foils slipped. Sawbridge, 
London ; and co. Wilts. 
Heads 

Gu. three crescents interlaced or betw. as many 
wolf's heads erased arg. armed and laugued az. 
within a bordure of tbe third charged with 
eight mullets of the first. Robertson, Glad- 
ney, and Muirtown, Scotland. 
Tressure 

Or three crescents within a double tressure 
flory counterflory gu. Edmonstone, Duntreath, 
CO. Stirling ; Baronetcy 1774. Seaton, North- 
ing, Scotland ; quartering arg. a cross engr. sa. 
Seton, That Ilk. Seton, Gargunnock, Scot- 
land ; quartering Turnbull and Hay. Seton, 
Viscount of Kingstoun 1650; quartering arg. a 
dragon with wings expanded tail nowed vert. 
Seton, Barony 1448, Earl of Winton ICOO, 
quartering Buchan; over all an escucheon for 
Seton and Winton. Seton, Gakletoun, Scot- 
land; quartering Buchan, all within a bordure 
quarterly az. and or. Seton, Meldrum, Scot- 
land ; quartering Meldrum. Seton, Earl of 
Dunfermline, 1605-30; quartering arg. on a 
fess gu. three 3-foils of the first. Seton, Cul- 
beg, and Tough, Scotland; quartering arg. (an- 
other, erm.) three inescucheons gu. And with a 
crescent in the centre for diff. Seton, Par- 
broth, Scotland. But with a mullet for diff. 
Seton, Mounie, co. Aberdeen ; the heiress m. 
Anderson ; derived from Seton, Pitmeddeu, 
Scotland, 1591. But a boar's head in the centre 
for diff. Seton, Lathrisk. But an otter's head 
sa. Sexon, Cariston. But a heart. Seton, Pit- 
medden, since 1C39. Seton, Abercorn, Bartcy. 
1003 ; quartering Hay; all within a bordure gu. 

Arg. three crescents within the royal tressure 
gu. all witbin a bordure engr. of the last. 
Seaton, St. Martin's, Scotland. 



3 CRESCENTS betw. or within 

and in chief. .. .cout. 

Canton 

Gu. three crescents betw. billets or and in chief a 
canton barruly or and az. Warrison, Tournay. 
The canton simply or. Warkison. 
on a Canton 
Az. three crescents arg. within a bordure erm. 
on a canton or a lion's head erased gu. Rider, 
Kent. 
Chief 
Az. three crescents in pale or betw. two ogresses 
a chief arg. Dolan. 
on a Chief 
Az. three crescents arg. within a bordure erm. on 
a chief gu. a lion's head erased or. Rider or 
Ryder, Kent. 

On 3 CRESCENTS 

Arg. on each of three crescents gu. a mullet of 
the first. Longchamre. 

Or on each of three crescents gu. a mullet arg. 
William de Longchamp, Bishop of Ely 1189-97. 
Hen:-y Longchamp, Y. Longchampe, Wilton, co. 
Hereford, temp. Henry I. Lunechamp, V. 
The mullets six-pointed. Henry deLuNCHAMP, 
E; but Henri D'Thaine, E, Harl. MS. 6137. 

Erm. on each of three crescents gu. at the bottom 
half a bezant. Cubham, Harl. MS. 1 386, fo. 05. 

Erm. on each of three crescents gu. a bezant. 
Sr. Hugh Cobham, V. Longchampe, jya?i. If S. 
1386, fo. 00. 

Arg. on each of three crescents gu. a plate. 
Longchamp or Longchampe. 

Or on each of tliree crescents gu. a plate. 
Longchamp. Longchampe, V. 

Az. on each of three crescents or an ermine spot. 
Henry Ryder, Bishop of Gloucester 1815, 
Lichfield, etc. 1824-30; quartering gu. three 
doves arg. Ryder, Baron Harrowby 1776 ; Vis- 
count Sandon and Earl of Harrowby 1809. 

4 CRESCENTS 

.... four crescents in cross .... within the bottom 
crescent a 5-foil .... Andrew de Bieumouth. 

Arg. fi-etty and four crescents in cross az. 
Bokenham, V. 

Per saltire gu. and arg. four crescents counter- 
changed. Spry. 

Per saltire or and gu. four crescents counter- 
changed. Ella, King of the South Saxons. 

Quarterly arg. and az. four crescents counter- 
changed. Faringham Farneham or Farnham, 
CO. Stafford. Farman or Fyannam, Harl. MS. 
liOl, fo. 22 b. Sire Robert de Farnham, N, co. 
Stafford, temp. Edward I, F. Fermingham, co. 
Warwick. Feamham. Feamsham, co. Warwick. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. four crescents counter- 
changed. Tatton, Kenworthy, and Withen- 
shaw, CO. Chester. Taunton. 

Quarterly per fess indented arg. and gu. four 
crescents counterchanged. Bartelet, V*. 
Sr. de Bartellet, co. Hants, F. Bartlet, 
CO. Gloucester. Bartlett. Stopham. 

Quarterly indented arg. and gu. four crescents 
counterchanged. Barlet. 

Quarterly az. and or four crescents counter- 
changed. Farnham. 

Quarterly or and az. four crescents counter- 
changed. Keys. Lake, Welston, and Buckland, 
CO. Buckingham; co. Hertford ; and co. Stafford. 

Quarterly or and gu. four crescents counter- 
changed. Sire Maheu de Basingbourne, 0. 



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603 



4 CEESCENTS and in chief. . . . 
Gu. four crescents arg. on a chief az. two more 
of the second. Dumerle, F*. 

6 CRESCENTS 

Az. crusily or five crescents arc. Durham, Nor- 
folk. 

Az. five crescents in cross or. Hamond, Isle of 
Wight. 

Az. five crescents in saltire or. Pinto, Portugal. 

Barry of four (? gu.) and erm. in the first five 
crescents three and two (? sa.) Waterton. 

Gu. five crescents in saltire or. Kensington. 
William de Kilkenny, Bishop of Ely 1254-0. 

Or five crescents in cross az. Hamond, co. 
Hants. 

5 CRESCENTS and in chief 

Or five crescents in cross az. on a canton of the 
last an ostrich's feather in pale arg. Hamond, 
Chertsey, Surrey. 

6 CRESCENTS 

Arg. six crescents sa. Hogillington or 
HoGLiNGTON. lu pile. Blaquiere. Blare, IT.'JO. 

Az. six crescents in pile or. Rye. Sir William 
Ryther, I. 

Barry wavy of five arg. and az. six crescents in 
pile as the second. Hornbrook, Tavistock. 

Gu. six crescents arg. Levall. In pile. Lealle. 

LlALL. 

Gu. six crescents arg. over all a bend compony or 
and az. Welles, Kent. In pile. Leal Leale 
or Lealle. Liall, Kent. Welle, Kent. 

Gyronny of six gu. and or as many crescents 
counterchanged. Bradstreet, Ireland. 

Per bend arg. and sa. six crescents counter- 
changed. Wychalfe. 

Per chief az. and gu. six crescents arg. Dumerle. 

Per fess arg. and sa. six crescents in pale coun- 
terchanged. Wichalfe Wichaple Wichlase 
or Wychelfe, Chudleigh, and Barnstaple, co. 
Devon. 

Per pale arg. and sa. six crescents tvpo two and 
two counterchanged. Nicholas. Stretchley, 
Stretchleigh, co. Devon. Wichehalfe, V. 
WiCHALSE, CO. Devon. 

Sa. six crescents arg. Blare. 

Sa. six crescents each enclosing a cross croslet 
fitchy arg. Adam Blare, E. 

Sa. crusily arg. and six crescents or. Adam De 
Bh&STjF. But crusily fitchy. Adam De Blare, 
E, Harl. MS. 6137. 

6 CRESCENTS betw. or within 

Gu. six crescents arg. within a bordure compony 
or and az. Sir Johan de Welle, N. 

7 CRESCENTS 

Az. seven crescents three three and one arg. 

Lawford. 
Barry of five arg. and sa. seven crescents three 

three and one as the last. Hewes. 

8 CRESCENTS 

Gyronny of eight sa. and or as many crescents 
counterchanged. Tawse, Scotland. 

9 CRESCENTS 

Lozeugy gu. and arg. nine crescents in saltire 
alternately counterchanged. CasselotCassell. 

10 CRESCENTS 

Gu. ten crescents each enclosing a 4foil arg. 

RONGROLLIS. 



On 10 CRESCENTS 

Or on each of ten crescents gu. a hawk's bell arg. 
Francois. 

CRESCENTS 

Arg. fretty sa. in each interstice a crescent gu. 

Creevey. 
Arg. fretty vert on each crossing of the fret a 

crescent or over all a buck saliant sa. attired or. 

Warnett or Warnitz. 
Az. crescents or. Sir WJlliamDE Rye, H. William 

de RiDRE,^. 
Az. billety and crescents or. Donmare. 

CRIFPIN& IRONS 

Erm. three glazier's cripping-irons in saltire gu. 
Titherly, Titherley. 

CROCHET see Fleam 

CROCODILE see Reptile 

CROOK and CROSIER see Staff 

CROSS or CROSS-STAFF see Implement 

CROSS 

From old blasons it might be inferred that a 
cross moline was originally a pierced cross 
sarcelly ; but as later writers have used the 
terms sarcelly or recercily for voided through- 
out, and sometimes for fimbriated, and even 
for cotised, the following entries are made in 
accordance with the original blasons, and where 
the coats have been tricked the present no- 
menclature has been Hdopted; the same system 
has been adopted where flory or patty have 
been used for patonce. 

.... a cross patty Augustinian Priory 

at Greiseley, CO. Derby; impaling vairy erm. 
and gu. 

a cross moline .... Christ's Hospital, 

CO. Lincoln. 

.... a cross patonce square pierced .... 
O'Phealan or Offealan. 

Arg. a cross az. Bourton or Burton, Bourton- 
super-Dunsmore, CO. Warwick; the coheirs m. 
Garshall and Verdon. Guthry, That Ilk, 
quartering Cuming. Alexander Totington, 
Bishop of Norwich 1407-13. 

Arg. a cross botonny az. Egmon. 

Arg. a cross croslet az. Britton. 

Arg. a cross engr. az. Sinclair, Polwarth, Scot- 
land, quartered by Home. Sinclair, Blansse, 
Scotland, quartering or three martlets gu. 
Sinclair, Herdmonstone, East Lothian. St. 
Clair, Hormiston. 

Arg. a cross flory az. Bevercourt. Lexington. 
Malpas, CO. Chester, quartered by Holte. 
Verdon, co Leicester, Harl. MS. 1407. And 
with a label az. Bevertote or Bevertourt. 

Arg. a cross flory voided (? az.). Melton, co. 
Lancaster. 

Arg. a cross fourche au kanee az. John de 
Lexington, B. 

Arg. a cross humetty triple parted az. Hurst, 
CO. Salop. Hurste. 

Arg. a cross humetty voided az. Wasborne, V. 
Washborne, V*. 

Arg. a cross moline az. Malpas. Miller, Scot- 
land. Sampson, Colyton, co. Devon, quartering 
Braddich. Zefoild. 

Arg. a cross moline az. surmounted by a sword 
in pale ppr. Deans, Longhermiston, Scotland. 

Arg. a cross moline quarter pi«rced az. Sibbald, 
IBalgony, Scotland. 



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CROSS cont. 
Arg. a cross patonce az. Bevercots, V. 



Eus- 
face, and hia successor, Eynion-ap-David, as 
barons of Malpas, temp. John. Bevekcouet. 
William Dudley, Bishop of Durham, 1470-83; 
Sutton, quartered by Dudley, seal. Lexinton, 
Lexington or Laxton, co. Nottingham. 
Lezington, V*. David, Baron of Malpas, V. 
Sr. Richard Sutton, Malpas, co. Chester, V. 
Malpas, quartered by Paganel, and Sutton 
baron Dudley, U. And with a label of three 
points gu. Bevercox. 

Arg. a cross patonce voided az. Melton, co. York. 

Arg. a cross patty az. David. Dudley. William 
Dudley, Bishop of Durham, 1476-83. Sire 
John de Sutton, O. Richard de Sutton, Y. 
Redemptorist Priory at Ingham, Norfolk. 

Arg. a cross voided az. Serisby. Washborne. 

Arg. a cross chequy az. and or. Attelee, co. 
Hereford. Delalee Laleed or Lallee, co, 
Hereford. Late. Sire Juhan de la Lee, co. 
Hertford, N. 

Arg. a cross chequy gu. and of the first. De 
Cokfeild, T. ^ 

Arg. a cross chequy- s'a. and of the first. William 
Schillithoene, Y^ Shillithoep. 

Arg. a cross patty thoughout chequy sa. and or. 
Lawley, Spoonbill, co. Salop, baronetcy 1041. 

Arg. a cross compony az. and or. Lalee, F*. 

Arg. a cross compony gu. and or. Whitney, F*. 

Arg. a cross counter-compony az.andor. La Lee, F. 

Arg. a cross counter-compony gu. and or. Sr. 
Eustace Whitney, F. 

Arg. a cross counter-compony sa. and of the first. 
Curson. 

Arg. a cross gu. Adam, co. Lincoln. Baedenill 
or Bardevu.e, Middlesex. Breyley. Durward, 
Scotland. Galaad. Genoa. Hartelow, Nor- 
thumberland, F. Hartlow, F*. Sire Michel 
de Herteclawe, N. Hertlaw, Northumber- 
land. LiNDEFOUED, F. LyNDEFORD, F*. 

Lyndfoed. Musenbuegh. Offield or Ofield. 
St. George, F; Z, 578 ; used by Charles 1. im- 
paling France, quartering England with Scot- 
land and Ireland. Robert de Veer, B. Sr. 
John de Veer, Adington, F. Verb, F*. 

Arg. a cross gu. in the dexter chief a martlet. — 
Hertley, Suffolk. The martlet sa. Sr. An- 
drew de Haecla, M; Y; barony 1321, Earl of 
Carlisle 1322, beheaded 1323; or Harclay, L ; 
or de Hartisle, L, Hail. MS, 6137 ; or de 
Herteclawe, N. Hertlaw. 

Arg. a cross gu. a label az. Nichol de Veer, Y. 
The label of three points. John Uyveshall, 
V. But five points az. Sire de Harclay, R. 
Haetelowe. Hertlaw, Northumberland. 

Arg. a cross gu.over all two bars az. Bqcket. 

Arg. a cross gu. over all a bend az. Nettnchan, 
Sussex ; and Surrey. Nevenham or Newenham, 
Suffolk; Sussex; and Surrey. Newenham, F*. 
Sire Johan de Newenham, N. But a hendlet. 
Sr. John de Newenham, Surrey, temp. Edward I, 
F. Thebendsa. Newenham, Coolmore,co. Cork. 

Arg. a cross gu. over all on a bend az. three cres- 
cents of the first. Lynam, Ireland. 

Arg. goutty de sang a cross gu. Fitz ; Fitzford, 
CO. Devon ; Guillim. 

Arg. a cross gu. fimbriated or. Bradestone. 

Arg. a cross batune {i.e. potent) gu. Prerley; 
Harl. MS. 1407. 

Arg. a cross botony gu. Brereghly. Brerlegh, 
V. Berloghe, i/ari. 1/S. 1407. Bryerlegh. 
Holm. Holme, T'. 



CROSS cont. 

Arg. cruaily and a cross botonny gu. Raleigh, 

CO. Warwick. 
Arg. a cross botony voided gu. Pilkington, 
Durham; co. Lancaster; and Worthington, co. 
Leicester. 

Arg. a cross croslet gu. Thomas Brereleigh, Y. 
Brierley. Bkightley, 1730. Brightly. 
Crossley, Crossley Hall, co. York. Dunning, 
Maler, Scotland. Herward. Hirward, F*. 
Hiewarde, F. 

Arg. a cross engr. gu. Baconthorpe. Charnells, 
CO. Warwick. Thomas Dalangrige, A'. Sr. 
John Dalingrigge, F. Dalinorttgge. 
Dalingrygge, Sussex. Delalynd, Surrey; and 
Sussex. Delatune, Hampshire. Mounsyer 
Delingrigge, T; but Dallingeeige, r,^sAmoZ. 
JliS. 1120. Symon of Deayton, F. Sire Symon 
de Drayton, O; F. Goeney, Maldon, Essex; 
and Norfolk. Goueney or Gueney, Harpiey, 
Westbarsham, Keswick, and Norwich, Norfolk. 
Green, co. Leicester; and Drayton, co. North- 
ampton. M. Heni-y Geene, S. Geeening. 
John de Gueney, C. Gurney, Keswick, Earl- 
ham, and North Runcton, Norfolk. Haktley, 
CO. Dorset, quartered by Williams. Lalynde. 
John Di; LA Linde, E. Sir Walter de laLinde, 
N ; or de la Lynde, Sussex, F. Lynde. John 
de la Lynde, Y. Lyndey, Surrey. Pollard. 
Andrew Rat, F. Eutt. Payne Tibtott, Y. 
Typtost. 

Arg. a cross engr. gu. a label of three points az. 
Sir John Herward, L, Harl. MS. fil48 ; 
but Norwood ; L,Harl. 31 S. C589, fo. 30 and 44. 

Arg. a cross engr. gu. over all a bend az. 
Treminell or Teemynell. 

Arg. a cross engr. gu. in the dexter chief a cres- 
centaz. GuENEY,Causton,& Ayleshara, Norfolk. 

Arg. a cross engr. gu. in the dexter chief a 5-foil 
az. Gerney, Essex. Gorney, London; Essex; 
& Devon. GuRNEY,WestBarsham, Norfolk. The 
5-foil vert. Gournay, Dartmouth, co. Devon, TF. 

Arg. billety a cross engr. gu. Heath, Brasted, 
Kent; and Lyndsfield, and Tarridge, Surrey. 

Arg. goutty de sang a cross engr. gu. Fitz, 
Fitzford, co. Devon; the heiress m. Percy, 
Darcy, Howard, and Granville. 

Arg. a cross fitchy at base gu. Potesfoed or 
Putford, Church Putford, Devon; the coheir- 
esses m. Stockhey and Pollard. 

Arg. a cross flory gu. Bracebridge. Caelyle, 
Lord Carlyle of Torthorwald, co. Dumfries, 
created 1474; quartering Corsbie; and over all 
arg. a saltire az. Colvile. Crispin. Geensell. 
Harptree, Collinson, Somerset, iii, 590. 
Moigne or MoiN. Peecehay, Ryton, co. York ; 
the heiress m. Selby. Peecy. Perisey. 
Perthey. Towlers. Trossett, Harl. MS. 
1407. Sr. William Trussell, F. M. John 
Trussell, S. Trussell, co. Leicester ; co. 
Nottingham ; and co. Stafford. 

Arg. a cross flory in saltire gu. Harpetee, 
Harpetre, co. Somerset. Sir Henry Harterey, 
Harl. MS. 1404, fo. 125. Hartery. 

Arg. a cross flory gu. over all a bendlet az. 
Prideokis, Cornwall. 

Arg. a cross flory voided gu. James Pilkinton, 
Bishop of Durham, 1561-76 ; quartering Elton. 
Toller. And with a mullet for diff. Pilkington, 
CO. Lincoln ; and Wastell, and Pennyless-Pery, 
CO. Northampton. 

Arg. a cross flory voided and ringed gu. Monsire 
John MoLTON, Harl. MS. 1386, fo. 34. 



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CBOSS cont. 

Arp. a cross fourchy gu. Gilbert de la Vale, de 
la Marche, B. 

Arg. a cross humetty at the tops les bouts Jlorettes 
gu. William TnussELi>, Y. 

Arg. a cross bumetty voided gu. Dockesbuky, 
CO. Chester, V. Dokesbury, V*. 

Arg. a cross bumetly gu. tbe point in chief ter- 
minating in a crescent of the last. Wanley. 

Arg. a cross humetty pointed and voided gu. 
Howell Vakf Vehinoc, or Veimoc. 

Arg. a long cross gu. on a grice of three steps 
the upper one az. the second as the cross and 

. the undermost sa. Almears or Almeers. 

Arg. a cross calvary on three degrees gu. Legat, 
Edinburgh. 

Arg. a cross of five lozenges conjoined gu. Sr. 
de Kessell, V. But lozenges. Flynton, 
Laceby, co. Lincoln. 

Arg. a cross maltese gu. Order of S. Stefano, 
Pisa, 1501. 

Arg. a cross of nine mascles throughout gu. John 
de Brewes, V. But masculy. Brewis or 
Brews. 

Arg. a cross moline gu. Bernevilles, V. Budall, 
Hampshire. Gilbert de Golavilla or Colvyle. 
Colvile. Colville, Lord Colville of Culross. 
Chokeyn, Ireland, Harl. MS. 6096 fo. 21. 
DowNDALE Dovedale or Doovedale. FaWell. 
V. FowLTHoRPEjCO.York. FuLTHoKP. Fusswell. 
Laton, V*. LoNGULiJEKS, V* . MiLLAR, Eng- 
land. De OuNEDALL, K. Percehaye, Cothnson, 
Somerset iii, 260. Undal error for Uyedale, 
1716, CO. Dorset. Uvedall, V. UvEDitt.E, 
MoreCrichill,co.Dors.et; and Horton,co.Hants; 
quartering Foxley: descended from Uvedale 
or Uvedall, Wikeham, co. Hants, with a cres- 
cent in the dexter chief for diff., quartering 
Sydney ; tbe coheirs m. Corbet, Berkeley, and 
Howard. Whyte. Woodall, Scarborough, 
CO. York. WooDBALL, Walden, co. Essex. 

Arg. crusily patty sa. a cross moline gu. Robert 
Ralegh, V. 

Arg. a cross moline gu. over all on a bend az. 
three mullets or. Rafe. Valenges, V. 

Arg. a cross moline pierced gu. Milborne. 

Arg. a cross moline quarter pierced gu. Crokeyn, 
Ireland, V. Dowdall. Mllborne. Sibbald, 
Balgony, Scotland. 

Arg. a cross moline voided'gu. Crokeine, Ireland. 

Arg. a cross double parted gu. Bare: 

Arg. a cross patonce gu. Thomas Brerlegh, V. 
CAiRLYLEor CARLYLE,Torthorald; barony 1473; 
quartering Corsbie; the heiress m. Douglas. 
Chitwood, quartering gu. a cross patonce arg. 
Sire Henry de Colevill, co. Cambridge, N, 
Harl. MS. 1068. Sire de Colevill, F. Philip 
de Colevile, E ; F. Colvile. Colvill, V*. 
Cornewall. Trevan, V*. Trevane, V. 

Arg. a cross patonce in saltire gu. over all on a fess 
of the second three mullets as the first. Stable. 

Arg. a cross patonce voided gu. Pilkington, 
Tore, co.Westnieath ; derived from Pilkington, 
Rivington, co. Lancaster. Pilkington, co. Lan- 
caster, V. James Pilkington, Bishop of Dur- 
ham, 1561-76; quartering gu. on a chief vert 
three suns or. Pilkington, Chevet Hall, co. 
York, Baronetcy 1635. Pilkington, Doncaster, 
CO. York. Pilkington, Stanton, co. Derby. 
Pilkington, Bolton, CO. Lancaster; quartering 
arg. a chev. betw. three lozenges erm. And 
with on a mullet sa. a crescent for diff. 
Pilkington, Stockton, co. Warwick. 



CBOSS cont. 

Arg. a cross patonce voided and pomelled at the 
four ends gu. Monsire John Melton, Harl.MS. 
1386, fo. 34. 

Arg. a cross patriarchal on a grice of three steps 
gu. Cluniac Priory at Bromholm, Norfolk. 

Arg. a cross patriarchal voided gu. Ashafen. 

Arg. a cross patty gu. Aldewinckle, confirmed 
1584. Breuely. Chetwood, Oakley, CO. Staf- 
ford; Baronetcy 1700; Chetw(»de, and Ogden, 
CO. Berks ; and Whitley, co. Chester; quartering 
gu. a cross patty arg. Sr. Thomas Chetwood, 
CO. Buckingham ; quartering gu. a cross patty 
arg., V. Cij^brock or Cleybroke, Kent ; and 
Middlesex. Sire Henri de Colevile, N; Y. 
Colvile, Adewinkill, Harl. MS. 1407. Henry 
CoLViiJ.E.co.Cambridge; contested byPercehay, 
Y. Coi.viLL, Gome, Ireland; granted 1670; 
quartering sa. a fess chequy or and vert. Beren- 
gerLE Moyne, Y. Ovekton, Morecot, Rutland. 
Peecehay. Wauter Perchay, Y. Syanton. 

Arg. a cross patty throughout gu. Colvyij;, 
Aldwynkell, V. 

Arg. goulty de sang a cross patty gu. Anselm, 
Archbishop of Canterbury 1093-1109. 

Arg. a cross patty gu. over all a bend az. 
Prydeux, Cornwall. 

Arg. a cross patty gu. in each end one engrail. 
DYiaocK, V*. Dymock Overton, Morcolt, co. 
Northampton, V. Overton, Overton, V. 
Biddulph or Overton, Upper Biddulph or 
Overton, co. Stafford; a heiress of Tlios. of 
the Overton of Biddulph m. Robert of Middle 
Biddulph, temp. E. 111. 

Arg. a cross patty eiigr. gu. Fitz; Harl. MS. 
1465 fo. 49 b. 

Arg. a cross patty flory gu. Snardcote, Cornwall. 
TR0US.SELL, V. Sir William Trussel, O. 
Trussell, Peatling-Magna, CO. Leicester ; and 
Gayton,co.Norihampton. Sir John Trussell,JJ. 

Arg. a cross patty flory voided gu. Trussell. 

Arg. a cross patty elongated at the foot and 
pierced gu. Molton. 

Arg. a cross patty voided gu. Braconbridg. 
M ALTON or Melton, co. Lancaster. 

Arg. a cross patty pierced botonny gu, John de 
Melton, Y. 

Arg. a cross potent gu. Brerely. Brierley. 
Ponchardon, Essex. Prerley. And with in 
the dexter chief a fleur-de-lis of the second. 
Breerely, Marland,co.Lancaster;andLondon, 
granted 1615. Butaroseof the second. Brerely, 
V. BREARLEYorBRiERLY,London,5rrantedl625. 

Arg. a cross potent voided gu. Pilkington, 
Stainley, near Wakefield, co. York ; Baronetcy 
1635, quartering Eggleton. 

Arg. a cross raguly gu. Crokyn, Ireland. 
Laurence, F*. Sr.Tbos. Lawrence, co. Lane, F. 
Lawrence, Ashton Hall, and Washington, co. 
Lancaster; Prior's Court, and Sevenhampton, 
CO. Gloucester; Tisbury, co. Wilts; Crich 
Grange, co. Dorset; and St. James's, co. Suf- 
folk. Lawrence, Claughton, co. Lancaster; 
quartered by Farington. Lawrence, Green- 
way, in Little Shurdington, co. Gloucester. 
Lawrence, Lisreaghan, Laurencetown, co. 
Galwny; quartering Scott. Lawrence, Studley 
Park, CO. York ; quartering Aslabie. Lawrence, 
Cowsfield House, co. Wilts; and Mossley Hall, 
CO. Lancaster ; descended through Lawrence, 
Fairfield in Jamaica ; from Lawrence, St. Ives, 
CO. Huntingdon. And with a crescent for diff. 
Lawrence, Sandywell Park, co. Gloucester. 



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CBOSS cont. 

Arg. a cross sarcelly gu. Deundale or Devendale, 
CO. Hants. Domandell and Dovidall; Harl. 
MS. 1407, fo. 7. John Dovedale, Y. Tho- 
mas DovEDALL; quartering az. fretty or; X. 
Travane. Monsire de Wonnedale, Y. 

Arg. a cross sarcelly gu. over all a bend az. 
Benhall. Monnox. 

Arg. a cross sarcelly gu. over all on a bend az. 
three mullets or. Valence. 

Arg. a cross sarcelly voided gu. Ponchardon, 
Punchardon, in Kentish bear, and Heanton 
in Punchardon, co. Devon; the coheirs ru. 
Beaumont, Ralegh, and Beauple. 

Arg. a cross voided gu. Ceenecour Cbenecouet 
or Crenker. Dokesbtjry, co. Chester. 
Grenker. Augustinian Priory at Leedes, 
Eent. Malton, V. Taverner. 

Arg. a cross wavy gu. Loband. 

Arg. a cross lozengy gu. and vair. Sr. Baldwyn 
de Feeviix, V. 

Arg. a cross or bordured sa. Tippet. 

Arg. a cross engr. or. M. Robert BuRSons, 
Tournament, 1334, at Dunstable. 

Arg. goutty az. a cross engr. or. Chanrey ; Ed- 
mondson. 

Arg. a cross engr. per pale gu. and sa. in the 
dexter chief an annulet sa. for diff. Brooke, 
Hasleover, co. Staflford, Erdesiuick. But with a 
crescent for diff. Brooke, Gattesford, co. York. 

Arg. a cross patty per saltire gu. and az. Re- 
demptorist Priory at Ingham, Norfolk. 

Arg. a cross humetty quarterly of the first and gu. 

Howel ARE FiNIOG. 

Arg. a cross humetty pointed quarterly and the 

middle square pierced quartered of the first 

and gu. Howell Vars Vehinoc (in error), 

Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 37 b. 

Arg. a cross quarterly engr. sa. and gu. Sinclair, 

Oldbarr, Scotland ; Baronetcy .... 
Arg. a cross sa. Absall. Arnais, France. 
Eanester, CO. Lancaster. Capsal or Capsaix. 
Augustinian Priory at Carlisle, Cumberland. 
Cokeseged or Cocksedge. Cokerith. 
Colley. Copland, W. Copland Coppland 
and CopsAL. Dueant, Cornwall. Floyd. 
FuLCON. GuTHRY, Carsbank, Scotland; quar- 
tering az. three garbs or all within a bordure 
engr. gu. Haselden. Holinshed. Bene- 
dictine Priory at Norwich. Johan de 
Opsale, G. Sire Geoffrey de Opsale, N. Sr. 
Geoff. OpsALL,Essex,F. Opsate.F*. Pattison, 
Kilwinning, CO. Ayr. Pyncherdon. Ravensford. 
Rainsford or Raynsford, Stanmore-Magna, 
Middlesex; Dal]ington,co. Northampton; Tew, 
CO. Oxford; and co. Warwick; Raynsford, 
quartering Edwards. Sutton, Nottingham. 
SwiLMAN. Tregore or Tregour, Nance, 
Cornwall, Sir Geffray de Upsax, M. Getfray 
de Upsale, Y. Upsale. Velayne, Ches- 
ter. Villiers. Sr. Thomas Wall, K.G., V. 
Thomas W^ale, S. Whaley, Kent. Whetham. 
Thomas Westfield, Bishop of Bristol, 
1642-4. Woodhouse, Woodhouse, co. York. 
And with a label gu. Trengrove. 

Arg. a cross sa. in the dexter chief a mullet of the 
second charged with an annulet or. Sutton, V. 

Arg. a cross sa. over all a bend vert. Newnham. 
Newenham, Norlhaw, co. Hertford. 

Arg. a cross sa. over all on a sun in splendour 
surrounded by clouds az. radiated or a ducal 
coronet ppr. Robert Wakeman, Beerferris, 
Devon, granted 1616 ; Harl. MS. 6095, fo. 37. 



CEOSS cont. 

Arg. goutty de sang a cross sa. Anselm, Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury 1093-1109. 

Arg. a cross quarterly pierced sa. Dakenfeld, V. 
Dukenfeld, V*. 

Arg. a cross boionny sa. Scot or Scott, Kent. 
Wasceley. Wastlet. Wastnes. Winwood, 
Dittou Park, and Quainton, co. Buckingham. 

Arg. a cross botonny fitchy sa. Brewett, Harl. 
MS. 1407. Bkowett, Herford (? Hereford), F. 

Arg. across clechysa. Sr. Thomas Banaster.K.G. 

Arg. a cross croslet sa. Bishworth, co. I'^ork. 
Brierly. Ryshworth. Scott. M.John Skette, 
S. Skotte, V. Wasteley, V. Wekersley. 
Wickerley, 1730. 

Arg. a cross croslet in saltire sa. Julian or 
JuLioN. St. Julian. St. Julyan, V. 

Arg. across croslet fitchy sa. Scott, High Hal- 
den, Kent. Scott, Conghurst, Kent; quarter- 
ing Conghurst ; the co-heiresses m. Frewen. 
Skole, Rent. 

Arg. a cross croslet fitchy issuing out of a cres- 
cent sa. AcHANY, Sorbie, Galloway, now 
Hannay. 

Arg. a cross croslet crossed sa. Bb^vdnell, co. 
Lancaster. 

Arg. a cross croslet patty sa. Wykersley, V. 

Arg. a cross embattled sa. Balmanno, afterwards 
Auchenleck. 

Arg. a cross engr. sa. Monsire de Conan, Kelk- 
field, Y. Conan, Kelfield. Fitz-Henry, Kel- 
field, CO. York. Conan Fitz-Heney, Kel- 
field, Y. M. Thomas Fitz-Henry, S. 
Fitz-Williams, CO. Lincoln. Kelkefield. 
Sr. John Kelkfeld, V. Manfield. Mohun 
or Moynes. Moone Moun or Moyne. 
Pollard. Ridge, Portsmouth, co. Hants. 
St. Clair-Erskine, Earl of Rosslyn; quarter- 
ing Erskine, Marr, and Wedderburn. Sinclair, 
Scotland. Arthur Teaffobd, V. Teosford. 

WiNTWORTH. WOTTON. 

Arg. a cross engr. sa. over all five concentric 
annulets az. Robert Gifford, .4, ifari.J/5. 6137. 

Arg. flory gu. a cross engr. sa. Herdeson, 
Kent, W. Herdson or Herdsonne, Kent. 

Arg. a cross flory sa. Adlington, co. Chester. 
Banester, CO. Lancaster; and Surrey. Copley, 
Sprotborough. Godfrey Goldsborough, Bishop 
of Gloucester 1598-1604, quartering arg. three 
chev. sa. in the centre a mullet gu.; Rudder, 
Gloucestershire, p. 157. Haselday, co. Cam- 
bridge. Haselden, Goldington, co. Bedford. 
Hesilden. Hesketh, CO. Lancaster. Hesketh, 
V. Lamploe, Cumberland. John Lamplowe, JB. 
Leigh, co. Chester. Newcom, co. Chester. 
St. George, co. Cambridge. Santon. Sir 
Roger de Someeton, L, Harl. MS. 2213, alias 
SwiNERTON, Ij,Harl. MS. 6148, fo. 145 b, and in 
a later hand Swynnebton, //arZ. 3IS. 1068, fo. 
11 b. Someeton alias Swynerton, jf/a?-/. ilfS. 
1407. Stiylveeton, co. Cambridge, V. Sire 
Roger de Suylveetone, N. Swinnerton or 
SwYNNERTON,Swynerton,co. Salop. Swinnerton, 
Swinnerton, co. Stafford ; the heiresses m. Ver- 
non, Fitzherbert, and Gatacre. Adam de 
SwvNERTON, F. Sr. deSwYNERTON, F. Sire Tho- 
mas Swynerton, Q ; or Swynnerton, Ifa?-Z. MS. 
6595. Monsire William Swynerton, Y. 
Upton, Kent. Walton, V. And with a label 
gu. Wynerton. The label of three points 
gu. Sir Roger Swynerton, E. The label 
of five points gu. Banestee, Easington, co. 
York ; confirmed 1578. 



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CBOSS cont. 
Arg. a cross flory sa. in the dexter chief a crescent 

gu. Copley. 
Arg. a cross flory sa. over all a bend gu. Nelson, 

Randesley, co. Lancaster. 
Arg. a cross flory sa. over all an escucheon gu. a 

lion ramp. arg. Sir Richard Pessall, V. 
Arg. billetty and a cross flory sa. Norbies, V*. 

NoRRis, Scotland, lionms; granted 1622. Sr. 

John NoRRYS, lord of Penlwe, Wales, 1473, F. 
Arg. a cross flory engr. sa. PeshalEjiS. Wendon. 
Arg. a cross flory sa. the ends or. Newton, co. 

Chester; and Highley, co. Salop. Newton, 

Wales ; Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 25 b. Wilton. 
Arg. a cross flory fitched at the foot sa. Richard 

de Syward, Talavan ; Enderbie. 
Arg. a cross flory voided sa. Pilkington. 
Arg. a cross of four fusils sa. Sr. Thomas 

Banester, K.G., F*. 
Arg. a cross graded of three sa. Wyntwoeth, V. 
Arg. a holy cross sa. Anwicke. 
Arg.acrosshunnettysa. Dukenfilde.co. Chester, 

Harl. MS. 1407, fo. 2. Nants alias Trengkove. 

Trengoff, Trengofi", Cornwall. Tbengove, 

Cornwall ; and co. Hants. 
Arg. a cross huraetty pointed sa. Banester, co. 

Lancaster, Harl. MS. 14C5. 
Arg. a cross humetty pointed and voided sa. 

DoCKINGFELDjF*. DOKINFELD.F. DUCKENFELD, 
V*. DUCKENFIELD, 1730. DUKENFELD, F. 

DuKiNFiELD, Dukinfield Hall, co. Chester; Ba- 
ronetcy 1605. 

Arg. across humetty at the tops les {bouts, Y) 
chefs florettes sa. Sire Roger de Suylvertone, 
N. Adam de Swynerton, Y. Monsire William 
Swynerton, Y. 

Arg. a cross humetty raguly sa. Worth, co. 
Chester. And trunked. Tythington, co. 
Chester. Warth. 

Arg. a cross humetty ringed at the ends sa. 
West, F*. West or Westlee, Harl. MS. 
1465. Weste, F. Westle, F. Westley. 

Arg. a cross humetty voided sa. Nankevill alias 
Tippet, St. Wenn, Cornwall. Woodenet. 
WooDNOTH, CO. Chester. Woodnett Woodnot 
or WooDNOTH, Wistanton, co. Chester ; and 
Shavington St. Clere, Cornwall. 

Aig. a cross humetty wavy sa. Coij.ee Coixey 
or Cooling. 

Arg. a cross moline sa. William Alnewick, 
Bishop of Norwich 1426, Lincoln 1436-49. 
Alnwyck or Alnwyk. John de Bokingham, 
Bishop of Lincoln 1362-98 ; see Harl. MS. 
6829, fo. 45-67. Bampfield. Banester, 
CO. Chester. Colby. Colvil, Cleish, Scotland. 
Colvile. Collville, Lord Colville of Culross, 
quartering gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. 
Copley, Sprotborough, co. York; Baronetcy 
1778; Surrey; and Batley Hall, and Wad- 
worth, CO. York. Coppeley, F. Foulthobpe. 
Fdlthorp, Tunstall, co. Durham. Fulthorpe, 
F. And with a crescent for diS". Fowlthorpe, 
CO. York. But a mullet. Colvil or Colvill, 
Edinburgh. The mullet on the cross for difi". of 
the first. Copley, co. York. 

Arg. a cross moline saltirewise sa. Banester. 

Arg. a cross moline quarter-pierced sa. Colvil, 
Ochiltry, Scotland. Robert Copley, called 
Grosseteste, Bishop of Lincoln 1235-53. 
Copley, Batley, co. York. Sr.Thos. Melbourne, 
F. Milborne. 

Arg. a cross moline quatrefoil pierced sa. 
Milborne. 



CEOSS cont. 
Arg. a cross moline engr. sa. Cotes, Harl. MS. 
6829, fo. 9; quartering Inglethorpe. Cottez, F. 
Arg. a cross moline rebated engr. sa. Cotes, 
Harl. MS. 6829, fo. 9, quartering Inglethorpe. 
Arg. a cross triple-parted and fretted sa. Franch. 
Sr. John Scyrlow, V. Skirlaw, Collinson, 
Somerset, iii, 401. 
Arg. a cross patonce sa. Sir Adam Banaster, 
L; or Banester, Banke, co. Lancaster, F; 
quartered by Parker. Banester, Darwyn, co. 
Lancaster, Harl. MS. 891, fo. 87. Sir William 
Banester, -iJ. Estonwe or Estonwey. Georg. 
Godfrey Goldisbury or Goldsborough, Bishop 
of Gloucester 1598-1604 ; quartering arg. three 
chev. sa. in the fess point a mullet charged 
with a crescent .... Milburne. Sire Buldwyn 
St. George, N, Harl. MS. 1068. St. George, 
CO. Cambridge, V. Sir Roger Swinerton, L, 
Harl. MS. 6589, fo. 29 ; but de Somerton, L, 
Harl.MS. QIS7. WASsELEYorWASTERLEY. And 
with a mullet in the sinister chief sa. Banestre, 
Hoduct, CO. Salop ; Harl. MS. 7510, fo. 20. 
Arg. a cross patonce sa. the ends or. Newton, 
Heighlty, Wales, Harl. MS. 7510, fo. 41. 
Wilton, Norfolk, F. 
Arg. a cross patty sa. Sire Adam Banastee, N. 
Thomas Banestre, Y. Monsire Banister, Y. 
GoDARD. Monsire de Goldesbrough, Y. 
Haseldon, CO. Cambridge. Leigh. Newton. 
St. George. Sire Baudewyn de Seyn George, 
N. Monsire Richard de Sutton, Y. Sir 
Roger de Swynerston, M. Wintworth. And 
with a label gu. Sire Thomas Banastre, N. 
Arg. a cross patty fitchy sa. Belgeave, Belgrave. 
Arg. a cross patty fitchy at the foot sa. Wotton, 

Marlay, Kent. 
.\rp. a cross patty fixed (i. e. throughout) sa. 
WooDHOUSE, Woodhouse, co. York ; the heiress 
m. Wentworlh. 
Arg. a cross patty engr. sa. Coley. Peshall, 
Harl. MS. 1465, fo. 49 b. Sampson, Harl. MS. 
1407. 
Arg. a cross patty throughoutengr.sa. Peshall,F. 
Arg. goutty de sang a cross patty throughout sa. 
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury 1093-1109; 
Lansd. MS. 255. 
Arg. a cross patty flory sa. Conghull, Harl. 
MS. 1525, fo. 101. Legge, co. Cambridge. 
M. Roger de Swilton, 1334. Swineston, Lon- 
don. SwiNNERTON, Butterton, co. Stafi'ord ; the 
coheirs m. Bagot, Pilkington, and Tynte. 
SwiNSTON, 1 730. Sir Robert de Swy'nerton, N, 
Harl. MS. 6589; and seal, Harl. MS. 1077, fo. 3. 
Arg. a cross patty flory sa. over all a bendlet gu. 
SwiNNERTON,Swinnerion, and Drayton,co. Salop. 
Arg. a cross patty pointed sa. Sr. Thomas 

Banaster, K.G. ; F. 
Arg. a cross patty voided sa. Copley, Harl. MS. 

1407. Pilkington. 
Arg. a cross patty throughout, wavy sa. Coley, F. 
Arg. a cross patty pointed voided sa. Dokenfeld, 

Dokenfeld, Harl. MS. 1424, fo. 54 b. 
Arg. a cross pomelly sa. Powmale. Wasseley, 
F*. Wasteley, F; and Harl. MS. 1465. 
Wasterley, F». Westley. 
Arg. a cross potent crossed sa. Crowcher, F*. 
Arg. a cross raguly sa. Sandes, F*. Sr. de 
Sands, F. Sands or Sandys, London. Sandys, 
Barony 1529. Wroth. 
Arg. a cross sarcelly sa. Banester. John de 
Bokingham, Bishop of Lincoln 1362-98; see 
Harl. MS. 6829, fo. 45-67. Robert Colvile, Y. 

lover. 



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AN ORDINARY OF 



CBOSS cont. 

Copley ; Harl. MS. 1407, fo. 7. Fulthorp ; 

Harl. MS. 1407, fo. 7. 
Arg. crusily gu. a cross sarcelly sa. Raleigh. 
Arg. a cross sarcelly engr. sa. Cotter. 
Arg. a cross of four ermine spots sa. Huddelstone 

or Hurlstone, co. Chester, Harl. BIS. 138G, fo. 

36. HurlestoNjF*. Hurleton, co. Chester, F. 

HURLEXTON, V. HURLISTON Or HURSTON, CO. 

Chester. 

Arg. a cross voided sa. Duckenfield, co. Ches- 
ter. Walshman. Wodnot, V*. 

Arg. a cross wavy sa. Collee or Cooling. Colley, 
Glasson, Rutland. Colley, V. Culling. 

Arg. a cross wavy voided sa. Duckenfield, 
1730 ; and co. Devon ; co. Chester ; and co. 
Lancaster. Duckensfield. 

Arg. a cross vair. Schardelow, 

Arg. a cross lozengy vair. Frevile, co. Worcester. 

Arg. a cross vert. Ceindall Cendall or Ceddall. 
Cendalle, V, Husee Hussee and Hussy. 
HussEY, Henington, co. Lincoln. Kiekby. 
And with a fleur-de-lis on the dexter chief gu. 
Sendall, V. 

Arg. a cross vert over all on a bend gu. three 
fleurs-de-lis or. Beeinger, co. Hants. 

Arg. a cross embattled vert. Anketell, Shafts- 
bury, CO. Dorset. 

Arg. a cross engr. vert. Bassingweeke or 
BASsiNGWERKE,co.Chester. Cadul. Kirkbride, 
EUerton, in Hesket, Cumberland. Kirkebirde 

or KiRKELBRIDE, K. KiRKEBYRD. 

Arg. a cross flory vert. Blake, Harl. MS. 1407. 
Sefonghell, r*. Sesongall or Sesongell. 
Sesonghill. Wyth, V*. 

Arg. a cross humetty at the tops les bouts Jlorettes 
vert. Monsire Rauphe Sesonchell, Y. Rauf 
Sofonghell, Y. 

Arg. a cross lozengy vert over all a bend chequy 
erm. and az. Braddyi.l, co. Lancaster ; quar- 
tering Gale, Richmond, and Vaux. Beaddyll, 
Braddyll, and Brockhole. But compony erm. 
and of the first. Bradhull, V*. 

Arg. a cross of nine lozenges conjoined vert over 
all a bend compony erm. and az. Bradhull, 
Brokhole, V. 

Arg. a cross patonce vert in the dexter chief a 
martlet gu. Sr. Ralfe de Jefoul, Norfolk, N, 
Harl. MS. lf)68. Sr. Raufe de Zefrell or 
Zefuell, Norfolk, V. 

Arg. a cross patty vert. Sesongall or Sesongell, 
And in the dexter chief a martlet gu. Zeffeley, 
CO. Bedford. Sr. Raufe de Zefoul, N. 

Arg. a cross patty flory vert. Sefoughell, V. 
Wyth, V. 

Arg. a cross slipped vert. Raded or Radeix, 
Harl. MS. 5806. 

Az. a cross arg. Alisborne. Sr. Thomas 
Aylesbury', V. M.John de Aylesbury, S; and 
ca. Warwick. Ellesbury. Navarre, as borne 
by Berengaria, wife of Richard I. And with 
a label gu. Sire Robert de Aillesbyry, 
O. The label of three points gu. M. Thomas 
de Aylesbury, the son, S. Sr. Thomas 
Aylesbury, 1402, V. 

Az. billetty and a cross arg. Sire Robert de 
Estanegrave, iV. EsTiNGRAVE.Kent. Morris. 
Sr. Robert Stangrave or Stangray, Okested, 
Surrey, temp. Edward IV, V. Sr. Raufe 
Stangray, V. Sr. Robert de Staneg'ave, 0; 
or Stangrave, L ; or Stonegrave, L, Harl. 
MS. 6137. Rauf Stangray, Y. John de 
Stangraye, Y. 



CROSS cont. 

A z. billetty or a cross arg. Gotesham. Goteshan. 
Gotesam, V. Gotsan. Totsham, Kent. 

Az. a cross arg. over all a bend gu. John de 
Aylesbury, Y. 

Az. crusily and a cross arg. Cobham, W. 

Az. a cross botonny arg. GoLDisBURGH,HarLJII5. 
1407. 

Az. a cross croslet recoui'sy arg. Basing. 

Az. a cross eogr. arg. Breeeto. Broatham. 
Sr. Thomas Beoughton, co. Oxford, V. M. 
Thomas de Broughton, S. Charnel, Ireland. 
GoNNER. Morris. Stoughton, co, North- 
ampton ; and Surrey. 

Az. a cross engr. arg. in the dexter chief a cres- 
cent Charnell, Ireland, F. 

Az. goutty arg. a cross engr. or. ( ? Chanrey. ) 

Az. a cross flory arg. Cheney, 1730. Florence, 

F. GOLDSBEOUGH Or GoLDISBOEOUGH, CO. 

York. Goldesbuegh, Chipping Ongar, Essex ; 
and Goldesburgh, CO. York. Milton. Paveley. 
Ward, Bristol, quartering Danvers. 

Az. a cross flory voided arg. Malton or Melton, 
South Hayne, co. Devon; and co. York. 

Az. a cross hame9on arg. Magens, East Grin- 
stead, Sussex ; and London ; quartering Dor- 
rien. 

Az. a cross humetty voided arg. Ceaucure or 
Ceavicuee. 

Az. a cross moline org. Bentinck, Baron Ciren- 
cester, Viscount Woodstock, Earl of Portland, 
lOSa, Marquis of Titchfield and Duke of Port- 
land 1716. Deans, as quartered by Dundas. 
Hotoft, Suffolk, F. Hotofte or Hotoste. 
HoTosT, V*. MoLiNEUx, Woodhouse, CO. Lan- 
caster. Paeker, Bromston, co. Lancaster. 
Segar; granted 1612. Teelese, 1730. 
Treleske, F. 

Az. a cross moline arg. over all a bend or. 
Phaire or Phayer, Grange, co. Cork ; and 
Killoughram, co. Wexford; seal 1655. 

Az. billetty or a cross moUne arg. Benereston. 
Beverston, F. 

Az. a cross moline lozenge pierced arg. Gailie. 

Az. a cross double parted arg. Doubler. 

Az. a cross moline square pierced arg. Mollynes. 

Az. a cross patonce arg. Eustace, Lord Malpas. 
GAULDESBORouGHjChipingonger. Goldesbery, 
Harl. MS. 1407. M. Richard de Goldesborow, 

S. GOULDESBOROUGH. GoLDESBURGH, F. 

GoLDSBRouGH orGouLDSBROUGH,co. Lancaster; 
and CO. York. William de Melton, Arch- 
bishop of York 1317-40. Ward, Baron Bangor 
1770*, Viscounty 1781; quartering Hamilton. 
William Ward, Bishop of Sodor and Man 
1828-38. Ward, Guilsborough Park, and Great 
Addington Hall, cor Northampton. Ward, Lord 
Mayor of London 1719. 

Az. a cross patonce voided arg. M. William de 
Melton, S. Sr. John Melton, F. William 
de Melton, Archbishop of York 1317-40. 

Az. a cross patty arg. Bauldwin de Ekont, D. 
Richard Gouldesbdrgh, Y. Monsire William 
de Melton, Y. 

Az. crusily and a cross patty arg. Beronger Le 
Moye, G. 

Az. a cross patty fitchy arg. Cadwallader, last 
King of the Britons. 

Az. a cross patty flowered arg. Walsam. 

Az. a cross patty voided arg. John de Melton, X. 

Az. a cross ponietty arg. Berengaeia, daughter 
of Sancho the Wise, King of Navarre, wife of 
Richard I. 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



608 



CBOSS cont. 
Az. a cro'^s potent arg. Allesbuet or 

Aylksbuky. 
Az. a cross sarcelly arg. Goldsbrough or 

GOULDSBRODGH. HoLTOFT.CO.York. HOSTETOFT 

or HoTOFT. HoTOST. Trelesker. 
Az. Itilletty and a cross sarcelly arg. John 

MORYS, Y. 

Az. a cross sarcelly pierced arg. Melton, Aston, 
CO. York. 

Az. a cross chequy arg. and gu. Bokefieij). 
Brayfield, Norfolk. Cokefield, Suffolk. Sire 
Johan de Kokfeld, N. Klokefield, Norfolk. 

Az. a cross patouce chequy arg. and gn. 

BOKENHAM, V. 

Az. a cross patty chequy or and of the first. 

EOCKENHAM Or BoKENHAM. 

Az. a cross chequy or and sa, "Whitney, Whit- 
ney, CO. Hereford. 

Az. a cross compony gu. and arg. Cokfeld, V*. 
Sr. John Kocfeld, Norfolk, V. Kokefield, F*. 

Az. a cross flory compony or and of the first. 

BoKENHAM. 

Az. a cross compony or and gu. Coddington, 

Ireland. 
Az. a cross countercompony arg. and gu. Eustace 

de WiTENEYE, F. 

Az. a cross countercompony or and gu. M. Ro- 
bert de Whitneye, S. E ustase De Witeneie,£. 

Az. a cross erm. Staulton. 

Az. a cross engr. erm. Dotton. Stalton. 
Stanton or Stayton. Staunston. Stoughton, 
Stonohton, Surrey ; Bartcy. J692. Stoughton, 
St.John's, near Warwick ; tlie heiress ra. Money. 
Stouton, F. Tendail or Tendai.l. Scotland. 

Az. a cross flory erm. Briant Hir, Enderbie, 
Cambria. 

Az. a cross patty erm. Whem. 

Az. a cross moline voided erminois. Molineb, 
Ipswich, Suffolk. 

Az.acrossor. Johan deBouN.G. Bowne orBowYN. 
CHELDON,Snffolk. Dellorty. St. Denis. City of 
Durham. KingEGBERT. KnoiDiKeni; Add. MS. 
14307. Henry de Hercy, E ; or del Horcie,B, 
Harl. MS. 6137. Sire Henri de Lorty, N. 
John de Lorty, Y. Lorty, co. Leicester, and 
CO. Somerset. Sr. Walter de Mandbye, N, 
Harl. MS. 6137; and Mandby, N, Harl. 
MS. 2213. Maby or Manthey. Mautbey. 
Mawedby. Sire Wanter de Pavely, N ; 
but Maudby, N ; in Pari. Writs. Sire de 
Sceltone, N. Scholten, 1716. M. Rauff de 
Shelton, S. Sr. John Shelton, Norfolk, V. 
Shelton, Norfolk; co. Worcester; and Dar- 
rington, co. York. Silk. Tunes. And with 
a label of three points arg. M. Rauff de 
Schelton, S. 

Az. billetty or a cross of the last. Choiseul, 
Ireland. Totsham, Kent. 

Az. a cross or pierced of the first. Sr. Hugh 
Geneene, F, Cotton 3IS. Tiberius D iO. 
Genon or Genron. Gentile, Genoa; Msfcet, 
i, 193. 

Az. a cross quarter pierced or. Horsley. 

Az. a cross or pierced sa. Molineux, Cranboume, 
CO. Dorset ; quartering arg. three wolf's heads 
erased az. 

Az. a cross anchory or. Beaurain. 

Az. a cross botonny or. Button, Chester. 
JhiTFOHD, Norfolk. Molton. Warde, Kent, 
Harl. MSS. U07 and 4108. 

Az. a cross calvary or. Prester-John. 

Az. a cross croslet or. Mein, Eugland. 



CROSS cont. 

Az. a cross engr. or. Brewse. Broathum. 
Bboughton, CO. Salop. Brune. Bruyn. Sire 
Jorge deCHARNELES, JV. Sr.NicholasCHARNELs, 
CO. Warwick, F. Charnell, co. Warwick ; and 
Muston, CO. Leicester. Charnells, F*. Nichol 
CHARNELLS,,r. Sire Nichol de Charniles, 0. 
Thahnell. Yarnell. Yarvill. 

Az. a cross engr. or over all a bend gu. Bassing. 
Bassinges. 

Az. goutiy arg. a cross engr. or. (? Chaneey.) 

Az. a cross engr. voided plain or. Baewick. 
Barwyke, F. 

Az. a cross flory or. Chein Cheine or Chien. 
Cheyney. City of Durham. Edwyn, King of 
Northumherlond. Saxon Kings of England ; 
Upton. Florence. Goldacre. Lamplow. Ei- 
nion ap Llywarch. Sr. Reginald Paveley, 
lord of Broke, temp. Edward I, F. Reinaud de 
Paveli, E. Ward, Bishop Middleton, co. 
Durham ; Essex ; Kent; and co. York. Warde, 
Squerries, Kent ; a branch of Warde, Hooten 
Pagnel, co. York. Warde, Woodland Castle, 
CO. Glamorgan. And with a martlet in the 
dexter chief for diff. arg. Sir John Paveley, 
R. The martlet gold. Sire Walter de Pavely, 
O. But with a crescent for diff. Ward, Trim- 
don, CO. Durham. 

Az. a cross humelty at the tops les bouts florettes 
or. Monsirele Paveley, Y. John de Pavilly, Y. 

Az. a cross humetty terminated with four leopard's 
heads or. Peckham, F*. 

Az. a cross of four raascles conjoined or. Mellez, 
F. Miller, Radway, CO. Warwick. Miller, F. 

Az. a cross moline or. Braham, F; and co. Lan- 
caster. Brayne alias Hotoft. Suffolk, Harl. 
BIS. 1449. Brewne, Sowton Okenden, Essex. 
Sr. Morice Le Brune, L, Harl. MS. 0137. 
Brune, Collinson, Somerset, iii, 256. Brun, 
CO. Lancaster. Brune, Essex ; the heiresses 
m. Harleston, Heveringham, Tirrel, Brandon, 
and Mallory: Brune, Plumber, co. Dorset; the 
heiress m. Pleydell : both quartering lozengy 
gu. and erm. Bruyin, Essex ; and Surrey, Sr. 
Morice Bruyne, F. Cadwallader Mawr, last 
Kingof theBritons,ob.'G88; quartered byEyton, 
1674. Cistercian Abbey at Holme CuLTRA.m, 
Cumberland; impaling or a lion ramp. sa. 
LaBrion. Adam MoLEYNs,Bishopof Chichester 
1445-50. Molineux, Hawkley, co. Lancaster. 
Molineux, Tavershal, co. Nottingham, 1730. 
Molyneux, Baronetcy 1611, Baron Sefton 1831, 
Viscounty 1628,Earlof Seftonl711. Molyneux, 
Losely, Surrey ; quartering More. Ward, 
Northwood Park, Isle of Wight. 

Az. a cross moline or over all a hasten gu. SirWil- 
liam Basings, L, Harl. MS. 6137. But a bendiet 
gu. Basinges,F. But abend gu. Basinges.F*. 

Az. a cross moline pierced lozengewise or. 
Moijneux, CO. Lancaster. Molineux, Baro- 
netcy 1611, Barony and Viscount Maryburgh 
1628, Earl of Sefton 1711. 

Az. a cross moline quarterly pierced or. Bassinges, 
MoLENEUX, Sefton, co.Lancaster. De Molines. 
Sir Richard Molineux, co. Lancaster, F, 
Molyneux, Haughton ; and Teversal, co. Not- 
tingham, Baronetcy 1611-1812. Molyneitx,F«. 
Mullins, Ireland. And with a crescent for diff. 
De Moleynes, Baronetcy 179/, Baron Ventry 
1800. But with a fleur-de-lis in the dexter chief 
arg. Molineux, Kuerdale, CO. Lancaster. The 
fleurs->dc-lis or. Molyneux. Castle Dillon, co. 
Armagh ; Baronetcy 1730. 

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CEOSS cont. 

Az. a cross moline voided oi\ Sir Jobn de 
Basinge, A'', Harl. 3IS. CJ37. 

Az. a cross moliHc voided or over all a baston gu. 
Sir William de Bassinge, A^ Harl. 31 S. 6137. 
Sir William de Cassinges, L, Harl. MS. (J137. 

Az. crusily across moline (voided thronghout.i.e.) 
disjoined or. Thomas Knoles, V. Knollys 
or Knowles, Barony 1003, Viscount Walling- 
ford 1C16, Earl of Banbury 1626, ob. s. p. 1. 
1632. Knowles, Lovel Hill, co. Berks ; Baro- 
netcy 1765, quartering gu. on a cbev. arg. tbree 
roses of tlie first. 

Az. a cross patonce or. Buenchesley or 
Beenchley. Monsyer William Cheney, quar- 
tering gu. on five fusils conjoined in fess arg. 
■ so many escallops as tbe first; T. King 
Egbert, and bis successors until Edward tbe 
Confessor; Upton. Einion ap Llowarch. Sir 
Walter Panell, K.G. 1348. Panesley, Harl. 
MS. 1407. Water Paveley, S. Ward, London; 
Bowes, CO. Durbam ; and oo. York. Ward 
alias Warde, Harl. MS. 1407. Jobn Wakde, 
Q ; S. Sr. de Warde, co. York, V. 

Az. a cross patonce or a mullet for difF. W^aed, 
Great Ilford, Essex; Brayford, co. Warwick; 
and Gevendale, co. York. Warde, Barford, 
and Clopton, Norfolk ; and Welcombe House, 
CO. Warwick ; descended from Ward, Pillerton, 
CO. Warwick. 

Az. a cross patonce engr. or. Brenchley, Maid- 
stone, Kent. 

Az. a cross patonce fitcby or. (Assigned to) 
Cadwallader, last king of tbe Britons, Z, 551. 

Az. a cross patonce voided or. Malton. Melton. 

Az. a cross patty or. King Egbert. 

GOLDESBOEOUGH Or GoLDESBROUGH. LUWARD, 

CO. York. Malby, Noi-folk. WARD.Capestborne, 
CO. Cbester; Kent; Lord Mayor of London 
1681 ; and Middleton, Garton, and Gynendale, 

CO. York. • Mnnsiro Svniori t\a \\''\t}T-,, Y Soth 
W,.i;.). PWi' .■ '■ ivJI- Sa!!:,bu.v 

]:;:<: ■:'(. sii . 1 \ ' ■ ■ 

'•"vncK. Lull. MS. 
.\/i. ;• iT'lsi j!'!T!; :ci^y [•K;.^i'■^d. 

' ■...lM:i|.t,'ii'V )•;■ j;,;,.-U>. uist kii :' 

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Az. goutty and a cross patty fitcby or. Reade 
or Reede, CO. Gloucester. 

Az. a cross patty fitcby disjoined or. Brokencross. 

Az. a cross patty flory or. King Egbert. 

Az. a cross patty voided or. Winchcomb. 

Az. a cross potent or. Beanchesle, V. 
Branchesley. Beanchley. 

Az. a cross potent engr. or. Branchesley or 
Branchley. BrencSesley, V. Beenchisley, 
Harl. MS. 1465. 

Az. a cross potent fitcby or. Etheleed, King of 
tbe West Saxons. 

Az. a cross potent voided or. Sampayo, Portugal ; 
quartering quarterly or an eagle displ. gu., witb 
cbequy or and az. on a bordure gu. eigbt Ro- 
man S's of tbe first, and or six crescents re- 
versed az. and az.tive tieurs-de-lis in saltire or. 

Az across sarcelly or. Browne, Essex. Broyne, 
Kent. Brume or Brune. Sir Morice le Brune. 
L. Bruyin, Essex; and Surrey. Panell. 
Edward de Paveley, C. Rossely'ne. 

Az. a cross sarcelly disjoined or. Basinges. 
Morice de Brune, Y. 



CBOSS cont. 
Az. a cross sarcelly disjoined or over all a baston 

gu. William Basinges, Y. Monsire de 

Brenne, Y. 
A z. crusily a cross sarcelly disjointed or. Knowles, 

Earl of Banbury, ob." s. p. 1. 1632. Tbomas 

Knoles, V. 
Az. a cross sarcelly voided or. Sire Jobn de 

Basinge, Middlesex. N, Harl. MS. 2213. 
Az. a cross sarcelly voided or over all a baston 

gu. Sire William de Basinges, Kent, iV. Sire 

William Basings, Harl. MS. 6589, fo. 30 ; but 

alii Cassings, L, fo. 44. Tbe baston sinister. 

Sir William Basinos.L, Hari. MS. 0148, fo. 147. 
Az- a cross voided or. . Conway, co. Warwick. 

Warcup. 
Az. a cross voided and over all a bend or. 

Bashings. Tbe field flory or. Basing, Kent. 

Add. MS. 14307. 
Az. a cross patty per pale gu. and arg. Hospital 

of St. Thomas of Aeon, London. 
Barry of three arg. and gu. over all a cross flory 

sa. Gower, Lillesbull, and Trentbam, co. 

Staff'ord ; Baronetcy 1620. 
Barry of five arg. and gu. over all a long cross 

(sometimes called a crosier) in bend sinister or. 

Gilbertine Priory at Sempringham, co. Lincoln. 

Barry of five arg. and sa. over all a cross patty 

flory gu. Brereton, Honford, co. Chester, 

Baronetcy 1627-73; descended from Brereton, 

Malpas. 
Barry of six gu. and arg. over all a cross portate 

in bend sinister az. (?) St. Gilbert. 
Barry of seven .... and .... a cross moline 

.... over all a bendlet .... Phaire, Ireland ; 

quartering per bend .... and .... in chief a 

lion pass and in base a triple-towered 

castle . . . ., seal. 
Barry of eight arg. and gu. over all a cross flory 

sa. Goare. 
Bnrvv "-f eight arg. Dr^fl ,7u. ov " • " a cv;.ss per- 
il', 'nivnd HZ. S'i ilbkiiT. 

l;.7.i . "h\. !iV >•. 4ii. 0^"tV ■y<[ ': CTiSS pa- 

ioj;c! f)' viiw, r..~tio;i<:icy U>2':, Baron 

i::--ivir i/i.:', i-istN'Miol I'rirrVi.':..:. n.i Earl 
. "t:- \ ■ ]''- .:i;.>n:! '-l' Sl.iilV.i-'.; I'<v.l,Duke 
■ !ivi ■ : . •.-:.;*; V Ki.teriiii^ ; tveson, 
■ ^.js^iv'ib-. T^K-iirrxin. ^-^^.il-v. -range, 
,..v^^^:..^i'. ITiM; ^■'^ ' '..^-ri'. V- 1 Hill, 
. . ■'■■.•li; :i.,'.\.vlc\'u-i^ '■' ■••'■•■•■■r.i. i veson- 
GowEE, Baron Leveson 1833, Viscount Gran- 
ville 181 5, Earl Granville 1833. 
Barry of nine arg. and gu. over all a cross croslet 

sa. GowER, CO. York. 
Barry of ten arg. and gu. over all a cross patonce 
sa. GowER, F*. Sr. Edward de Stydnam, V. 
Barry arg. and gu. over all a cross sa. Jobn 

G REND ALL, Y. 

Barry arg. and gu. over all a cross flowered sa. 

Grindall. 
Bendy of tbree arg. witb compony sa. and or over 

all a cross gu. Blockborne. 
Bendy of three arg. and gu. over all a cross or. 

Gallway, Ireland. 
Bendy of tbree arg. and gu. over all a cross 

patriarchal sa. Rorke, Ireland. 
Bendy of three gu. and arg. over all a cross croslet 

filchy sa. Welstead. 
Cbequy arg. and gu. a cross az. Sire Robert de 

Reydone, iV. Ridon, Suffolk. Rowdon, Kent; 

and Suflc)lk. Sr. Rnbert Roydon, Suflolk, V. 

Roydon, Forton, Kent; and Roydon Hall, 

Suffolk. 



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811 



CBOSS cont. 
Chequy arg. and gu. a cross raoline az. Eeydon. 

EowDON, Kent; and Suffolk. Royden. 
Chequy gu. and arg. a cross az. Kyrkyn. Larkin. 

Larkyne, Roydon, Kent, Harl. MS. 1465, fo. 36. 

Stephen de Lerkinge, V. 
Chequy or and az. a cross az. Goluino. 
Chequy or and gu. a cross az. Ridon. Rowdon, 

SuflFolk. 
Erm. a cross .... John de Podynoton, Loudon, 

1327; Cotton MS. Julius C 6, fo. ISi. 
Erm. a cross croslet az. Leming. 
Erm. a cross patty az. Garthside. Leming, 

CO. Lancaster. 
Erm. a cross potent az. Leming, Colchester, 

Essex; and York. Lehyng, V. Lemynge, 

1730. 
Brm,.a^EaMejgB«rterly pierced ermines. William 

Brtjo«|4 vmMT {ihe first so called), V. 
Brtn. a cross flory ermines. Kene, V. 
Erm. a cross patonce ermines. George Keen, F. 
Erm. a cross gu. Boys, Suffolk. Colbkoke or 

CoLBROOKE. Richard Daventre, V. Robert 

Daventrev, Y. Lodbrooke. Marten or 

Marton, V. Peche. Robert de Scotto, A. 
Erm. a cross croslet fitchy gu. Curtayne. 
Erm. a cross engr. gu. Dallinger. Grandall 

or Gkaundaix. Gueen. Hawley, Brentford, 

Middlesex. Northwode, Kent. Sr. de 

NoRTHwoop, Kent, V. Roger de Northwood, 

A. John de Nokthwoode, Y. Norwood, V. 

Norwood, co. Bedford ; Tulsey, and Leckhamp- 

ton, CO. Gloucester. Sire Johan Norywode,2^. 

And with a label az. Sire Johan Norywode, le 

le fitz, 2^. 
Erm. a cross engr. gu. a crescent for diff. 

Northwood or Norwood, co. Buckingham ; 

and Norfolk; granted 1585. 
Erm. a cross flory gu. Gower, Stanesby, co. York. 

Grindall, CO. York. 
Erm. a cross humetty in the dexter chief quarter 

gu. Kingsford. 
Erm. a cross humetty and the tops invecked gu. 

Grandall, Harl. MS. 1465, fo. 40 b. 
Erm. a cross lozengy gu. Brewes. 
Erm. a cross masculy gu. John de Brewes, X. 
Erm. a cross moline gu, Fannell. 
Erm. a cross patonce gu. Go\\'er, Stitnam. 

Grandale. Grandall, V*. Sr. Walter 

Graundall, CO. York, V. Grindall. Ingham, 

CO. Leicester. Rigges. 
Erm. a cross patty gu. Bray, co. Oxford, Harl. 

MS. 1405. Claybroke, Harl. MS. 14fi5. 

Godarte. Thomns Gower, Stitenham, Y. 

Sire Walter le Grandale, N. Grandall, co. 

York. 
Erm. a cross patty throughout gu. Bray, co. 

Oxford^l^ aarrSBO)KE,F. ThomasLEYCROFT,F. 
Brtifiii i^BS'paMl^ fitchy gu. M'Clean, Ireland. 

Thomas I, 4rchbi8hopof YoiklO? 0-1100; and 
i^:'&b«mjMfi; 1109-14. 
^rm. a cross paity invected gu. Grandale, 

Harl. MS. 1407. 
Erm. a cross raguly gu. Laurence, co. Lan- 
caster. 
Erm. a cross voided gu. Hadringdon, V*. 

Hatroingdon, F. Malton, V. Moyn, F. 

Raffe de Otigedene, A ; or Otringdene, A, 

Harl. MS. 6137. 
Erm. a cross pean. Bridges. 
Erm. a cross flory purp. Rigg or Rigges. 
Erm. a cross patonce purp. Rigges, V, and 

Harl. MS. 1405, fo. 49. Rygges, V*. 



CBOSS cont. 

Erm. a cross sa. Archer, alias De Boys, Essex. 
Archer, 1730, Arther. Bois or Do Bois. 
M. Robert de Bois, 1334. Sr. Robert Boys, 
Suffolk, V. Sir Robert Boys orde Boys, L ; or 
du Boys, N. Daventre, co. Northampton. 
Daventre, F*. Martin, F*. Marton, V*. 

Erm. a cross boionny sa. Godard, co. Ches- 
ter. 

Erm. a cross croslet sa. Carrol or Carroll. 

Erm. a cross engr. sa. Houghton, co. York. 
Norwood, co. Devon ; and co. Gloucester. 
Pollard, Pollard Hall in Bishop Auckland, co. 
Durham; Brompton or Brunton, and Bierley, 
CO. York ; and Poulton, co. Lancaster. Pollard, 
Bishop's Auckland, co. Durham ; and Brauton, 
CO. York, F. 

Erm. a cross flory sa. Dickino, Bubbington, co. 
Stafford. Kene. 

Erm. a cross moline sa, Fletcher, Mawgan, 
Cornwall. Sr. John Godard, V. 

Erm. a cross patonce sa. Dickins, Babbington, 
CO. Stafford. Sr. Hugh Godard, co. Chester, F. 
Godard, Harl. MSS. 1068 and 1407. Goddard, 
1730. Grendall, CO. York. 

Erm. a cross patty sa. Sire Huge Godard, N. 
Godard, Harl. MS. 1407. Goddard. Mose. 
Moser, London. Charles Moss, Bishop of 
Oxford 1807-11. Thomas Mosse, seal, 1655 ; 
quartering per pale .... and .... three lions 
pass 

Erm. a cross patty throughout sa. Godaiid, co. 
Chester, V. 

Erm. a cross sarcelly sa. Godard, co. Chester. 

Erm. a cross voided sa. Archdeacon, Harl. MS. 
5860, fo. 4 b. 

Gu. a cross .... Eutledge, Ireland. 

Gu. a cross arg. Cann, Cornwall. Cobham, 
Randall, Kent, F. Sire Henri de Cobham, le 
oncle, N. Sire Stevene de Cobham, O. M. 
Tho. de Cobham, S. Copham. Denmark, 
Leigh, quartering arg. a cross and fleur-de-lis 
sa. with az. a chev. betw. three cruets or and 
arg. a mullet sa. Pannell. John Paynell, Y. 
Paynell, W, Estephyn Penecester, A. M. 
Ksleven Pencestre,D; or de Pencestbe,£;G; 
Y. Pinchester, F*. Stephen Pynchester, F. 
Boniface of SaVOY, Archbishop of Can- 
terbury 1245-70; Lansd. MS. ^55. Piers de 
Sauvoye, B. St. Awen or Seyntwin,co. Here- 
ford. St. John of Jeri;salem ; granted with 
the letters Fert to Savoy 1315 : Fortitudo ejus 
Rhodem lenuit. St. Michael or St. Michell, 
St. Owen, co. Here lord. Spearman or 
Abperement, Durham. Temple Hospital, 
London. Vesci or Vescy, Northampton. And 
with a label az. Sit e E.slevene de Cobham, N. 

Gu. a cross arg. over all a bend az. Hebert. 

Gu.a cross arg. over all a bend compony (counter- 
oompony, F*) or and az. Ormesby, V. 

Gu. a cross arg. over all on the dexter side a 
crosier in pale (arg., sometimes) or. Bene- 
dictine Abbey at Shirburne, co. Dorset. 

Gu. billetty and a cross arg. a mullet fur diff. sa. 
Totesham, Kent. 

Gu. crusily and a cross arg. Halsweij:,, F. 

Gu. flory and a cross arg. Henry Cobham, V. 
Henry de Cobeham, A. 

Gu. flory or a ci-oss arg. Henrei de Cobbeham, 
E ; F. Henry de Cobeham, A, Harl. MS. 6137. 

Gu. platy and a cmss arg. Welesley, Ireland, 
F. Weij,esley, F*. 

Gu. a cross botoni)y arg. Aton, F. Atton. 



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CBOSS cont. 

Gu. a cross botonny arg. over all a bend az. 
GoDLEY, Ireland. 

Gu. a cross bottony and raguly arg. John le 
Frome, Harl. MS. U65, fo. 48 b. 

Gu. a cross croslet arg. Cheistian, Ireland. 

Gu. a cross engr. arg. Bloyon, Cornwall. 
BocKHiLL or Brockhill. Bradley, V*. 
Englethorpe. Ingaldesthoep, Norfolk. M. 
.John de Ingesthorp, S. Thomas Inglethorp, 
Bishop of Rochesier l'^83-91. Inglethorp 
or Inglethorpe, Norfolk. Inglethorp, V*. 
Ingi.ethoepe, quarttved by Cotes, Harl. MS. 
6829, fo. 9. Sr. de Ingoldthorpe, Norfolk, V. 
Keme. Legh, Bradley, CO. Lancaster, F. Legh, 
The Limes, Lewisiiam, Kent; quartering Mills. 
Legh, Lyme, co. Chester; the heiress m. 
Ormerod. Leigh alias Norley, 1309. Leigh, 
Colliiison, Somerset, ii, 69. Middleton. 
Nocot'rt. Norley, Norley, co. Chester. Siie 
Thomas de Yngoldthorp, N. And with a 
label or. Sire John de Yengethorp, 0. 

Gu. crusily fitchy or across engr. arg. Brokhdll, 
Kent, V. 

Gu. a cross fleuronny arg. Bromflett. 

Gu. a cross flory arg. Atton, W. Gilbart de 
Atton, Y. Qui.ntwell or Quittwell, Filming- 
Ion, Norfolk. QuiTWELL, Norfolk. Wootwell, 

W. WOTWELL. 

Gu. a cross fusily arg. Stawell, Cothelstone, 
CO. Somerset. 

Gu. a cross of nine lozenges conjoined arg. 
Stowell, Cuderston, Harl. MS. ilU?, fo. 2. 
But ten lozenges. Thomas Stawell, V. 

Gu. a cross lozengy arg. Stanwell. Stawell, 
West Anste)', co. Devon. Stawe i.l, CoZimscm, 
Somerset, iii, 252, 253, 264. Stuwell, co. So- 
merset. 

Gu. a cross maltese arg. Knights of Malta. 

Gu. a cross of four mascles arg. at each point a 
bezant. Walois. 

Gu. a cross inasculy arg. BdtleR. 

Gu. a cross molinearg. Alford. Beake. Joan 
de Beck, E. Jon Beck. F. Thomas Becke, 
Bishop of St. David's 128093. Sire Wauter de 
Bfk, -T. Anthony Pf'', "R'shop of Lincnlr 
lil;'>, Kovvi.^h i;>OV jr.. :n,dj Bm<;:. i". .^;K^s., 
Durbi.rr.. I'r.KE, .'|i! art trod bv iiiiron •■."■]■ 
^CUMhi--; a;;;i hy W^U.-'OKhby Baroi. iHvi;; . T; 

I HiKNi.?tof; >;:• V-.i-.i dt) ^lA^■^i.V?. '' 

\ Sir jr.;-;;!!! WiiLovi !'VV, J. T.i Sir>' ' 

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Benhalle, F*. Fere, F*. But a bendletaz. 
Benhalle, F. Sr. Guy Ferree, V. The cross 
square pierced. Ferre, Harl. AIS. 1407, fo. 12. 

Gu.acrossmoline arg. over all abend sa. Fehrers. 

Gu. a cross moline arg. over all a bendlet sa. 
Sir Robert Willoughby, R. 

Gu. a cross moline sarcelled arg. Beg. 

Gu. a cross moline voided arg. Beack or Beeke. 

Gu. a cross pall arg. Deycheleb, Germany. 

Gu. a cross patonce arg, Amentom. Ameele. 
Sr. Gilbert de Aton, Cumberland, temp. Ed- 
ward I, V. Aton, temp. Edward IV, Harl. MS. 
6137. Atton, Westmoreland, F. Aumerie. 
Ayton. Bec or Beck. Latimer, 1730. Farnell. 
Paynei.l, F. M. John Paynell, Knapcost, £. 
Boniface of Savoy, Archbishop of Canterbury 
1245-70. Eustace de Vescy, F. William de 
"V'escy, B. And with a label of three points 
az. M. Thomas Latymer, S. 



CBOSS cont. 

Gu. a cross patonce arg. over all a bend flory 
counteiflory or. Latymer. 

Gu. a cross patonce voided arg. Melton. 

Gu. a cross patty arg. Aton, Westmoreland ; 
and CO. Lancaster. Sire Gilberd de Atone, N. 
Sr. Gilbert de Atton, M ; Y. Cross, 1730. Si- 
mon IsLip, Archbishop of Canterbury l-'Ug-Oe, 
Lansd. MS. 255. Paynell. Quintwell or 
Quittwell, Filmington, Norfolk. Rowgy. Order 
of St. John of Jerusalem, or Hospitallers. 

Gu. a cross patty crenelly at the ends arg. 
Batnymersh, F. 

Gu. a cross patty fitchy arg. Thomas le Bek or 
Beke, Bishop of Lincoln 1342-46. Columbers. 

Gu. a cross patiy fitchy at the foot arg. Rote. 

Gu. a cross patty pointed voided arg. at each 
corner a bezant. Henry Le Waleys, F. Sir 
Henry Lee, Wales. Harl. MS. 1405, fo. 57. 

Gu. a cross potent arg. Crosse, Liverpool, co. 
Lancaster. 

Gu. a cross sarcelly arg. Monsire de Br:KE, Y. 
Bernevill. Malton or Melton, co. Lancas- 
ter. Offield or Ofield. Paynell. Samay. 
Sir Pierce Sannay, I. 

Gu. a cross sarcelly and over all a bend arg. 
Bennall. 

Gu. a cross sarcelly arg. over all a baton az. 
Robert Benhalle, Y. Guy Ferre, G. 

Gu. a cross voided arg. Duxbury. 

Gu. bezanty a cross humetty cheqny arg. and az. 
Walsingham, Kent. 

Gu. a cross chequy arg. and sa. Sampson, Suffolk. 

Gu. a cross humetty chequy or and az. William 
Glocester, V. 

Gu. a cross chequy or and sa. Gloucester. 
Sampson. 

Gu. bezanty a cross compony arg. and az. 
Walsingham, Scadhery, Kent, F. The cross 
humetty. Sr de Walsingham, F. 

Gu. a cross compony arg. and sa. Sampson, F*. 

Gu. a cross compony or and sa. Sampson. 

Gu. a cross countercompony arg. and sa. Sr. 
Thomas Sampson, V. 

Gu. a cross countercompony or and az. Codinton. 

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Berks; Penny Darren Place, Rhonda House, 
and Landaff House, co. Glamorgan ; Yarmouth, 
Norfolk; and Aston and Rotherham, co. York. 

Gu. a cross croslet erm. Ateste. Atley or 
Ati.eigh. Sr. Richard Atleys, V. At-Lezze, 
Lezze Court, Kent. Atteleys. Keene. 
Norton, Kent, Harl. MS. 4108, fo. 61. 

Gu, a cross engr. erm, Macklesfield or 
Maxfield. Maclefield or Maclesfield, 
Horton, CO. Chester; and co. Stafford. Maxfeld, 
F. Maxfield, V* ; andco. Chester. Mayfield. 

Gu. a cross flory erm, Beake, Maidstone, Kent. 

Gu. a cross gringoly erm. heads or. Kaer. 

Gu. a cross moline erm. Bec or Beck, Pleasley, 
CO. Derby; the coheirs of Anthony Beke, Bi- 
shop of Durham 1283-1311; K,Harl. MS. 0589, 
or de Beeke, K, Harl. MS. 0137; m. Harcourt 
and Willoughby. Sr. de Beke, F. H.vrold. 
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613 



CSOSS cont. 

Gu.a cross patonceerm. Humphreys. Paynell.F. 

Gu. a cross paUy erm. Norton, Ireland. 

Gu. a cross potent erm. Sr. John Norton, Nor- 
wood, Kent, F. Norton, 1730. 

Gu. acrosssarcelly erm. BECK.co.York. Anthony 
Bek, Bishop of Durham 128 $-1311; K. Beke. 

Gu. a cross sarcelly erm. over all a bend az. Beake. 

Gu. a cross ermines. Dirwyne, Harl. MS. 1405, 
fo. 34 b. 

Gu. a cross of one barrulet ermines and an en- 
dorse erm. both humetty. Sponne. 

Gu. a cross lozengy az. and or. Courington. 

Gu. a cross or. Barnaveile. Burnaville, V. 
BuRGE. " Creneker, Kent. Sire Robert le 
Creukeb, N. Crosbie, Edinburgh. Felix, 
quartering az. a millrind or. Griffith. 
Ocurboene. Owen. Pencester, Sussex. 
John Pencestre, Y. Pyncester. Savoy. 
(?) Priory of St. John at London. 

Gu. billetty and a cross or. Sr. Francis Vilers, 
CO. Nottingbam, V. Sire Fraunceys de Vilers, 
N. ViLiERs, V*. Sr. Robert Villiers, V. 
Villiers, CO. Nottingham. 

Gu. crusily and a cross or. Fearnland. Frebant, 
CO. Buckingham. Sire Nicholas FREMBAUD.iV. 
Frenband, V. Freneland, V. Wodhous, F. 

WOODHOUSE, V*. 

Gu. across or over all on the dexter side a crosier 
in pale (arg. sometimes) or. Benedictine 
abbey at Sherborne, co. Dorset. 

Gu. a cross boionny or. Bockingham, V*. 

BOKINGHAM, V. John BOKYNGHAM, Bishop Of 

Lincoln 1302 98, seal. 
Gu. a cross boionny nowed or. William 

Chaderton, Bishop of Chester 1579, Lincoln 

1595-1008; quartering Cheteham. 
Gu. a cro^s boionny voided or. Raymond, Earl 

of Toulouse, Z, 70. 
Gu. a cross croslet or. Frenband, co. Bucking- 
ham. Keys. Streche. 
Gu. goutty d'eau and a cross croslet or. 

Hawborough. 
Gu. a cross croslet crossed next the centre or. 

Chaderton, Cheiham, co. Lancaster, V. 
Gu. a cross croslet crossed croslet next the centre 

on the upper and lower limbs or. Chaterton, 

Harl. MS. 1405. 
Gu. a cross crossed upon a griece of three steps 

or. Jones, Lanvajire, co. Denbigh. 
Gu. a cross engr. or. Allingridge. Cann. 

Sr. George Cawne, Kent, V. Crecy. Sir Sy- 

mond de Crey, Kent, V. Symond de Creye, 

A; £; or de Cray, E, Harl. MS. 6137 ; or de 

Creie, N. John de Ci<ey, Y. Girle. Grey. 

Hache. Monsire de La Hatch, Y. Leigh, 

Lyme, and Bradley, co. Chester, Harl. MS. 

1535, fo. 188. Nalingest or Nallinghurst, 

Essex. Nalingherst, Essex, V. 
Gu. a cross eugr. or over all a haston arg. Sr. 

William de Croy, L. 
Gu. a cross engr. or over all a baston sin'.ster arg. 

William de Krey, L,Harl. MS. 6148, fo. 140. 
Gu. a cross engr. or over all a bend az. Cray 

or Crey, Kent. Sire William de Cr'eie, N. 
Gu. flory and across engr. or. Nalingest, Essex. 
Gu. a cross of four escallops the tops meeting in 

the centre or. Adrian, V*. John Adryan, 

Lord Mayor of Loudon 1-270-1, W. 
Gu. a cross flory or. Delamore, quartered by 

Brougham. Latimee, Barony 1299. 
Gu. a cross flory or over all on a bend az. three 

fleurs-de-lis of the second. Latimer. 



CROSS cont. 

Gu.a cross flory of nine fusils or. Fotherby, 
CO. Lincoln, 1730. 

Gu. a cross flory of one lozenge or. Cassyll, V. 

Gu. a cross flory lozengy or. Fotherby, Barton, 
CO. Lincoln ; and Barham, Kent ; granted 1005. 
And with a crescent in the dexter chief for diff. 
Mariin Fotherby, Bishop of Salisbury 1618-20. 

Gu. a cross of five lozenges or, Benningworth. 
Byneworth, V. Bynworth, Harl. MS. 1407, 
fo. 2 b. 

Gu. a cross lozengy or. Stowell. 

Gu. a cross moline or. Berneston, V. Densy. 
Feney. Feue. Grindal or Grindall. Le Sire 
Lattymer, T\ Ashinol. MS. 1120. Monceaux, 
V. MouNSACK. Orde. Perwicue CO. Lei- 
cester ; and Blisworih, co Northampton. 

Gu. a cross moline and in the dexter chief a 
crescent or. Latimer. 

Gu. a cross moline or in the dexter chief or 
mullet arg. Beuneston, V, Monceaux, Ber- 
neston, V. The mullet pierced. Berneston. 

Gu. a cross moline pierced or. Densey. Fenne. 

Gu. a cross moliue rebated and lozenge pierced 
or. Feney, V. 

Gu. a cross patonce or. Baldwin Frevile (error 
insomeMS.). GolcaR or Goldear. Sir Gilbert 
de Heyston, L ; or de Hicton, L; Harl. MS. 
0137. Latimer; quartered by Willoughby, 
Baron Broke, U. William de Latimer, K. 
William le Latimer, E; G ; or Latymer, J. 
Hugh Latimer, Bishop of Worcester, 1535-9. 
Sr. de Latimer, co. York, V. Sir William 
Latymer, L. Le Sire Lattymer, T. Latymer, 
Corbie, and Wardun, co. Noi thampton ; Barony 
1299. And with a label of three points az. 
M. Thomas Latymer, S. The label of five 
points az. Joan le Latimer, E. The label 
az. flory gold. Sir Thomas Latimer, L; and 
Norfolk, V. Latymer, F*. The label az. 
bezanty. Sir Thomas Latimer de Bouch rax, 
L; Harl. MS. Ql-18. Latymer, Braibrok, and 
Wardon, co. Northampton; and Womundle, 
CO. Leicester. The label az. (another sa.) 
three plates. Sir Thomas Latimer le Bou- 
chard, L. The label of three points sa. nine 
bezants. Latymer. 

Gu.a cross patonce or over alia bend az. flory gold. 
Hugh Latimer, Bishop of Worcester, 1535-9. 

Gu. a cross patonce or over all on a chev. arg. 
five annulets sa. Barker, V. 

Gu. across patty or. BuRNAWicKor Burnawyke. 
Delamere, CO. Lancaster. Goldacre or 

GoULDACRE. GoLDCANE. Go^^DlfEAR, Sufl"olk. 

Sire Gilbert de Heycton, L ; "but Hoyeton in 
index; Harl. MS. 2213. Simon Ielip, Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury 1349-00. William de 
Latimer, K. Sire William le Latimer, N. 
Monsire le Latimer, Y. Sire William Latymer 
Baneret, 0. Le Sire Latymer, Y. M. William 
Latymer, 1'3S4. 

Gu. a cross patty or a label arg. Jgr^ William la 
Latymer le fllz, H. ' ""v.. 

Gu. a cross patty or a label az. Sire Thomas le 
Latymer, M. The label az. flory gold. 
Thomas Latymer, Norfolk, Y. M. Thomas 
Latymer, 1334. Sire Thomas le Latymer, 
N. John de Latymer, 0. The label sa. 
simply. ■ Sire Thomas le Latymer, N. The 
label sa. flory gold. Sir John de Latymer 
Bouchard, M. The label sa. hezanty. Sr. 
William le Latymer Bouchard, M. The label 



sa. platy. 



Sire Wiilium le Latymer, N. 



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AN OPtDINARY OF 



CROSS cont. 
Gu. a cross patty or a label sa. and a martlet arg. 

Sire William Latymer Bocbard, 0. 
Gu. across patty or over all on a bend a/, three 

fleurs-de-lis of the second. Latin or Layton. 

But flory. Sire Mostas le Latimer, N. Sire 

Nicholas Latymer, O. 
Gu. crusily and a cross patty or, Sr. Wil- 
liam le Latymer, Jf. 
Gu. across patty throughout or. Goldecar, V. 
Gu. a cross patty fitchy or. Coi.umbers, Devon. 
Gu. a cross patty fitched at foot or. Sir Gilbert 

Heyton, L, Harl. MS. 6589, fo. 44. 
Gu. a cross patty flory or. Atton. 
Gu. a cross pometty voided or. Braunston. 
Gu. a cross potent or. Chaderton, co. Lanfas- 

ter; andco. Y')rk. Chatterton,co. Cambridge. 

Chederton, V*. 
Gu. a cross potent crossed next the centre or. 

William Chaderton, Bishop of Chester ir)79, 

Lincoln 1595-1608 ; but Chatterton, Hail. 

MS. 1534, quartering Cheteham. Chadderton 

or Chatterton. Chederton, F*, quartei-ing 

Cheteham, Harl. MS. 1549, fo. 41. 
Gu. a cross raguly or. Liston. Thos. Lyston,F. 
Gu. a cross sarcelly or. Baron. Ordree. 

MOUREST. 

Gu. a cross sarcelly or flory arg. Atton or 

Attone, Westmoreland. 
Gu. a cross tau surmounted by a crescent or. 

Wanlky. 
Gu. a cross per fess or and arg. Brockhall. 

Brockhdxx. Brokhull, V. 
Gu. a cross moline per pale arg. and erm. 

Friskeney, CO. Lincoln, V. Friskney, V*. 

But the cross sarcelly. Fuskney. 
Gu. a cross per pale gu. and arg. over all a bend 

az. Predieux, F*. 
Gu. a cross moline per pale or and erm. 

FULKNEY. FuSKENRY. 

Gu. a cross flory (another, patonce) potent coun- 
terpotent arg. and az. (meaning vair). Car- 
melite Priory at Bolton, co. York. 

Gu. a cross vair. Le Counte de Albemarle, C. 
Almont. Cuyet. Prendergast. St. Quintin, 
Gansted, co. York. Tayre Tayrie or Twyre, 
Scotland. M. Robert Twyer.S. William Twyer, 
r. Sr. Robert Twyer, co. York, F. Twyre, V*. 

Gu. a cross flory vair. Legros, Earl of Albe- 
marle 1127-79; his heiress m. De Forti^us, 
Earl of Albemarle 1189-96, Z, 105. 

Gu. a cross patonce vu'r, i. ionte de Albemarle, 
D; 1 • uv v SI iiA-.:^;, E; F ; G; till 1293. 
Am.'R).'.. .'•■■:■,,: :.T(i.r: Carmelite Priory at 
Bol.r^^^•, no, 1.!!:; ' ), Earl of Albemarle. 
V.'iU'niu )M r;. ;■;■;::, , Earl of Albemarle, 

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Gn. a cross potence vair. Albemarle. 

Gu. a cross vert. Almert. 

Lozengy gu. and arg. a ci-oss of the last. Br' < 

Or a cross az. Bawne. Sr. de Bohum, Mydhir.i 

Sussex, F. Bone or Bonn, Norfolk. Bi ■ . 

John de Bodn, A; E; J. M. Robert Bownj -. 

Joan de Bracebuuge, E. Beaceb ■ 

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CEOSS co7it. 

Or a cross az. over all a bend gU. Bereng or 
Berenger. But a bendlet. Ricfiard de 
WiNCESTER, F. But a bend. Wynester, V*. 

Or a cross croslet az. Breton. Carrol or 
Carroll, Ireland. Stanapill. 

Or a cross croslet fitchy az. Gilbert Ironside, 
Bishop uf Bristol, 1089; Hereford, 1691- 
1701. 

Or a cross engr. az. Marnell. Peverell. 

Or a cross humetty pointed voided az. Burr. 

Or a cross lozengy az. Besom. 

Or a cross moline az. BoLOiNE,temp. William I, 
W. Malwyn, F. Molineux. 

Or a cross patonce az. Bologne; quartered by 
Fiennes. Boloine, temp. William 1, W. 
Walwin, CO. York. Ward, co. York. 

Or a cross patty fitched at foot az. King Edmund 
Ironside. Cadwallader, last king of Britons. 

Or a cross tau az. Order of S. Anthony. 

Or a cross voided az. Wassuorn, V. 

Or a cross engr. chequy gu. and arg. Moorman. 

Or a cross erm. Turner-CAMAC, JMount Largo, 
Ireland; quartering Turner. 

Or a cross gu. Atton. Bigott. Borough, 
Ireland. Bohrk. Brough, Ireland. Burgh, 
Earl of Ulster, F; and Harl. MS. 1603. 
quartering Mortimer, as borne by Elizabeth, 
wife of Henry VII. De Burgh, Earl of Ulster, 
Z, 110, 221. 227, 419, 450; quarterly before 
Mortimer, Z, 393, 417, 449, 452, 465. Burgh 
Lord Downes 1822; quartering Downes. 
Burgh, Bert : Burgh, Old Town, co. Kildare: 
and Burgh, Dromkeen, co. Limerick and Dn- 
nore, co. Kildare ; quartering Hussey : all de- 
scended from Ulysses Burgh, Bishop of Ar- 
dagh 1C92. William Burk, Earl of Ulster, 
1204. Caeli, W. Corsbie or Crosby, Corsby, 
Scotland. Garvey, Ireland. Laton or 
Layton. Lonyson, London ; granted 1575. 
Montmorency until 978, Z, 33. Le Conte de 
NoRFFOLKE, B ; Y; or Northfolk, E. Le Counte 
de Olwester, J; or Olunster, J ; Harl. MS., 
6137 ; or Ulster, Y. Owen Ap Grifith. St. 
Patrick. Ulcester Ulster or Ulvester, 
Ireland. Kingdom of Ulster; quartering 
arg. a dexter hand apaumy gu., Harl. MS. 4039. 
Yngham. 

Or a cross gu. a label of five points az. Bigott. 

Or a cross gu. over all a bend az. Cundall or 
Cundell. Trimnel or Trimnell. 

Or a cross gu. spotted with erm. arg. Deobody, 
Ireland. 

Or a cross botonny gu. Gullat or Gullet. 

Or a cross croslet tju. Beyerley, F*. Beyerlye, 
F. Rveriey, F*. Byerley or Byorley, co. 
Y( JVvi; ley. Hawkeworth, Burhope Hall, 
CO. • fo.'ti. Taddington, 1730. 

^ pogr. gu. Augustinian Abbey at 
.'fi. Somerset. Dallingridge or 
y.. EusTACHius. Fitz-Haute. Green, 
ill \-. Eustace de Hache, H ; K ; or de 

1, J; or de la Hacche, N. Wil- 
Hat ... ^.ii Hachk, Y. Hadshall. Hante. 
Ha?' f. I ' '.uxey. Sr. George and Sr. Thomas 
Ha'- ■ - ( ijANT. Thomas de Marmes, .(4, or 
Ma ;; ■, Harl. MS. 0137; E. Maiines. 
Ma; . r-i. hr. de Makynes, F. Nowne, Suf- 
folk \Vi;-,Lsiri^N. And with a martlet in the dex- 
tertlr ';' iz. .Hardhill, F«. The martlet vert. 
Sire ■^'' .!!■ ";i ;e Hardeshill, iV. Hardhill, F. 

HAE:.'n;i riAEDESHALL Or HaRDSHALL, CO. 

Leic Si..'". 



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615 



CROSS cont. 

Or a cross engr, gu. interlaced by five (or six) 
concentric annulets vert. Robert Gyffard, A. 

Or a cross engr. gu. over all a bend az. 
PoLTESMORE, CO. Devon. Charles Trimneli., 
Bishop of Norwich, 1708; Winchester, 1721-3, 
Trymenell, V*. But a bendlet. Cruminell, 
CO. Leicester. Sr. Nicholas Trymineij:., co. 
Leicester, V. But a baston. Sire Nicholas 
Tryminel, N. Trimoneff, CO. Leicester. 

Or a cross engr. gu. over all a bend compony az. 
and arg. Sr. William Poltesmere, co. Devon, V. 
PoLTESMORE, CO. Devon. Sr. Richard 
PoLTESMoR, N. The bend compony az. and of 
the first. Poi.TESMORE, CO. Devon. 

Or a cross flory gu. Anny, Scotland. Carliell 
or Carlisle, Kirkhampton, co. Cumberland. 
Carlill, Kent ; and Cumberland. Colvill, 
Cumberland. Frevile. And with a rose in 
the dexter chief of the second. Carlill, Cum- 
berland ; and Westmoreland. 

Or a cross humetty gu. Knolles. 

Or a cross indented gu. Sir Eustace de La 
Hach, J; Harl. MS. 6137. Thomas de 
Marinel, £; Harl. MS. 6137. 

Or a cross lozengy gu. Delahache, Harl. MS. 
1386 fo. 66. Marvyle. 

Or a cross of nine mascles gu. Qdarterman, co. 
Leicester. 

Or a cross moline gu. Favell, F*. Ingham. 
Laton, V. M. William de Laton, iS. Laton, 
CO. Somerset. Augustinian Priory at Leeds, 
Kent. LoNGViLi.ERs, r. Marshall, co. Hants. 
PiGET. Woodhall, V*. 

Or a cross moline square pierced gu. Marshall. 

Or a cross patonce gu. Carrell. Carlile, co. 
Northumberland. Freville, Cambridge. Sr. 
de Frevill, V. M. Baudewyn Frevill, S. 

Or a cross patonce round pierced gu. Doughty, 
Hanwnrth, co. Norfolk. Dowty. 

Or a cross patty gu. Burgh. Cardeill. Sire 
William de Carlel, N. Carlell or Carlyle, 
CO. Stafford. Evett, co. Worcester. Frevile. 

Or a cross patty titched at the foot gu. 

ESCUDAMORE. 

Or a cross patiy fitchy gn, Scudamore, Norton, 

and Upton Scudamore, near Warminster, co. 

"Wilts. Skydmore, CO. Hereford, changed to 

Scudamore. 
Or a cross patty flory gu. Trussell. 
Or a cross patty and at each end flory gu. Evett, 

CO. Worcester. 
Or a cross potent gu. Acres. 
Or a crosssarcelly gu. Bigot. Fttlnell. Laton. 

LONGVILLIERS, MARSHALL. 

Or a cross voided gu. Caverner. Hamon 
Creveceuer, B. Sr. de Crevecoeur, Kent, V. 
Robert de Creveceur, D ; or Crevecuer, E ; 
or Crevecure, E; Harl. MS. 6137. Ro. de 
C'UEQR', A ; or Crevequer, A, Harl. MS. 6137. 
Creverquere. Crevesuer, V*. Harrington. 
Augustinian Priory at Leeds, Kent. Taverner. 
Robert de Trenamer, F. 

Or a cross lozengy gu. and vair. Exmill. 
Exnnle,. V, but Exnule in text, and Exunle 
in index, V, Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10. 
Frevile, co. Worcester. Sr. Baldwin de 
Fryville, Harl. MS. 1465, fo. 38 b; or 
Baudwin de (Frivile in a later hand), F. 

Or a cross lozengy gu. and vert. Frevile, Harl. 
MS. 1407, fo. 2. Frevill, Hari. ilfS. 146.5, fo.38b. 

Or a cross lozengy sa. and arg. Sr. Henry Bessom, 
V, and Harl. MS. 1465, fo. 38 b. Bessum. 



CBOSS cont. 

Or a cross masculy gu. and vair. Sire Allisandre 
de Frewylle, N. John Frevyle, Y. 

Or a cross per pale gu. and sa. Broke, co. 
Chaster. Brook, 1730. Brook or iiRooKE, 
Norton, co. Chester. 

Or a cross engr. per pale gu.and sa. Broke, Nacton, 
and Broke Hall,Sufi"olk;bartcy. 1631 -as,* 1813. 
Broke, Leighton, co. Chester, V, and Harl. MS. 
1465,fo.45,a8BROOK. Brooke, Horton,co. Glou- 
cester. Brooke, Mere, co. Chester; quartering 
Langford. Brooke, Norton Priory, co. Chester; 
Baronetcy 1602. Brooke, Chester, and Byrn, 
Beaumaris, co. Anglesey, bart. Brooke, 
Colebrooke, co. Fermanagh; baronetcy 1822. 
Brookes, York; baronetcy 1676-1770. 

Or a cross raguly per pale gu. and sa. Brooke, 
Nacton, Sutfolk ; Baronetcy 1661-93. 

Or a cross engr. per pale sa. and gu. Broke, 
Nacton, Sufl'olk; baronetcy 1661-93. 

Or a cross indented quarterly gu. and az. Irons. 

Or a cross engr. quarterly gu. and sa. Brooke, 
Norton, co. Chester, Harl. MS. 1465, fo. 45 h. 

Or a cross sa. Aton. Sir Gilbert de Atton, ; Y. 
Brugges. Eaton. Eton. Sire William de 
Vesci, N. Vesci; quartering Tyson. John de 
Vescy, A; D ; G. Eustace Vescy, Y. Vescy, 
Ireland; and Northumberland. Dominus de 
Vescy, V. Sr. William Vesey, I. Vesey, V*. 
Joan de Vessi, E ; F. Villiers, France. 

Or a cross sa. a label of five points gu. William 
de Vessy, A; E. 

Or a cross sa. over all a bendlet gu. Barrett. 

Or a cross croslet sa. Christian. 

Or a cross engr. sa. Cistercian Abbey at Bindon, 
CO. Dorset. Brocket. Augustinian Abbey at 
Bruton, CO. Somerset. Robert de Giffard 
(in margin 'credo Ufford'^, E. Robert 
GiFFORD, V. Mohun, Boconnock Hall, Corn- 
wall ; and Oakhamptou, co. Devon ; Baronetcy 
1612; Baron Mohun 1628. Sr. John Mohun, 
V; or Moun, H. Mohun, CoHtn«ora, Somer- 
set ii, 9. M. de Mohun, S. Mohuon, Baron 
of Dunster, Z, 383. John de Moun, .ST; N. 
Monsire de Moun, Y. Le Sire Moune, Y. 
Robert D'Offord, G. Rait or Rhet, Hal- 
green ; and Drumnager, Scotland. Reath, Ed- 
mistoun. (Ufford) Le Count de Southfolke, 
P; 171 error. 

Or a cross engr. sa. on a label of three points arg. 
as many torteaux. Moon or Moyne, Cornwall. 

Or a cross engr. sa. a label of five points compony 
gu. and arg. Moune or Moynes. Sir Reignold 
MoYNE, in margin Mohun, R. 

Or a cross engr. sa. a label gu. Sire John de 
MoouN, 0. The label of three points gu. 
charged with nine bezants. Mohun, V*. 
MoNE, Cornwall. Moun, V. Moi^njs, Moyne 
Park, Essex. 

Or a cross engr. sa. a label of the first charged 
with hurts. Moone. 

Or a cross engr. sa. over ill five concentric annu- 
lets az. Robert Gifford, A, Harl. MS. 6137. 

Or a cross engr. sa. over all a bend az. 
Treville. 

Or a cross engr. sa. over all a (bend, Mohun, V*) 
bendlet gu. Meyny. Mohun, V. Mowne. 

Or a cross flory sa. Ainslie, Dolphington, and 
Pilton, Scotland; and Great Torrington, co. 
Lincoln, bart. Brocket or Brockett, co. 
Hertford. Berbrome. M. Thomas Lampelewe, 
S. Lamplew. Thomas Lamplugh, Bishop of 
Exeter 1676; Archbishop of York 1688-91. 



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CROSS cont. 

Lamplow, F*. Sire Johan de Lamplou, N. 

Sr. John Lamplowe, co. Northumberland, V. 

Lamplugh, Lam plugh. Cumberland. Lamplugh; 

impaling Smith, Robert de Langplowe, G. 

Langriplover. Plower. 
Or a cross flory sa. over all a bendlet gu. 

Nelston, Mawdisley, co. Lancaster 1587. 
Or a cross flory voided sa. Lamplugh or 

Lamplow. 
Or a cross humetty at the tops and les {boutf: Y) 

chefs florettes sa. Thomas Berbroune, T. Sire 

Johan de Lamplou, N. 
Or a cross indented sa. Robert Giffarde, F. 
Or crusily and a cross patty sa.. Moyne. 
Or a cross patty engr. sa. Peshall. 
Or a cross patty fitchy sa. Lampuric. 
Or a cross lozengy sa. Besom. Gaffard. 

GlFFORD. 

Or a cross moline sa. Caples. Sampson, Sir 

William Samsonne, I. 
Or a cross patonce sa. Brocket, Brocket 

Hall, CO. Hertford. Broket. Godschall. 

Sampson, Barwycke, V. 
Or a cross patonce sa. over all a bendlet gu. 

Nelston, Mawdisley, Sloane MS. 1301, fo. 219. 
Or a cross patty sa, Sampson. Sire Johan 

Samsom, N. 
Or a cross raguly sa. Berkae, Germany. 
Or a cross sarcelly sa. Saunson. 
Or a cross vair. Exmvle. Exunle, Camor. 

WiLLINGTON. 

Or a cross vert. Candall. Sr. de Husse, Hers 
well, CO. Lincoln, V; Baron Hussey of Sli- 
ford, W. Hussey, Kent; and Sussex ; quarter- 
ing Hussey, (barry of six erra. and gu.) with 
Lake, Lucas, Taylor, Fairsted, and Callow. 
Sir John HussEy, R. Hussey, co. Dorset; 
Hador, Gowthorp, and Linwood, co. Lincoln ; 
and Wiltshire. Hussy, Dnffifld, co. York. 
Kendall or Cend all. Rising, F*, Shelton, 
Harl. MS. 1441. And with a label gu. Hussey, 
CO. York; and Ireland. Sire Johan Husee, 
N ; or DE LA Husee, Y. 

Or a cross vert over all a bend gu. Beringer 
or Boranger. Sire Ingram Berenger, N. 
Beringer, F*. Borenger. Vertnige, 

Or a cross vert over all on a bend gu, three 
fleurs-de-lis of the first, Beringer, co. 
Buckingham. 

Or a cross vert over all a bendlet gu, Benger, 
Kent, Sr. Ingram Beinger, co. Hants, 
V. Beringer. Binger, Haugham, Kent. 
Boranger, IF. Hussey. Rerenger, Owborn, 
CO. Buckingham. 

Or ft iv.(;S' ' ert ov"' oil a baston gu. Ingram 
.»'.r!'.i-.:\Gi,.: V. 

i.'.r r», '.raw < vocle! voft. Stedman, CO. Gloucester. 
ST.:i .s:vy, ;■<,. .■llr".- .^<;ter 1716. 

Or a crobrt -.jiy^v Hussey, Kykkbryn, 

Norwich. Noxi;- a.. j;f or Noves, Shelf- 
hanger, co. N r.Vil; ?.':•'. ,U.S\ 1449, fo. 71. 
Sr. Edmund . N'o';v .. >;.>;•;'))!!:, F. M.Ed- 
ward Noon, S. -Num-,.', ]■■■', ■Vhom:. '"orfolk. 
NuNN, 1716. 

Or a cross flory vert. Da^l r.v. 

Or a cross raguly vert. ANKETt^, . etel Grove 
CO. Monaghan. 

Pean a cross quarter-pierced erminois, Groin> 
Wellington, or Willington, Norfolk, Harl. MS. 
1177, fo. 150-154 b. 

Per bend arg. and sa. a cross potent counter- 
changed. Almack, Sufi'olk, 



CROSS cont. 

Per bend az. and arg. a cross moline per bend or 
and of tbe first. Hawtre, co. Bedford. 

Per bend dancetty or and az. a cross moline 
counterchanged. Smyth, Anrables, co. Hert- 
ford ; quartering Willarby.Otteby, Lilburne, and 
Shan. 

Per bend or and gn. a cross mnline counter- 
changed. Spurdens, Lubeck ; and Norwich, and 
North Walsham, Norfolk. 

Per bend or and sa. a cross potent counter- 
changed. Alman, Pevensey, and Warbleton, 
Sussex; heiresses m. Meres and Parnell. 

Per bend dancetty sa. and arg. a cross moline 
in the sinister chief of the last. Bemeley. 

Per bend sinister indented sa. and or a cross sar- 
celly in chief of the second. Beverley. 

Per chev. arg. and gu. a cross counterchanged. 
Chapman, co. York. 

Per chief arg. and gu. a cross moline counter- 
changed. Columbers. 

Per chief arg. and gu. a cross resercely counter- 
changed. Maheu Columbers, Y. 

Per chief arg. and gu. over all a cross moline or. 
Folvile or FoLviLL, CO, Chester. Folvile 
called FovELL, Midlewicb, co. Chester; con- 
firmed 1599 ; Harl. MS. ri095, p. 25. Folvile 
alias FoviL Fovile or Fovill, Midlewicke, 
CO. Chester; confirmed 1599; Harl. MS. 1424. 

Per chief arg. and or over all a cross moline gu. 
(The ancient coat of) Folvile, HarL MS. 1424. 

Per chief sa. and arg. over all a cross gu. Order 
of tbe Temple, C. 

Per fess arg. flory sa. and arg, over all a cross of 
the second. Suyluer, F. 

Per fess arg. and gu. a cross moline counter, 
changed. Colvile. Mathew de Columbers, E; 
F; V. Mahend. 

Per fess arg. and gu. a cross sarcelly counter- 
changed. Columbers. 

Per fess arg. and or over all a cross moline gu. 
Folvile, Ashby, co. Buckingham ; and co. 
Huntingdon. 

Per fess az. and gu. over all a cross or. Lort, 
Stackpoole Court, co. Pembroke; Baronetcy 
16fi2-98 ; the heiress m. Campbell. 

Per fess az. and or a cross moline counter- 
changed. Braham, Suffolk, F. 

Per fess erm. and or over all a cross patty arg. 
Folvile. 

Per fess erm. and or over all a cross moline gu. 

FaNNELL. FaVYLE. FOLEVILLE, V. FoLVILE, 

CO. Leicester; Harl. MS. 1424, fo. 61 b. 

Per fess erm. and or over all a cross sarcelly gu. 
Fannell. Felvile. Folleville or Folvile. 

Per fess gu. and arg. a cross moline counter- 
changed. Columbers. 

Per fess or and arg. over all a cross moline gu. 
Folville, CO. Leicester. 

Per fess or and az. over all a cross moline gu. 
depressed by a bend sa. Langton, T'*. 

Per fess sa. and arg. over all a cross gu. Order 
of the Temple, C. 

Per pale .... and .... over all a cross moline 
.... Giles de Merc; seal. 

Per pale arg. and gu. a cross counterchanged 
over all a bend az. Predieux, Cornwall ; F; 
and Harl. MS. 1465, fo. 35. 

Per pale arg. and gu. a cross engr. counter- 
changed. Haydon, Grove, co. Hertford. Lant, 
Exeter. Lant, co. Stafi'ord, F. Lante. And 
with a 5 foil in the dexter chief. Lant, Port- 
cullis Herald, F. Lant, Thorp Underwood, 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



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CBOSS cont. 

CO. Northampton; Devon; and co. Stafford; 
quartering Andrews. 

Per pale arg. and gu. a cross patonce counter- 
changed over all a (bend, V*) bendlet sa. 
Pbedieulx, V. 

Per pale arg. and gu. a cross patty counterchanged 
over all a bend of the first. Pbydeux. 

Per pale arg. and or over all a cross moline gu. 
Okdre, Baron, V. 

Per pale arg. and sa. a cross engr. counterchanged 
Benynqton. Berinoton, CO. Salop ; quarter- 
iog Winsley, oo. Hereford. Berinoton, V. 
BerningtoNjF*. Bernyngton, V. Berynqton, 
V*. 

Per palearg.and sa.acrossmolinecounterchanged. 
Augustinian Hospital of St. Mary le Grand, 
Bishopsgate Without, London. 

Per pale arg. and sa. a cross patonce counter- 
changed. Bbaham, V. 

Per pale arg. and vert over all a cross sarcelly gu. 
Ingham, Norfolk. 

Per pale az. and arg. a cross lozengy counter- 
changed. Haslefoote. 

Per pale az. and arg. over all a cross moline gu. 
Pechein. The cross sarcelly. Pebcham. 

Per pale az. and gu. over all a cross engr. erm. 
Sr. de Barney, Dyrbyn ; V. Stooghton. 

Per pale az. and gu. over all a cross fleur-de-lisy 
on the sides or. Gilbert Ironside, Bishop of 
Bristol lfi61-7l ; and his son Gilbert, Bishop 
Bristol 1689, Hereford 1691-1701; quartered 
by Fust. 

Per pale az. and gu. over all a cross patonce or. 
Ironside, Houghton-le-Spring, co. Durham. 

Per pale az. and purp. over all a cross flory or. 
ISAACK, BolIiot,£xeter,andHeavitree,co.Devon. 

Per pale erm. and vert over all a cross patty gu. 
Ingeham or Ingham. 

Per pale gu. and az. over all a cross engr. arg. 
Sr. Thomas Barney, V. 

Per pale gu. and az. over all a cross engr. erm. 
Barney, Park Hall, Norfolk. Sir de Barney, 
Dyrbyn, V. Barny, V*. 

Per pale gu. and az. over all a cross botonny or. 
Snell, Hemsted Marshall, co. Berks, Harl. MS. 
4108. 

Per pale gu. and az. over all a cross flory or. 
Wayneman, Fiingeford, and Thame Park, co. 
Oxford. Waineman or Wenman, Baronetcy 
1662-1800; Barony and Viscounty 1628. 

Per pale or and az. a cross lozengy counter- 
changed. Haslefoote. 

Per pale or and az. a cross patty also fitchy at 
foot counterchanged. Clopton, Clopton, co. 
Warwick, Harl. MS. 1563 fo. 49. 

Per pale or and az. over all a cross flory gu. 
Langton. And with for diff'. a bend sa. Langton. 

Per pale or and az. over all a cross moline gu. 

QUAERA or QUEREY. 

Per pale or and az. over all a cross moline gu. 
a bendlet sa. Langton, V. 

Per pale or and gu. a point in point erm. over all 
a cross tau az. Anthony de Lisle, Garssey, V. 
Lylsey, Harl. MS. 1386 fo. 66. 

Per pale or and gu. goutty erm. over all a cross 
tau az. Anthony, Guernsey. 

Per pale or and gu. a cross patty counterchanged. 
Clopton, co. Warwick. 

Per pale or and gu. a cross patty throughout hu- 
metty fitchy {like patonce) at foot counter- 
changed. Clopton, V. Cockfeild, Harl. MS. 

1465 fo. 8, b. COKEFELD, F. 



CBOSS cont. 
Per pale or and gu. a cross tau counterchanged. 

Thomas Thirlby, Bishop of Westminster 1540 

Norwich 1550, Ely 1554 9. 
Per pale or and sa. a cross engr. counterchanged. 

Benyngton. 
Per pale or and vert over all a cross fourchy gu, 

HiNGHAM. 

Per pale or and vert over all a cross moline gu. 

Engham. Higham, Norfolk. Sr. Oliver 

Ingham, Norfolk, V. 
Per pale or and vert over all a cross pometty gu. 

Augustinian Priory at Combwell, Kent; Cole 

MS. xviii, 216. 
Per pale or and vert over all a cross resercely gu. 

Monsire Oliver de Ingham, Y. 
Per pale (or) and vert over all a cross resercely 

gu. a bend sa. John de Longeton, Y. 
Per pale purp. and az. over all a cross flory or. 

Wayneman or Wenman. 
Per pale sa. and gu. both goutty d'or over all a 

cross moHne fitchy of the (second, F*.) third. 

Rede, V. 
Per pale sa. and or a cross engr. counterchanged. 

Pole, Z, 442. 
Per pale sa. and sa. goutty d'or over all a cross 

flory (another, patty) fitchy arg. Reade, Mid- 
dlesex. 
Per pale vert and or over all a cross moline (gu, 

another) sa. Bigot. 
Per pale vert and or over all a cross resercely gu. 

and a label sa. Hugh de Baucoy le Labyn, C ; 

in the margin 'Ingham's cote ' Harl. MS. 6589. 
Per pale vert and sa. over all a cross patty arg. 

Fox, Essex. 
Per pale vert and sa. over all a cross potent arg. 

Fox, Rodon, Essex, F. 
Per saltire arg. and gu. a cross croslet counter- 

changed. Twiselden, Kent. 
Per saltire arg. and gu. over all a cross or. Gage. 
Per saltire az. and gu. over all a cross botonny 

or (sometimes standing on a bezant). Lanfranc, 

Archbishop of Canterbury 1070-89 ; Lansd. MS. 

255. 
Per saltire az. and gu. over all a cross botonny 

crowned arg. standing on a mound or. King 

Athelstan, Harl. MS. 1465, fo. 48 b, and 4033. 
Per saltire az. and gu. over all a cross patonce 

or. Athelston. 
Per saltire az. and gu. over all a cross potent or. 

Prewes. 
Per saltire erm. and or over all a cross patonce 

gu. Durrant, Southover, Sussex. 
Per saltire gu. and arg. over all a cross croslet or. 

Prowes, F*. 
Per saltire gu. and az. over all a cross botonny 

standing on a mound or. King Athelstan. 
Per saltire gu. and az. over all a cross croslet or. 

Prewis, Harl. MS. 1465 fo. 48. Prowes, F. 
Per saltire gu. and az. over all a cross flory or. 

Athelstan. 
Per saltire gu. and az. over all a cross potent or. 

Prewes, Harl. MS. 1465 fo. 44 b. 
Per saltire or and arg. over all a cross patty ae. 

Hugh Pace Pudsatz Pudsey Pusatz Pusey 

or de P0TIACO, Bishop of Durham 1153 95; 

Harl. MS. 1407 fo. 86, and 1465 fo. 29. Pddsey, 

Northumberland. 
Per saltire or and erm. over all a cross humetty 

gu. Orgaine, CO. Wilts ; and Lambrooke, co. 

Berks. Owgan, Lamborne, co. Berks. 
Per saltire or and erm. over all a cross patonce 

eU. DURANT. 

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CBOSS cont. 

Purp. a cross patty flory {i. e. patonce) arg. Bo- 
niface of Savoy, Archbishop of Canterbury 
1245-70. 

Quarterly arg. and az. a cross counterclianged. 
Bevenott. Bevercot. Beverett. But over 
all a label of three points gu. Bevercot. 
Bevenott, V*. Beverett, V. 

Quarterly arg. and az. a cross engr. counter- 
changed. Haydon, Grove, Oxley, and Watford, 
CO. Hertford. William de Haydon, Newstrete, 
CO. Somerset, F. Headon or Heydon, co. 
Hertford ; and co. Lincoln. 

Quarterly arg. and az. a cross moline counter- 
changed. Collingborne. 

Quarterly arg. and az. a cross patonce counter- 
changed. Eton. 

Quarterly arg. and az. a cross sarcelly counter- 
changed. James, Surrey. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. a cross counterchanged. 
Barnaby or Barnarly. Barnerly. Beverley, 
V. Bewley, London, 1245. Haydon, V*. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. a cross botouny counter- 
changed. Crosland, quartered by Calvert, 
Harl. MS. 5866. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. a cross engr. counter- 
changed. Haydon, Baconstrope, Norfolk. Sr. 
John Haydon, Norfolk, V. Sir Henry Hey-don, 
temp. Edward IV, Harl. MS. 6137. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. a cross flory counter- 
changed. Chisull. Crosland, co. York. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. a cross patonce counter- 
changed. Hugh Chishtill, temp. Edward II, V. 
Haighdon, Heydon or Heyton ; Harl. MS. 
1988. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. a cross patty counter- 
changed. Thomas Chethewode, Wodyll, seal. 
Chetwood, CO. Buckingham. Chishull, Essex. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. a cross throughout gu. 
Walter de (Berg, Leland,) Burg, C. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. a cross croslet in the dex- 
ter chief of the second. Crosse, granted 1602. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. a cross flory in the dexter 
chief of the second. Crosse. 

Quarterly arg. and or over all a cross engr. gu. 
Frethorne. 

Quarterly indented arg. and sa. a cross coun- 
terchanged. Glendining. Glendonyn. 
Glendinning or GLENDONWYN,ThatIlk; Nisbet, 
i, 113 ; Lansd. MS. 255 fo. 20 h ; which coat, or 
rather one having an earlier origin with the field 
quarterly engrailed, passed by marriage, 1474, 
to Coulthart of Coulthart, chief of the name ; 
and is quartered with seven other coats by John 
Ross Coulthart, Esq., of Ashton-under-Lyne, 
CO. Lancaster, the present representative of the 
Coulthart and Glendonyn families: Knowles, 
Genealogy of the Coultharts, fo. 13 and 18. 

Quarterly arg. and sa. a cross flory counter- 
chanced. Grosvenor. CO. Chester. James. 



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y. Taylard, CO. Huntingdon. And with a 
lahel for difi". Eaton, Eaton, co. Chester. But 
with a mullet in the dexter chief of the second. 
Eaton, London, 1687. 

Quarterly arg. and sa. a cross patonce per cross 
sa. and or. Taylard, V. Taylor, T'*. 

Quarterly arg. and vert a cross counterchanged. 
Clarke. 



CBOSS cont. 

Quarterly arg. and vert over all a cross counter- 
corapony of the second and first. Norhope, 
Kent; and co. Nottingham. 

Quarterly az. and arg. a cross moline in the dex- 
ter chief of the second. Cross. 

Quarterly az. and erm. over all a cross or. 
OSBOURNE, 1716. 

Quarterly az. and erm. over all a cross engr. or. 
Osborne, 1646. 

Quarterly az. and gu. over all a cross flory arg. 
Snell, CO. Wilts. SuELL. The cross sarcelly. 
Snell. 

Quarterly az. and gu. over all a cross erm. 
Barnes. Barney or Berney, Norfolk. 

Quarterly az. and gu. over all a cross engr. erm. 
Stadghton. Anthony Stoughton, co. War- 
wick, 1619, W. Stoughton, Surrey. 

Quarterly az. and gu. over all a cross flory or. 
Ironside. The cross patonce. Ironside. 
Snell, F, and Harl. MS. 1465 fo. 56 b. 

Quarterly erm. and arg. over all a cross gu. 
a bend or. Schordeth. Shordiche, V*. But 
a bendlet. Sr. de Schordeche, F; Cotton MS. 
Tiberius D 10. 

Quarterly erm. and az. over all a cross or. 
Osborne, Baron Godolpliin, 1832; quartering 
Godolphin. Osborne, co. York. Osborne, 
Lord Mayor of London 1583; Baronetcy 1620, 
Baronies 1673 and 1832, Viscounties 1673 and 
1675, Earl of Danby 1674, Marquis of Carmar- 
then 1689, Duke of Leeds 1694; quartering 
D'Arcy. 

Quarterly erm. and az. over all a cross engr. or. 
Osborne, Kelniarsh, and Dodington.co. North- 
ampton. 

Quarterly erm. and gu. over all a cross or. 
Osborne, London ; and Kent. 

Quarterly gu. and az. over all a cross engr. arg. 
Berne. 

Quarterly gu. and az. a cross of four pheons the 
points to the centre arg. Trvesukwe, Harl.MS. 
1404 fo. 22. 

Quarterly gu. and az. over all a cross engr. erm. 
Berney, Park Hall, Norfolk ; Baronetcy 1620. 

Quarterly gu. and az. over all a cross flory or. 
Burton. Gilbert Ironside, Bishop of Bristol 
1661-71 ; or his son Gilbert, Bishop of Bristol 
1689, Hereford 1691-1701. Snell, Kennicott, 
CO. Devon; co. Gloucester; and Kingston, co. 
Wilts. 

Quarterly gu. and az. over all a cross moline or. 
Snell, Hampstead Marshall, co. Berks. 

Quarterly gu. and az. over all a cross patonce or. 
Ironside. Wenman, co. Oxford ; Baronetcy 
1662-1800. 

Quarterly gu. and or over all a cross arg, 
Streveling. 

Quarterly gu. and or a cross in the dexter chief 
arg. Middleton, co. York. 

Quarterly gu. and or a cross flory in the dexter 
chief arg. Middleton, Middleton Hall, co. 
Lancaster. Middleton, Silksworth, 1615; 
quartering Wardwick, and Strynley. And with 
a mullet in the centre for diflP. Middleton, 
Seaton,1615. 

Quarterly gu. and or over all a cross of five fusils 
arg. Fotherinoay, Harl. MS. 5804 fo. 59 b. 

Quarterly gu. and or a cross moline for difi". in 
the dexter chief arg. Sr. Symon Chamberleyn, 
F. Chamberlyn. F*. 

Quarterly gu. and or a cross patonce in the first 
quarter arg. Thomas Midleton, Belso, North- 



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CBOSS cont. 
umberland, F. Middleton, Westerham, Kent. 

. MiDDLETON, Belsay, Northumberlaud; Baro- 
netcy 1662 : from whom descended Myddleton, 

. Offerton, co. Durham, quartering Wharton and 
Conyers ; the coheirs m. Wharton and Heron. 
William de Midletone, E. Muddelton, J^. 
Stryvelin, V. 

Quarterly gu. and or over all a cross patty arg. 

. LiVERPOLE. 

Quarterly gu. and or a cross patty in the dexter 

chief arg. John Midelton, Nonhumberland, F. 
Quarterly gu. and or over all a cross potence arg. 

Levehpoole. 
Quarterly gu. and or a cross patonce in the dexter 

chief of the second. . Mlddleton, F*. 

MiDLETON, Kent, Harl. MS. 4108 fo. 61. 
. Strivelin, V*. 
Quarterly gu. and or a cross patty in the dexter 

chief of the second. Middleton. 
Quarterly gu. and sa. over all a cross arg. Pigot. 

Pyoott, F. 
Quarterly gu. and sa. over all a cross engr. arg. 

RiGGE, CO. Hants ; and Ryegate, Sussex. 
Quarterly or and arg. over all a cross lozengy sa. 

Sv?YNERT0N. 

Quarterly or and az. a cross moline (i. e. sarcelly) 
counterchanged. Collingborne, F. 

Quarterly or and az. a cross patonce counter- 
changed. CoLiNGBDRN. The cross patty. 
Collingburne, Northumberland. 

Quarterly or and az. over all a cross flory gu. 
Langton. 

Quarterly or and az. over all a cross moline gu. 
Peron. Quarley, co. Wilts. 

Quarterly or and az. over all on a griece of three 
steps a holy cross all (of the first fulfylled sa. 
i. e.) sa. fimbriated gold. Cluniao Priory at 
Lynton, CO. Nottingham ; Cole MS. xviii, fo. 
215 b. 

Quarterly or and gu. a cross moline in the sinister 
chief arg. Monsire Symon deCHAMBERrAYNE,r. 

Quarterly or and gu. over all a cross lozengy arg. 

FODERINGHAY. FoDRlNGAY. 

Quarterly or and gu. a cross patonce saltirewise 
coupterchanged. Essex, co. Bedford; co. 
Buckingham ; and Essex. 

Quarterly or and gu. overall a cross arm. Camock, 
Walden, Essex. Gammocke. 

Quarterly or and gu. a cross croslet in the first 
quarter of the second. Middleton, Unthank, 
CO. Durham. 

Quarterly or and sa. a cross flory counterchanged. 
Stanley. Tayler, London. 

Quarterly or and sa. a cross lozengy counter- 
changed. HONT. 

Quarterly or and vair over all a cross gu. Gall. 

Quarterly or and vert over all a cross engr. gu. 
Ingham, Earl. MS. 1465 fo. 45 b; Kent; and 
Norfolk. 

Quarterly or and vert over all a cross moline gu. 
Ingham, Norfolk. 

Quarterly sa. and arg. a cross counterchanged. 
Larayne or Lareyn. Sr. de Lareyn, F. 
Loeaine, Kirkeharle, Northumberland ; Baro- 
netcy 1604. And with a crescent for diff. 
LoRAiNE, Lumley Park, co. Durham. 

Quarterly sa. and arg. a cross flory counter- 
changed. Eyton. Fletcher. 

Quarterly sa. and az. over all a cross engr. or. 
Crown or Crowne. 

Quarterly sa. and gu. over all a cross arg. 
Hague. 



CBOSS cont. 
Quarterly sa. and gu. over all a cross engr. arg. 
Rudge, Seysdon, co. Stafford ; and Evesham, 
CO. W^orcester. 
Quarterly sa. and vert over all a cross croslet arg. 

Fox, Essex. 
Sa. a cross arg. Bernham. Sire William de 
Brom.O. Delamare. Delamore, F*. Fannell. 
Havenell. Homell or Honell, Suffolk. Sr. 
de HovELL, Sufi'olk, V. Hovell, Sussex. 
More, Kittington, co. Nottingham. More or 
De la More, co. Leicester. Sr. William 
De la More, V ; Y. Orfeur, High Close, and 
Plumbland Hall, Cumberland ; granted 1685; 
the coheirs m. Yates and Pattenson. Bene- 
dictine Abbey of St. Augustin at Canterbury. 
Sa. billeity and a cross arg. Estingrave, Kent. 

Morris. N orris. 
Sa. a cross quarterly pierced arg. St. Barbe,co. 
Somerset, Harl. MS. 2012 fo. 44. Saintberbe, 
CO. Somerset. Harl. MS. 1465 fo. 42 b. 
Sa. a cross anchory arg. Arpin. 
Sa. a cross croslet arg. Bickerstaffe, Kent ; 
and CO. Lancaster. Crouchman. Durant, 
Middlesex. 
Sa. a cross croslet in saltire arg. Giles, Giles- 
town or Gilston, CO. Glamorgan; quartering az. 
a chev. hetw. three coronets adorned with two 
ostrich feathers .... Kerne. And with a 
crescent in chief. Howell Kerne, F. 
Sa. a cross engr. arg. Bloyne. Thomas 
Bradford, F. Bradford, co. Chester; and co. 
Devon. Castelyn. Kiekbrid, Kirkbridge, 
Cumberland. Knutsford, Knutsford; Harl. 
MS. 1988. Morris. Paget. Woodburn. 
Sa. a cross flory arg. Bawee. Bowert or Bowet. 
Braham, Windsor. Brushford, co. Devon. 
Chatham, co. Lancaster. Estonce or Estonne, 
Essex. Favencourt. Augustinian Priory at 
Haltemphise, CO. York. Lassew Lassey or 
Lassow. Mannock, Stoke, Sufiblk, quartered 
by Fust. PoLEFOKD. Seward. Richard 
SiWARD, E, Harl. MS. 6137; J: or Sywaed,£; 
G ; I, Harl. MS. 6589. M. Richard Sywaed, 
D. Sr. Richard de Syward, H. Snard, Corn- 
Cornwall. Seward Snardicote, Cornwall, F. 
Sward. Swardicote or Swardscote, Cornwall. 
Sa. billetty and a cross flory arg. Irishe, F. 
Sr. John de Moeais, L, Harl. MS. 403-3. Sir 
John Moreys, L, Harl. MS. 6589 ; or Morris, 
L, Harl. MS. 65B9 fo. 44 : but Norays, L, 
Harl. MS. GIST. Norreysot Norris, Penlyne, 
CO. Glamorgan. 
Sa. billetty or a cross flory arg. Norris, Geist, 
Norfolk ; descended from Norris, Milverton, 
00. Somerset. 
Sa. a cross flory raguly arg. Bbotherton, Stub- 
bings House.Maidenhead; quartering arg. three 
herons sa. 
Sa. a cross fusily arg. Sir Robert Palfoed, L. 
Sa. across humetty at top andjloretie lechef&rg. 
Sire Richard Siwaed, N, Harl. MS. 4033 text; 
and 2116 fo. 20 b. Robert Stuwabde, K, Harl. 
MS. 6137. 
Sa. billetty arg. a cross humetty at top and there 
flory of the last. Sr. John Mobis.co. Gloucester, , 
Harl. MS. 1465 fo. 53. Sir John Noreys, co. 
Leicester,F. Norreys,co. Glouc. Noeries, F*. 
Sa. a cross humetty at the tops and les {bouts, F). 
chefs flurettes arg. Sire Richard Siward, N^ 
but patonce in N, Harl. MS. 4033 trick.. 
Monsire le Suard, Scotland, Y. Richard Suwar3j 
(? for Syward, K). Richard Syward, Scotland, Y. 



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AN ORDINARY OF 



CBOSS cont. 

Sa. billetty arg. a cross humetty at the tops and 
les chefs flurettes of the last. Sire Johan le 
MoEEYs, N, Harl. MS. 1008; but Noreys, N. 

Sa. a cross humetty pierced arg. Geill. 

Sa. a cross humetty pointed arg. Graveley, co. 
Chester, Harl. MS. 1465. 

Sa. a cross lorraine arg, Ralph de Turbine, 
Bishop of Rochester 1108, Archbishop of 
Canterbury 1114-22; and his brother Sigefrid, 
Bishop of Chichesterll25-43; and their nephew 
John 1, Bishop of Rochester 1125-37. 

{? Sa.) a cross lozengy (arg.) over all a bend 
corapony (? or and gu.) Kenyon, Lancaster, 
seal, V. 

Sa. a cross lozengy gu. over all a bend eompony 
or and of the second. Kenyon. 

Sa. a cross moline arg. Follye, V*. Le Follye, 
V. Sir Richard Sywakd, I. Uppeton, Corn- 
wall or Devon, F. Upton, r*. Upton, Upton, 
and Lupton, Cornwall; and Ingmire Hall, 
Westmoreland ; quartering Carwather, Mules, 
Trelawney, Mohun, Peneles, Raleigh, and 
Otway. Wemme or Wenne. 

Sa. billetty or and a cross moline arg. Benckistian 
and Beverrestem, /or Beverston. 

Sa. a cross moline engr. arg. Tadington, V*. 

Sa. a cross moline square pierced arg. Upton, 
CO. Devon. 

Sa. a cross triple parted and fretted arg. 
Fhanche, V. 

Sa. a cross patonce arg. William Botox, E ; or 
de Bourt, F. Eston alias Estnoche, Kent; 
Add. MS. 14307. Estonwey. Estoukke, V. 
Gresnore, I'eton. Grosvenor. Humphreys. 
Mannock, Suffolk. PoLEFORDE. Sr. Robert 
PuLFORD, L; CO. Chester, V. Pulford, Pul- 
ford, CO. Chester. 

Sa. billetty and a cross patonce arg. NoRRis. 

Sa. a cross patriarchal (sometimes issuant 
from the base) arg. Ralph de Turbine, 
Bishop of Rochester 1108, Archbishop of 
Canterbury 1114-22 : and his brother Seffride 
or Sigefrid, Bishop of Chichester 1125-43 ; and 
their nephew John I, Bishop of Rochester 
1125-37. 

Sa. a cross patty arg. Boure or Bower. Sire 
Baudwyne de Estouwe, N. Graham, Eske, 
Cumberland. Maplesden, 1730. Pelliford, 
CO. Lancaster. Sire Robert de Poleford, 1^. 
Monsire de Pulford, Y. Richard Pulford, Y. 
Swardestost. Robert Swynerton, Y. 

Sa. a cross patty throughout arg. Bacancell, 
CO. Lancaster, F. Bancancell, F*. Estoukeke, 
V. 

Sa. a cross patty fitchy arg. Maplesden, Kent. 

Sa. a cross patty voided arg. Copley, Harl. MS. 
1407. 

Sa. a cross potence arg. Aprice, Wales. 

Sa. a cross sarcelly arg. Le Foij^ey. Pulfoed, 
Westmoreland. Sywahd. Upton. 

Sa. a cross voided arg. Tame, Ireland, Harl. 
MS. 0096 fo. 18; and 5866. Walsam or 

V,'Ar.£K.>^T. 

Sa. ti ■:,■••>>■- ftvnt. ilAT.!.' h. ;-i'. V^'iUiv.Tii Vut.i:,t .«. 

IjUilttOD. V. ' 

i:i a ;if".s cv>-sii:; -'yn<.. J).'.? i- ■ , ii' T;- .•■;■, 
I ' J ■ Ana with a crescent in the dexter chief 
'■■vr diff. or. DuRANT, Durant, co. Derby; 
'■iiiu-ed 1600, quartering St. Lyse, Harl. MS. 
i>li-\\ fo. 7 b. 

^■i. K cross engr. erm. Dodingfeld called 
l>TTi>N, F. Dodingfield. Doi.ton. Dotxon. 



CBOSS cont. 
DuTON. Hallom. Halton. Hatton. Hatton, 
F* ; quartering az. five S-foils in cross arg., 
with arg. three bendlets sa. on a canton of the 
last a tower as the first, and arg. on a chief gu. 
three fleurs-de-lis or. Wotton. And in the 
dexter chief a crescent arg. Robert Halltjm, 
Bishop of Salisbury 1408-17. 

Sa. a cross flory erm. Durant, Rutland. 

Sa. a cross indented erm. Motham, Drinkston, 
Suffolk. 

Sa. a cross moline erm. Sr. Thomas Molington, 
Baron of Weme, co. Gloucester, in right of his 
wife Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of Wil- 
ham le Boteler, F. Molynton, F*. 

Sa. a cross patty erm. Durant, Barndon, Rut- 
land. Whem. 

Sa. a cross patty filched at the foot erm. Wem, 
CO. Gloucester (in a later hand than) W. 

Sa. a cross patty throughout erm. Molington, 
F*. Baron of Weme, co. Gloucester, V. 

Sa. a cross potent erm. Durant, co. Oxford. 

Sa. a cross sarcelly erm. Mollington. 

Sa. a cross or. Bellesby. Braham; granted 
1646. John Fannell, Y. Havell. Havenell, 
F. Sire Huge Hovel, N. Robert Hovell, 
E ; J; S. Hovell, quartered by Thurlow. 
Hovell, Ashfield, Suffolk. Robert Howel, F. 
Hovel Hovell Howel and Howell. Hovell 
or Howell, Soulgrave, co. Northampton ; co. 
Oxford; Suffolk; and Pack, co. Warwick. 
Howelle. Smith, Chertsey, Surrey. 

Sa. a cross or a label arg. Sir Stephen Houeli., 
L ; or Hovell, L, Harl. MS. 6137. Sire Este- 
vene Hovel, N. 

Sa. a cross anchory or. Tatyngton, Suffolk, 
Harl. 3IS. 1449. 

Sa. a cross botonny or. Godsall Godsell and 
Godseel. 

Sa.acrosscrosletor. Alan. Sr. Piers Taddington, 
Suffolk, temp. Edward I, F. Tuddington, F*. 

Sa. a cross engr. or. Braunche, brass 1364 at 
Lynn. Brooke. Sire Robert Dofforde, L, 
Harl. MS. 6137 ; N. Robert Duffoed, O; or 
de Dufford, .4. M.Robert Dufford, l:t34. 
Dufford, Suffolk, Hayton, Moreton .Court, 
CO. Hereford. M. Robert de Offord, X>; or 
D'Offord, E. John Offord, or De Ufford, 
Archbishop of Canterbury 1348-9. Le Conte 
de SouTHFOLKE, P. Ufford, Peyton, Suffolk. 
Ufford, Suffolk, V. Robert de Ufford, A, 
Harl. MS. 6137 ; J; L. Robert Ufforde, Q. 
MonsiredeUFFORD,Couuteof Suffolk (1337-81), 
r, Le Sire de Wyloughby, quartering 
gu, a cross moline arg., S. Willoughby, 
Knoll, Wiltshire, quartering gu. a cross moline 
arg. all within a bordure eompony .... and 
.... Willoughby, St. Ennsder, Cornwall ; 
and Selton, CO. Dorset. Sir William Willoughby, 
baron Willoughby (1547.1779) for Broke quar- 
tering Beke, Fitzallan quartering Matrevers 
with over all a crescent sa., Welles, Graynsby, 
and Waterton, U. Sir Robert Willoughby, 
b>,ron Broke,(l492-1522,VERNEY since 1696) for 
' ford quartering Beke with over all a crescent 
«!(,'., quartering Latimer, Cheney, and Stafford, 
And with an annulet for diff. M. Rauf 
Dufford, 1334. But a martlet for diff. arg. 
Pertond. But a fleur-de-lis for diff. Ufford. 
But a label of three points arg. Sir Robert de 
Sturmy, I. But a mullet for diff. Christopher 
Peyton, Auditor. But with a six-pointed 
mullet for diff. arg. Ufford, Ireland, V. 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



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CBOSS cont. 

Sa. a cross engr. or over all a bend arg. Devifohd. 
Sire Thomas Dofforde, N. But a bendlet. 
DuFFOHD. Butabaston. Sir Thomas Uffobd, 
L; or de Uffokde, L, Earl. MS. C137. M. 
John DtTFFORD, 1334. 

Sa. a cross flory or. Aveethorp. Barham or 
Braham, Suffolk ; and Surrey. Delafield. 
Holland, Westmoreland. Hoovill or Hovell, 
Suffolk. Lascells, Soresby, and Brackenbury, 
CO. York. Lassew Lassey or Lassow. Mannock, 
Essex, 1730. Mannock, Stoke, Suffolk; Baro- 
netcy 1627-1787. Manox, 1730. Massey. 
MoNNOKE, V. Pycroft. Sampson, CO. York. 
And with a crescent for diff. WARDE,Trimdon, 
CO. Durham. 

Sa. billety and a cross flory or. Chanflere, V. 
Chanflore, Harl. MS. 1405. Chauflere, V. 
Hanslore. 

Sa.a cross humetty quarter pierced or. Grill,1730. 

Sa. a cross humetty at the top and there flory or. 
Sr. Richard Siward, Harl. MS. 2116 fo. 26 b. 

Sa. a cross indented or. Robert de Uffobd, F; J. 

Sa. a cross lozengy or. Uffokd. 

Sa. a cross lozengy or over all a bend arg. 
Ufford. 

Sa. a cross of five mascles or. Brandreth, Lees, 
and Stulach, co. Chester. 

Sa. a cross moline or. Brayne. Tadington, 
Suffolk, V. TuDiNOTON, Suffolk. Upton, baron 
Templetown 1776 ; viscounty 1806. 

Sa. billety and a cross moline or. Chaunstob, co. 
Somerset. 

Sa. a cross moline quarterly pierced or. Sampson. 

Sa. a cross patonce or. Abraham, co. Lancaster. 
Sr.de Alvirthorp, V. Almithorpe, Harl. MS. 
1407. Braham, Harl. MS. 1407. Braham, 
Windsor, co. Berks. Bulford, Harl. MS. 1407. 
De la Feld, V. De laFieij), Fieldston; quar- 
tering Fitzwarine, Montacute.Buf ler,Grey, How- 
ard,Hampden,etc. DELAFiLDE,irarLilfS.1407. 
Lasels, Harl. MS. 1407. Lassels, Sourby, 
Richmondshire, V. Lassells, Allerthorpe, V. 
Harland, V. Hoyland, Harl. MS. 1407. 
Lascells, Lascells, Sowerby, Brakerbergh.and 
Northallerton, co. York. Mannock, Kent. 
Mannock, 1730. Massy, Holand, F. Massey, 
Harl MS. 1407. M. John Massy, S. Tadington, 
Suffolk. 

Sa. a cross patonce or over all a bend gu. Nelson, 
Ballinrath, King's County. 

Sa. a cross patty or. Allen. Axverthorp, 
Barranell, Harl. MS. 1407. Bray, Harl. MS, 
1407. CLEYBROOKE,£fari.ifS.1407. Deijlfield. 
CO. Lancaster. Estolk Estonke or Estonne. 
CO. Cambridge; Cornwall; andEssex. Hebland. 
Sire William de Hoilaunde, N. Holland, co. 
Lancaster. John Lascells, Allerthorp, Y. 
Monsire Lascelles, Worthorpe, Y. 

Sa. a cross patty titchy or. Calziee, Calzier, 
Scotland. Collier, Darlington, co. Stafford; 
granted 1629. Collumbreis, Harl. MS. 1407. 
CoLLYER,co. Stafford; conJlrmedlii29. Kadwaxl 
or Kadwell, Wales. 

Sa. across patty throughout fitchy or. Coluab, V*. 
Collier, V*. 

Sa. a cross patty voided or. Matson, co. Lan- 
caster. 

Sa. a cross potent or. Allan, co. Hereford ; and 
CO. Stafford. Allen, London; and Fincbley, 
Middlesex. Allen, impaled by Leversuch in 
St. John's Church at Winchester. Alleyn, 
Thaxted, and Hatfield Peverill, Essex; Baro- 



CBOSS cont. 

netcy 1629-1759. Alleyn, The Mote, Kent; 

and Greseley, co. Derby. Allyn, Harl. MS. 

1465. Aseya, Add. MS. 21025 fo. 40. 
Sa. 8 cross raguly or. Stone. Stoway, 1730. 

Stowncy, V. Stodney, V*. Stowney, V*. 

Stownaye or Stowwaey, Harl. MS. 1407, fo. 5. 
Sa. a cross recersely or. Sire Peres deTADiNoxoNE, 

N. The cross sarcelly. Taddington. 
Sa. a cross voided or. Aplederfield or 

Apulteefield. Apledoefilde, Harl. MS. 

1407, fo. 6. Appuldebfeld, V. Appuldeefield, 

F*. Apuldeefield, co. DeYon. Apuldeefield, 

Apulderfield,Kent.HATERINGTON.PULDEBFIELD, 

CO. Devon. 

Sa. a cross patonce quarterly arg. and gu. An- 
gustinian Priory at Haltempeise, co. York. 

Sa. a cross sarcelly quarterly or and arg. 
Mornsell. 

Vair a cross gu. Baudewin de Fbiville, C. 

Vair a cross patty fitchy or. John Harbis, Bishop 
of Llandaff 1729-38. 

Vert a cross arg. House. 

Vert a cross avellane arg. Peppin; granted 1757 
to Sydenham, Combe in Dulverton, co. Somer- 
set. 

Vert a cross croslet arg. Bereie, Westerbogie, 
Scotland. 

Vert a cross croslet fitchy in the foot .... Ingon, 
France. 

Vert a cross engr. arg. Kingsley, Sorrett, co. 
Hertford. Thomas Kirkbeide, Y. Vetnall. 
Wabnee, F. Sr. Richard Whetnell, V. 
Wetenhale. Whitney, Ireland. 

Vert a cross flory arg. Boydell, Harl. MS. 1407. 
Sefflee or Seffley. Selfe. 

Vert a cross invecked arg. Hawley, Glarenceux 
King of Arms, ob. 1577. 

Vert a cross patonce arg. Leaey, Ireland. 

Vert a cross voided arg. Plowman. 

Vert a cross patonce chequy arg. and gu. Bokenham. 

Vert a cross patonce (compony F*) counter- 
compony arg. and gu. John Bokenham, F. 

Vert a cross engr. erm. Beak. Kingsley, Kings- 
ley, CO. Chester ; with (as an honorary escu- 
oheon) arg. a bugle strung sa. Whetenhall, 
Kent. Whetnall, F. Whetonhali.. 

Wettenhall, Wettenhall, and Hankilow, co. 
Chester. And with a crescent in the dexter 
chief for diff. W. Kingsley, Archdeacon of 
Canterbury 1620. 

Vert a cross or. Adams. Rising. Ryfingo. 
Sr. Thomas Rysino, F. 

Vert a cross croslet or. Beby, Utterbury, co. 
Lincoln. Beeby, co. Oxford. Burey. Buby, 
1730. Buby, Baron TuUamore, 1797; Viscount 
Charleville, 1800; Earldom 1806; quartering 
Moore. 

Vert a cross engr. or. Gebson, Gerson, co. Lan- 
caster. Jermain. Jebmayne, Westminster. 
Wabnee, Ireland ; and Norfolk. 

Vert a cross of four escallops the tops at the 
centremeeting or. Wencelatjgh, Brandsburton, 
CO. York, 1584, W. 

Vert a cross flory or. Boydell. Beaint Hie, 
Lord of Isdalas, ancestor of Vaughan, Pont-y- 
gwyddol. 

Vert a cross moline or. Bayden. Baynham, co. 
Hereford ; 1588. Beynham, Grove, sp. Here- 
ford; Harl. MS. 1453. Bingham, co. Hereford ; 
Harl. MS. 1453. 
Vert crusily litcby and a cross moline or. Eymont, 

I Essex, F. 



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CBOSS cont. 

Vert a cross patonce or. Bayden, co. Chester. 
Sr. William Boydell, co. Chester, V. Braint 
HiR, Harl. MS. 1977 fo. 16. 

Vert a cross paity or. Boydell. 

Vert a cross potent or. Buey, Baron Tullamore 
1797; Viscount Charleville 1800; Earldom 
1806 ; quart ering Moore. 

1 CBOSS and in chief. 
Annulet 

Arg. a cross enar. and in the dexter chief an 
annulet gu. Hanby, co. Lincoln. 

Arg. a cross and in the dexter chief an annulet 
sa. BiDALL. BYDALE.ifajI. MS. 1465. Bydall. 

Gu. a cross engr. erm. in the dexter chief an an- 
nulet or. Enkesthoep, Essex, V. Enkshop 
Enksthorp or Enkesthoep, Essex. 

Or a cross and in the dexier chief an annulet sa. 
Bydale, V. 
Axes 

Per fess embattled gu. and az. a cross moline and 
in chief two pickaxes or. Pickwick, Bathford, 
CO. Somerset; granted .... 
Beast (Lion) 

Arg. a cross raguly and in the dexter chief a lion 
pass. gu. Lawrance, Foxhall, co. Gloucester. 

Arg. a cross gu. in the dexter chief a lion ramp, 
sa. BouRGH. Mackwilliam, Ireland. 

Arg. a cross sa. in the dexter chief a lion ramp, 
gu. Cahn or Cahun, Scotland. 

Arg. a cross vert in the dexter chief a lion ramp, 
guard, gu. Sendall, V. 

Erm. a cross cheqiiy gu. and or in the dexter 
chief a lion pass, (another, ramp.) sa. Lannde, 
Sussex. 

Erm. a cross (compony, V*) countercompony 
gu. and or in tlie dexter chief a lion ramp. sa. 
Richard Launde, V, 

Erminois a cross gu. in the dexter chief a lion 
ramp. sa. De Burgh, Castle Connell, co. 
Limerick ; Baronetcy 1785. 

Gu. a cross or in the dexter chief a lion ramp, 
supporting an anchor with cable or. Croissy. 

Or a cross az. in the dexter cliief a lion pass. gu. 
Shelton, CO. Nottingham; co. Staflbrd; and co. 
York; granted. 1690. 

Or a cross and in the dexter chief a lion pass. gu. 
Borough, Ireland. 

Or a cross gu. in the dexter chief a lion ramp. sa. 
Bourke, Dromsally, and Thornfield, co. Lime- 
rick. Burke, Glinsk, CO. Roscommon; Bartcy. 
16"-^8. Burke, Ower,Kilcorn8n,Derryraac]oghny, 
Castle Hacket, Headford, Ballydugon, Tyaquin, 
St. Clerans, and Tintrim, co. Galwoy. Burke, 
Clongowna, and Elm Hall, co. Tipperary ; 
quartering Dowdall ; descended from Burke, 
Meelick. Burke, Baron Leitrim 1582-3; Vis- 
count Clanraorris 1620; Baron Tynquin and 
Viscount Galway 1687-91. Burke, Marble Hill, 
CO. Galway; Baronety 1797. De Burgh, Baron 
Dunkelin and Earl Clanricarde 1543 ; Marquis 
1644; Earl of St. Alban's 1644-57; Marquis 
1785-97 and 1825; Baron Somerhill 1826. 
FiTZ- Richard. Mackwilliam, Ireland. 
Beasts 

I : ..u i—'^ <'renely vert and arg. a cross flory of 
tbR tirsl; ill ehio!' Iawi bucks 'rinnant ppr. each 
g0rg'.'(l with U. Civllar^T r,\T;KU(n .-.■: ■ ■■,"-■''' 
■f" '■'l.jts, T3;tt.:.vr). (•:>, riiiMis 
Id sfjo T.f.i'dges 
.•jj id 

A/, -. '■•■ >">8 and in the sxii.s.;ci' 'j-'e^';. i-ilit: •:; 

h.- <.■' '■- EEY. 



1 CBOSS and in chief cont. 

Billets 

Az. a cross or in the sinister chief five billets arg. 
Steyngrey. 
Bird 

Arg. a cross patonce vert in the dexter chief an 
oisel gu. Sr. Raufe de Zefoul, N ; and HarL 
MS. 2213. The cross patty. Sr. Raflfe Sefoule, 
N; Harl. MS. 6137. 
.... Crow 

Arg. a cross and in the dexter chief a rook sa. 
Rokesley, LuUingstone, Kent. 

Or a cross gu. in the dexter chief a raven sa. 
Rokesley, Harl. MS. 1465. 

Or a cross engr. gu. in the dexter chief a Cornish 
chough ppr. Massenden or Missenden, 
Helme, co. Lincoln. Sr. Thomas Mussenden, 
Heling, co. Lincoln, V. But a crow ppr. M. 
Edmond de Missenden, S. 

Quarterly arg. and az. a cross engr. counter- 
changed in the dexter chief a Coruish chough 
sa. Haydon, CO. Worcester. 
.... Eagle 

Arg. a cross sa. in the dexter chief an eagle displ. 
gu. Darcet. 

Arg. a cross engr. sa. on the dexter chief an 
eagle displ. gu. Draycot, V*. Draycott, co. 
Wilts, ColUnson, Somerset, i, 225. Sr. Simon 
Draycott, V. Draycotts, V. 

Az. a cross and in the dexter chief an eagle displ. 
arg. Warde, Suffolk ; granted by Cooke, W. 

Erm. a cross patonce sa. in the dexter chief an eagle 
displ. gu. GoDAED, London ; confirmed 1598. 

Gu. a cross and in the dexter chief an eagle displ. 
arg. Webb, Ireland. 

Gu. a cross lozengy or in the dexter chief an 
eagle displ. arg. Abgentyne. 

Gu. a cross engr. or in the dexter chief an eagle 
displ SymondeCREY,^; JfarL3/-S.C137. 

Gu. a cross and in the dexter chief au eagle displ. 
or. Webb, 1712. 

Or a cross of lozenges and in the dexter chief an 
eagle displ. gu. FoDRiNGEYor Fodeinghey, V*. 

Or a cross quarterly gu. and sa. in the dexter 
chief an eagle displ. of the third. Webb, Lon- 
don ; granted by Cooke ; W. Webb, co. Glou- 
cester ; and Kent. Webbe, Kent, Harl. MS. 
1465 fo. 42, and 41 08 fo. 69. The eagle beaked 
and membered of the second. Webb, Weobley, 
CO. Hereford. Webb impaling Blanchard; 
ColUnson, Somerset, i. 140. 

Or a cross and in the dexter chief an eagle displ. 
sa. Webb, Exeter; and Saltash. 

Or a cross engr. and in the dexter chief an eagle 
displ. sa. SoLAY or Soley. 

Or a cross humetty and in the dexter chief an 
eagle displ. sa. Webbe, Exeter. 

Or a cross wavy sa. in the dexter chief an eagle 
gu. Webb, V*. The eagle displ. of the se- 
cond. Webb, Harrow Hill, Middlesex; granted 
1587; TF. 

Quarterly gu. and or a cross lozengy arg.in the sinis- 
ter chief an eagle displ. of the third. Fodering. 

Quarterly or and gu. a cross of lozenges arg. in 
the dexter chief an eagle displ. as the last. 
Fodringey, V. 

Quarterly or and gu. a cross lozengy arg. in the 
sinister chief an eagle displ. of the third. 
. FoDRiNGAY. FoDEiNGHAY, V. The eagle or. 
Fodeingay. 

I. a cross lozengy arg. in the dexter chief an 
eagle displ. of the second. Kenyan, London ; 
and Easihall, co. Oxford, 1590. 



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623 



1 CBOSS and in chief cont. 
Bird coni. Martlet 
Arg. a cross and in the dexter chief a martlet 

gu. Whetysham. 
Arg. a cross gu. in the dexter chief a martlet sa. 

An DEE WES. 

Arg. a cross sa. in the dexter chief a martlet 
gu. Whitsham. Whelsham, V. Sr. Robert 
Whetisham, V. The martlet of the second. 
Sir William Whetisham, co. Chester, temp. 
Henry VIII, Harl. MS. 1465. 

Arg. a cross patonce vert in the dexter chief a 
martlet gu. Sr. Ralfe de Jefoul, Norfolk, N, 
Harl. MS. 1068. Sr. Raufe de Zefbell or 
Zefuell, Norfolk, V. 

Arg. a cross patty vert in the dexter chief a mart- 
let gu. Zeffeley, CO. Bedford. Sr. Raufe de 
Zefoul, N. 

Or a cross engr. gu. in the dexter chief a martlet 
az. Hardhill, V*. 

Or a cross gu. in the dexter chief a martlet sa. 

ROCKLEY. RoKESLEY, V. 

Or a cross engr. gn. in the dexter chief a martlet 
vert. Sire William de Hardeshill, N. 
Hardhill, V. Hardehill Harde shall or 
Hard^hai-l, CO. Leicester. 

Or a cross engr. vert, in the dexter chief a martlet 
of the last. Hardishall, V*. Sr. William 
Hardishull, V. 

Per pale arg. and sa. a cross moline counter- 
changed in the dexter chief a martlet (gu. 
sometimes) sa. Augustinian hospital of St. 
Mary le Grand, Bishopsgate Without, London. 
Owl 

Arg. a cross sa. in the dexter chief an owl gu. 
Hauohton. 

Birds .... Eagles 

Per chev. or and sa. a cross croslet arg. in chief 
two eagles displ. of the second. Townsend, 
Thornbury ; granted .... 
.... Martlets 

Per chev. or and gu.in base a cross and in chief two 
martlets counterchanged. Bashe, co. Hereford. 

Arg. a cross gu. in the dexter chief five martlets 
in saltire sa. Hardeclowe. 
Bonget 

Quarterly arg. and sa. a cross patonce counter- 
changed in the dexter chief a bouget or. Eaton, 
Gostrie, CO. Chester; Harl. MS. 20II, fo. 96. 
Canton 

Arg. a cross eng. and a canton gu. over all a 
bend az. Trimnell, Ockley Hall, co. Wor- 
cester. 

Arg. a cross raguly gu. a canton ermines. 
Lawrence, London ; granted 1002. 

Arg. a cross sa. a canton erm. Whitehead. 

Arg. a cross sa. a canton ermines. Hollinshed, 
Hollins, Sutton, co. Chester, the heiress m. 
Ravenscroft. Hollinshead,- Cophurst, the 
heiress m. Corbet. Hollinshead, Bug Law- 
ton, and Heywood. 

Az. a cross patty or a canton arg. Ward, co. 
Stafford. 

Erm. a cross raguly gu. a canton ermines, 
Lawrence, Lord Mayor of London 1664; a co- 
heir m. Gyll. 

Erm. a cross patonce sa. a canton gu. Dickins. 

Sa. a cross patty fitchy or a canton arg. Collier 

or COLLYER. 

on a Canton .... Bend 
Per fess arg. and gu. a cross patty counterchanged 
on a canton .... a bend raguly .... Stysted, 
Kisgrave, and Ipswich, Suffolk. 



1 CBOSS and in chief cont. 
on a Canton cont. Bird cont. 
Arg. a cross patty vert on a canton or a martlet 
gu. Seafowle or Sefowle, Norfolk. 
. . . .Castle 
Or a cross patty fitchy gu. on a canton az. a cas- 
tle with a breach in the middle thereof ppr. 
Collier; Baronetcy 1814-24. 
... .Chevron 
Gu. a cross arg. on a canton or three chev. of the 
first. St. Owen, V*. 
... .Fees 
Arg. a cross sa. on a canton gu. a fess counter- 
compony arg. and az. betw. four- croslets or. 
Sr. Hugh Wrankeslow, V. 

.... Fleur-de-lis 
Arg. a cross sa. on a canton gu. a fleur de-lis of 
the first. Clayton or Cleyton, Shefiield. 
....6.Foil 
Or a cross patty gu. on a canton sa. a 5- foil or. 
Brierley; a heiress m. Newport, circa 1300. 
. . . .Head (Beast) Lion 
Arg. a cross flory sa. on a canton (? quarter) gu. 
a lion's head erased of the first. M. Adam 
Peshale, S. But crowned or. Peshall or 
Pessall, V. 
Arg. a cross patonce sa. on a canton gu. a lion's 

head erased of the first. Persall. 
Arg. a cross patty flory sa. on a canton gu. a 
lion's head erased of the first crowned or. 
Pecksall. Peshall, CO. Salop. 

....Wolf 
Arg. a cross flory sa. on a canton of the last a 
wolfs head erased as the fir^t. Pershall, 
Bromley, Kent. 
Arg. a cross patty flory sa. on a canton gu. a 
wolf's head erased of the first. Pershall or 
Peshall, Doynton, co. Lincoln ; and Horsley, 
CO. Stafford. PESHAiL, Peshall or Pershall, co. 
Stafford. 

.... (Monster) Griffin 
Arg. a cross patty flory sa. on a canton gu. a 
a griffin's head erased of the first crowned or. 
Peshall, co. Salop. 

Human figure 

Vert a cross (sometimes botonny, Ashmol. MS. 
sometimes tiory ) arg. on a cunton of the last 
the Virgin Mary holding in the right arm her 
child and in the left a cross ppr. Benedictine 
Abbey at Glastonbuey, co. Somerset, 
on 2 Cantons 

Arg. a cross flory sa. on a dexter canton az. a wolfs 
bead erased of the first on a sinister canton 
arg. a lion ramp, double tailed gu. ducally 
crowned or. Peshall, Eccleshall, co. Stafford. 
Castle 
Per chev. az. and erminois on a mount vert a 
cross patty fitchy and in chief three towers or. 

NOGUEIRA. 

Chief 
krg. a cross patty fitchy gu. a chief indented az. 

Saxam, Suffolk. 
Arg. a cross moline gu. a chief az. Loghead or 

LocBHEAD, Scotland. 
Arg. a cross raguly sa. a chief az. Ceabtree. 
Arg. a cross gu. a chief chequy sa. and of the 

first. SCOLYCORNE, V. 

Arg. a cross gu. a chief sa. Order of the Temple,C 
Arg. a cross sa. a chief chequy of the second and 

first. SciLLEKOw or Scolyoorn, CO. Lancaster. 

Skylicoen, F. SkyllicoeNjF*. Skylycorne, F. 
Arg. a cross sa. a chief chequy of the second and 

or. Skillicorne, co. Lancaster. 



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1 CEOSS and in chief cont. 
Chief cont. 

Arg. a cross croslet sa. a chief gu. Donkin. 

Arg. a cross hunietty pierced sa. a chief gu. 
Knowlys. 

Arg. a cross patty throughout sa. a chief gu. 
Raine. 

Arg. a cross and a chief sa. John, Bishop of 
Exeter, 1185-91. 

Az. a cross humetty arg. a chief nebuly gu. radi- 
ated alternately wavy and straight or. Lew. 

Az. a cross of three barrulets and as many en- 
dorses fretted arg. a chief dovetailed or. 

PiCKPORDt 

Az. a cross moline arg. a chief or. Segar, 

Wrotham, Kent ; and co. Lancaster. 
Az. a cross patty arg. fimbriated or a chief of the 

second. Motherwell, Scotland. 
Gu. a cross croslet and a chief arg. Ebden, co. 

Salop. 
Gu. a cross patty arg. a chief az. Chaulx. 
Or a cross engr. az. a chief gu. Ensor. 
Or a cross gu. a chief chequy sa. and arg. 

Skillicorne. 
Or a cross gu. a chief vert. Delavere or 

Delaverty. Dellaber. Laverye. Vere or 

Verre, Stanbroke, Suffolk ; granted \f)%^. And 

with a label of three points on the chief arg. 

Delavere or Delavobe. Verb. 
Or a cross engr. gu, a chief arg. Faulcaly. 

Foulcanley. 
Or a cross moline gu. a chief arg. Fawell. 

Feneault, v. Ficaulte, V*. Foricall, V. 

Forican. ^ 
Or a cross sarcelly gu. a chief arg. Fencall. 

John FoLVYLE, Y. Fontall. 
Or a cross gu. a chief vert (sometimes) a label 

of three points arg. De la Vere, V. Vere, V*. 
Or a cross engr. per pale gu. and sa. a chief erm. 

Abrook. 
Or a cross flory and a chief sa. Lamplow or 

Lampluoh. 
Per pale az. and gu. a cross flory and a chief or. 

Johnson, Beaconsfield, co. Buckingham. 
Quarterly az. and gu. a cross patonce and a chief 

or. I'anson, Westmoreland ; co. York ; co. 

Northampton ; and co. Dorset. ; derived from 

I'anson, Hawkeswell, co. York. Jansen. 

Janson, London; impaling Lee; Harl. MS. 

6095 fo. 6. Janson or Johnson, Kent ; granted 

1605. 
Quarterly az. and or a cross patonce gu. a chief 

arg. I'anon. 
Sa. a cross potent fitchy arg. a chief erm. 

COSTLEY. 

Sa. a cross arg. a chief of the first semy-de- 
lis or. Sr. Richard Suyluerd.co. Cambridge, F. 

on a Chief Bar 

Or a cross quarter pierced az. {correctly, but sa. 
fo. 43) on a chief of the first a bar humetty 
bretissed sa. Pallavicini, Cole MS. xviii, fo. 42. 
....Beast (Leopard) 
Az. a cross of lozenges or on a chief gu. a leopard 
pass, guard, of the second spotted sa. holding 
in the dexter paw a fleur-de-lis gold. Delaune. 

(Lion) 

Arg. a cross sarcelly gu. on a chief az. a lion pass. 

or. ZiNFEN. 

Arg. a cross gu. on a chief az. a lion pass, guard. 

betw. two bunches of grapes erect stalked and 

leaved or, Canary Company, 1663. 
Arg. a cross gu. on a chief of the second a lion 

pass, guard, or, Lawrence, Scotland. 



1 CBOSS and in chief cont. 

on a Chief cont. Beast (Lion) cont. 
Arg. a cross gu. on a chief as the second a lion 
pass, guard, crowned or, Clarenceux King at 
Arms. 
Arg. a cross raguly gu. on a chief of the second 
a lion pass, guard, or. Lawrence, Iver, co. 
Buckingham ; and St. Ives, co. Huntingdon. 
Arg. a cross gu. on a chief per pale and of the 
second a lion pass, guard, crowned betw. a 
fleur-de-lis and a key gold. Norboy King atArms. 
Az. a cross of lozenges or on a chief gu. a lion pass, 
guard, holding in the dexter paw a fleur-de-lis 
gold. De Lune, Blackfriars, London. 
Erm. a cross engr. gu. on a chief of the second a 
lion pass, as the first. William de Ayreminne, 
Bishop of Norwich 1325-36. 
Erm. a cross raguly gu. on achief of the second a 
lion pass, or and a canton erm. Lawrence, 
impaling Dece. 
Gu. a cross botonny arg. on a chief az. a lion 
pass. or. Chawncy, Harl. MS. 1465 fo. 48 b. 
The lion pass, guard. Chauncey. Chauncy, 
Baron of Skyrnby, V. 
Gu. a cross patonce arg. on a chief az.a lion pass, 
or. Cauncey or Chaunsey. Chancey or 
Chauncey, Sawbridgeworth, co. Hertford. 
Channy, CO. Hertford. Chatjncy, Baron of 
Skirpenbeck, co.York, F. Chauney. Chawney, 
CO. York. Sr. Kirpenbeke, Harl. MS. 1465. 
The lion pass, guard, or. Chauncy, Baron of 
Skirpenbeke, co. York, V. 
Gu. a cross patty arg. on a chief or a lion pass. 

guard az. Chauncy, Skirpenbeck, co. York. 
Gu. a cross patonce arg, on a chief vert a lion 
pass or. Chauncy, Little Munden, co. Hert- 
ford; quartering Chancy ancient, Albini, 
GiSbrd, Ross, Proffit, Home, Cornwall, Parke, 
Augar, and Harrison. 
Gu. a cross botonny or on a chief az. a lion pass, 
of the second, Chancey, Essex ; and Porton, 
Norfolk. 
Or a cross engr. per pale gu. and sa. on a chief of 
the second a lion pass, guard, as the first. 
Brooke, York Herald, 1592. 
Or a cross botonny purp. on a chief gu. a lion pass. 

arg. Skrymby or Skyrnby. 

Or a cross botonny purp. on a chief of the second 

a lion pass, as the first. Skrymby or Skrynby, 

The Baron of Skyrnby, Harl. MS. 1465 fo. 48. 

Or a cross croslet purp. on a chief of the second 

a lion pass, guard as the first. Barringston. 
Purp. a cross moline or on a chief gu. a lion pass, 
of the second charged on the body with the 
letter L sa. Regius Professorship of Law at 
Cambridge. 
Sa. a cross flory or on a chief engr. erm. a demi 
lion issuantbetw. two crosses croslet gu. Smith, 
Eardiston, co. Worcester, Baronetcy 1809. 
Vert a cross botonny arg. on a chief of the last a 
lion pass. gu. Crombie. Crumbe or Crumbie, 
Crumbe, Scotland. 

,,.. (Sheep) 
Per pale or and erm. a cross croslet gu. on a chief 
dancetty of the last a lamb pass. ppr. Farley, 
Effingham, Surrey. 

, . . .Beasts (Lions) 
Per pale or and az. a cross patonce counter- 
changed on a chief quarterly of the first and 
second a lion pass, guard, in dexter chief and 
sinister base points three bezants in fess at the 
sinister chief and dexter base. Robinson, 
London, F; and Drayton Basset, co. Stafibrd. 



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625 



1 CBOSS and in chief cont. 

on a Chief cont. Bird (Dove) 

Or a cross patooce quarterly gu. and az. on a 
chief of the third a dove rising nimbed betw. 
two bucks pass, as the first. John Chambers, 
Bishop of Peterborough 1541-56. Sometimes 
quarterly or and az. the cross counterchanged. 
.... (Heron) 

Or a cross gu. on a chief az. a stork arg. beaked 
and legged of the second. Lescher, Boyles ; 
and Upton, Essex ; from Kertzfiid in Alsace. 
....Birds (Eagles) 

Sa. a cross or on a chief arg. three eagles displ. 
gu. Penaky or Peneret, quartered by Cox. 
Penury, West Yoke, Ash, Kent. 
.... (Thrashes) 

Vert a cross raguly humetty or on a chief of the 
last three blackbirds ppr. Beck, Woodside, 
Surrey ; granted 1864. 
.. ..Buckles 

Az. a cross flory arg. on a chief gu. three round 
buckles or. Carter. 

Gu. a cross flory or on a chief az. three round 
buckles points to the dexter of the second. 
Carter, Massington. John Carter, Lord 
Mayor of London 1859. Carter or Haselden. 

Gu. a cross patonce or on a chief az. three round 
buckles of the second. Haslatine. Hastaline. 
Haselden, Stamford, co. Lincoln. The tongues 
dexter. Hesleden, quartering Smith. 
.... Coronet 

Arg. a cross gu. on a chief az. a ducal coronet en- 
circled with a garter betw. a lion pass, guard, 
on the dexter and a fleur-de-lis on the sinister 
or. Garter King of Arms. 

Vert a cross engr. erm. on a chief arg. a ducal 
coronet gu. betw. two mullets sa. Bacon, Sut- 
ton Bonnington, and Nottingham. 
.... Crescents 

Vert a cross humetty pierced or on a chief arg. 
three crescents gu. Cricket or Crickett. 
Crosses 

Gu. a cross croslet fitchy arg. on a chief az. two 
of the same. Daumarle, V. 

Az. a cross tan arg. on a chief indented gu. three 
of the first. Thurland, Reigate, 1730; inerror. 
.... Escallops 

. r . . a cross flory ... on a chief .... three es- 
callops .... Sir Alexander Avenand or 
AvENON, Lord Mayor of London, 1569 (in error). 
.. ..Estoiles 

Arg. a cross flory sa. on a chief az. three estoiles 
or. Dabernon, co. Devon. 
.. ..Fleur-de-lis 

Sa. a cross arg. on a chief of the first a fleur-de- 
lis or. SwYLLlARD, Cumberland. 
.. ..Fleurs-de-lis 

Arg. a cross patty fitchy sa. on a chief of the 
second three fleurs-de-lis of the first. Pijiyne, 
Kent. 

Arg. a cross sa. on a chief of the second three 
fleurs-de-lis or. Swilverton. 

Or a cross patty fitchy sa. on a chief of the second 
three fleurs-de-lis of th efirst. Brockman, Beach- 
borough, Kent. 

Sa. a cross arg. on a chief wavy erm. three fleurs- 
de-lis gu. HovELL. The cross or. Hovell, 
Suffolk. HouELi,, Plymouth ; granted 1652 ; 
Harl. MS. 1045 fo. 24 b. 

Az. a cross or on a chief arg. five fleurs-de-lis 
three and two sa. Pannell. 

Sa. a cross arg. on a chief of the first fleurs de-lis 
or. Sr. Richard Suvluerd, co. Cambridge. V. 



1 CBOSS and in chief .... cont. 
on a Chief cont. Flower 

Quarterly gu. and sa. across patty quarterly erm. 
and or on a chief of the last a derai-rose radi- 
ated betw. two pelicans vulning themselves of 
the first. Bonner, co. Lincoln. 

Quarterly gu. and sa. a cross (pometty, sometimes) 
sarcelly quarterly or and ermines on a chief of 
the third a rose en soleil betw. two pelicans as 
the first. Edmund Bonner, bishop of Here- 
ford 1539, London 1539-49, 1553-9. 

Arg. a cross gu. on a chief ez. a double rose red 
and white barbed vert betw. two fleurs-de-lis 
or in the dexter canton a dagger of the second. 
Christ's Hospital, London. 

Sa. a cross arg. on a chief of the last a rose betw. 
two fleurs-de-lis .... Morbit. 
Heads 

Arg. a cross raguly gu. on a chief az. three leo- 
pard's heads or. Lawrance or Lawrence, De- 
laford, Cbertsey, and Iver, co. Buckingham ; 
St. Ives, CO, Huntingdon ; and Chelsea, Mid- 
dlesex. Thomas Lawrence, London, W. 

Or a cross moline sa. on a chief of the last three 
leopard's heads as the first. Molyne, co. Lei- 
cester. 

.. ..Horns 

Sa. a cross arg. on a chief as the second three 
buglehorns of the first stringed gu. Langhorn 
or Lanohorne, Bedford ; granted 1610. 
....Insects 

Gu. across moline arg. on achief of the last three 
grasshoppers az. Thatcher, Ringmer, Sussex. 
The grasshoppers vert. Thetcher, Harl. MS. 
1045 fo. 12 b. But on a chief or three grass- 
hoppers ppr. Thatcher, Essex ; and Sussex. 
....Mascles 

Or a cross sarcelly gu. on a chief arg. three 
mascles of the second. Fencall. 
.... Maunoh 

Quarterly or and vert a cross moline quarterly 
counterchanged on a chief arg. a maunch sa. 
Ingham, Marlon in Craven. 
Mullets 

Gu. a cross engr. erm. on a chief vert two mullets 
or. Bacon, V. 

Gu. a cross croslet fitchy or on a chief arg. two 
mullets sa. Cobell, Ballignoth, Scotland. 

Or a cross gu. on a chief of the last three mul- 
lets as the first. Alley, Ireland. 

Sa. a cross moline arg. on a chief of the last three 
mullets gu. Upton, co. Somerset. 
.... Falets 

Arg. a cross croslet fitchy and an escallop in fess 
arg. on a chief gu. three palets or. Keith, 
Ludquhairn, Scotland. 

Beptile 

Vert a cross erm. on a chief or a snake nowed ppr, 
Cambeeres Of Chambers, Westmoreland. 

. . . .Bouiidles (Bezants) 
.... a cross patty fitchy .... on a chief .... three 
roundles .... Hugh of the Stok, Stivecle 
Magna; seaZ, 1348. 
Arg. a cross croslet az. on a chief of the last three 
bezants. I£ercher, Norfolk ; ^rranted 1606. 
.... (Ogresses) 
Gu, a cross moline arg. on a chief of the last three 
ogresses. Clapperton, Edinburgh. 
....(Bezants) 
Arg. a cross calvary gu. on a chief az. five be- 
zants. Stephen Weston, bishop of Exeter 
1724-42. 

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1 CEOSS and in chief cont. 

on a Chief cont. Spheres 

Az. a cross patt}' fitchy or on a chief of the last 
three globes az. Eldred, Olavers, Stannaway, 
Essex. 

...Staff 

Or a cross quarterpierced az. on a chief of the first 
a ragged staff sa. Palavicini, Cambridge. 
... .Snns 

Arg. a cross patonce voided gu. on a chief vert 
three suns or. James Pilkington, Bishop of 
Durham 15G1-76, Lansdown MS. 255; granted 
1560. 

Tree 

Or a cross flory sa. surmounted of a bend gu. 
thereon another engr. as the first charged with 
three bombs of the second fired ppr. over all on 
a fesse wavy az. the word Trafalgar gold on a 
chief undulated arg. a palm-tree issuant betw. a 
disabled ship on the dexter and a ruined bat- 
tery on the sinister in waves ppr. Nelson ; 
baronv 1798 and 1801; Viscount 1801 and 1805; 
Earl 1805. 
Coronet 

Az. a cross raoline and in the chief point a ducal 
coronet or. Molineux or Molyneux, Crosby, 
CO. Lnncaster ; quartered by Charnocke, Harl. 
MS. 1437 fo 17. 

Quarterly arg. and sa. a cross patonce counter- 
changed in the dexter chief a ducal coronet gu. 
Taylor, Westminster. 
Crescent 

Arg. a cross wavy gu. in the dexter chief a crescent 
sa. CoLviLE or rather Trevile. 

Az. a cross engr. erm. in the dexter chief a cres- 
cent ai-g. Berney. 

Gu. a cross engr. arg. in the dexter chief a 
crescent or. Leversedge, V*. Leyersege. 
Levirsege, V. 

Gu. a cross tau surmounted by a crescent or. 
Wanley. 

Or a cross engr. and in the dexter chief a cres- 
cent gu. Camm. 

Sa. a cross croslet in saltire arg. in chief a cres- 
cent Howell Kerne, V. 

Crescents 

Arg. on a erice of three steps sa. gu. and az. a 
cross Calvary as the third in chief two crescents 
gu. BUNN. 

Cups 
Sa. a cross patty and in chief two covered cups 
arg. Cluniac Priory at Lund or Monk-Breton, 
CO. York. 

Escallop 
Gu. a cross flory and an escallop in the dexter 

chief arg. Brandling. Delamoee, F*. 

Delamoore. 
Gu. a cross patonce arg. in the dexter chief an 

escallop or. Brandling alias Delamore, V. 
Gu a cross patty and in chief an escallop arg. 

Delamare. More, Cambridge. 
Gu. a cross patty flory and in the dexter chief an 

escallop arg. Delamare. Delamore, V. 
Gu. a cross moline or in the dexter chief quarter 

an escallop Hamond. 

Gu. a cross patonce and in the dexter chief an 

escallop arg. Brandling, Gosforih House, co. 

Northumberland; Middleton Lodge, co. York ; 

and Shotton Hall, co. Durham. Bravelinge, 

Harl. MS. 1407. 
Gu. a cross patonce or in chief an escallop arg. 

Monceaux, Berneston, co. York. 



1 CEOSS and in chief , 



cont. 



Escallop cont. 

Sa. a cross engr. and in the dexter chief aii escal- 
lop arg. Pagett. Pagit, London, 1730; and 
Hadley, co. Middlesex*; and Crayneford, Bar- 
ton Segrave, and Hanned, co. Northampton. 
Pagitt, London; confirmedlb'ib. Piget, Kent, 
Harl. MS. 4108 fo. 62. 

Sa. a cross fiory and in the dexter chief an escal- 
lop arg. Delamore. 

Sa. a cross patty and in one of the chief quarters 
an escallop arg. Beconsall, Harl. MS. 1974 
fo. 11. 

Sa. a cross patty arg. in the sinister chief an es- 
callop (of the second another) or. Beaconsaw, 
Beaconsaw, IV. Beckensaw. Beconsall or 
Beconsaw, Beconsall, CO. Lancaster. Beconsall, 
quartering Ashton, ff'arrington, Farrintiton, and 
Claiton ; all quartered by Hndlestone, iifarZ. MS. 
1549 fo. 35. Beconsaw, V*. Beekenshall. 
Escallops 

Sa. a cross lozengy .... and in chief two escallops 
or. Pandulph, bishop of Norwich 1218-26. 
Escucheon 

Arg. a cross flory gu. in the dexter chief an escu- 
cheon quarterly sa. and or. Sir Walter Pechay, 
B. 
on an Escucheon.. ..Bars 

Gu. a cross engr. arg. in the dexter chief on an 
escucheon of the second (abend sa. and three 
bars az. another) two bars az. a bend as the 
first. Leigh, Rushall, co. Stafi'ord. The es- 
cucheon barry of five az. and arg. over all a 
bend gu. Leigh, Walington, co. Salop; Harl, 
MS. 1535 fo. 189. 

... .Beast (Lion) 

Arg. a cross fiory sa. in the dexter chief on an 
escucheon gu. a lion ramp. (arg. another) or. 
Possall. 

.... Chevrons 

Arg. a cross flory sa. in the dexter chief on an 
escucheon or three chev. gu. Malolacu, Harl. 
MS. 1407. 

Gu. a cross arg. in the dexter chief on an escu- 
cheon or three chev. of the first. Owen. 
St. Owen, CO. Gloucester. Sir John de St. Owen, 
L.; or St. Owen, L.; or Seint Oweyn, N. 
Sr. John Saint Owen, co. Hereford, V. 

Gu. a cross or in the dexter chief on an escucheon 
of the second three chev. as the first. St. Owen, 
CO. Hereford. 

.... Cross 

Arg. a cross flory gu. in the sinister chief on an 
escucheon sa. a cross of the first. Penthar. 

Arg. a cross patty gu, in the .... chief on an 
escucheon (for Atton) or a cross sa. Sire 
Wauter Peesehay, 0. 

.... Fleurs-de-lis 

Arg. a cross gu. in the dexter chief an escucheon 
of France and England quarterlyregally crowned 
or. East India Company, 1698. 
Estoiles 

Az. a long cross and in chief two estoiles of eight 
points or. Thurlow. 
FesB 

Arg. a cross gu. in the dexter chief a fess cora- 

pony az. and of the first betw. four crosses 

croslet or. Wrankeslow, F*. 
Arg. a cross sa. in the dexter chief a fess chequy 

az. and of the first betw. four crosses croslet gu. 

Wrankslow. 



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62? 



1 CBOSS and in chief .... cont. 
Flear-de-lis 
Arg. a cross sa. in the dexter chief a fleur-de-lis 
gu. Adokes, CO. Lancaster. Eagleston. 
EccLESTON, Eccleston, co. Lancaster; and co. 
Buckingham. Ecclestone. Ecleston, Row- 
borne, CO. Lincoln. Egleton. Egleshoyle 
or Egloshoyle, Egloshajle, Cornwall ; the 
heiress m. Kestell. Engleston, London. 
Arg. a cross moline sa. in the dexter chief a fleur- 
de-lis gu. Hall, Middleham, co. Bedford. 
Arg. a cross and in the dexter chief a fleur-de-lis 
sa. Egleshoyle or Egloshoyle, Egloshayle, 
Cornwall ; the heiress m. Kestell. Egleston, 
CO. Lancaster, V. Haddock, co. Lancaster. 
Hadokes, F*. Haidocke Haydock or 
Heydock, Grey well, co. Hants, 1C12. Sr. 
Mayn Haydokes, V. Heigh, co. Chester. 
Leigh or Leye, co. Chester ; and Kent. Leigh, 
Kent, Harl. MS. 4108 fo. 61. 
Arg. a cross vert in the dexter chief a fleur-de-lis 
gu. Sendall. The fleur-de-lis for difi". sa. 
Sendall, V. 
Gu. a cross engr. or in the dexter chief a fleur-de- 
lis arg. AsHEEST, co. Lancaster, V. Ashebte. 
Sr. Adara Hasherst, V. 
Gu. a cross engr. and in the dexter chief a fleur-de- 
lis or. Ashuest, Waterstock, CO. Oxford; Ba- 
ronetcy 1688-1732; and co. Chester. 
Or a cross sa. in the dexter chief a fleur-de-lis 
.... Heycock, Mortimer, co. Berks ; and Til- 
ton, Owston, and East Norton, co. Leicester. 
Flower 
Az. a cross or in the dexter chief a rose arg. 
Hoet, Castle Strange, Middlesex ; and Hortland, 
Kildare, Baronetcy 1767. 
Or a cross patonce and in the dexter chief a rose 
gu. Sr. William Carlill, Northumberland; 
and Westmoreland, V. 
S.Foil 
Arg. a cross moline sa. in the first quarter a 3-foil 

gu. Copley. 
Ou. a cross engr. arg. in the dexter chief a 3-foil 
slipped vert. Ridge, Chichester, Sussex. 
5-Foil 
Arg. a cross (fusily, another) lozengy and in the 
dexter chief a 5-foil gn. Augustinian Priory 
of St. Maey Oveeies, Southwark, Surrey. 
Arg. a cross and in the dexter chief a 5-foil sa. 

Moresby, Cumberland. 
Sa. a cross and in the dexter chief a 5-foil arg. 
M. Christopher de Apresby, S. Apeestby. 

MoEESBY, V. 

Sa. a cross arg. in the dexter chief a 5-foiI or. 
Moresby, Moresby, Cumberland ; the heiress 
m. Pickering. The 5-foil pierced. Mobisby or 

MORISON. 

Sa. a cross or in the dexter chief a 5-foil arg, 

Hugh MORICEBY, Y. 

Hand 

Arg. a cross gu. in the dexter chief a dexter hand 
apaumy couped sa. Boubke, Baron of Castle 
Connell. But a gauntlet sa. MacErgsterighte. 

Or a cross gu. in the dexter chief a dexter hand 
sa. Burke ; quartered by Purdon. Bouek, 
Baron of Castle Connell. 

Head. . . .(Beast) Seer 

Arg. a cross engr. vert in the dexter chief a stag's 

head cabossed gu. Caddei.l. 
Gu. a cross flory erm. the ends or in the dexter 

chief a hart's head couped arg. Averell, 

Harl. 3IS. 1407. 



1 CEOSS and in chief .... cont. 
Head cont. (Beast) Leopard 
Sa. a cross erm. in the dexter chief a leopard's 
head arg. Ambler, Kirkton, co. Lincoln, 1716 
....Wolf 
Az. a cross erm. in the dexter chief a wolf's head 

erased arg. Ward, London. 
Erm. a cross engr. gu. in the dexter chief a wolf's 

head couped .... Noethwood or Norwood. 
Erm. a cross engr. gu. in the dexter chief a wolfs 
head couped purp. Northwood, V. Norwood, 
F. 
Erm. a cross engr. gu. in the dexter chief a wolfs 

head erased sa. Norwood. 
Erm. a cross engr. sa. in the dexter chief a wolf's 
head couped (another erased) gu. Northwood 
or Norwood, Dean Court, Kent. 
.. ..(Monster) 
Erm. a cross engr. gu. in the dexter chief a grif- 
fin's head couped sa. Narwold or Noewold, 
Kent. 

Heads .... (Beasts) Goats 
Or a cross moline sa. in chief three goat's beads 
erased of the last. Mollins, Watterton, Hants. 
.. ..Leopards 
Erm. a cross moline and in chief three leopard's 
heads erased sa. Molines, W. Molynes, F*. 
MoLYNS, Sandell, Hants; and co.Somerset; Chap- 
cot and Wallingford, CO. Berks and co. Leicester. 

(Birds) 

Arg. a cross flory gu. in chief three eagle's heads 
erased .... Tilije, Cornwall. 
....(Monsters) 
Arg. a cross barhy gu. in chief three griflBn's heads 
sa. Tillie, Pentillie Castle, Cornwall. 
Human Figure 
Vert a cross potent fitchy arg. in the dexter chief 
the Virgin and Child in glory. King Edbed, 
ob. 955, Harl. MS. 4033. 
Key 
Az. a cross moline or in the dexter chief a key and 

in the sinister an anchor . Ward, Gilston 

Park, CO. Hertford ; quartering Plumer. 
Keys 
Arg. a cross croslet fitchy sa. in chief two keys 
saltirewise gu. Kennedy, Kilmuches, Scot- 
land. 
Per fess gu. and az. in base a cross calvary sup- 
ported by a saint on steps ppr. in chief two 
keys saltirewise or. Bishopric of Cashel,Emly, 
"Waterford, and Lismore. 
Label 
Arg. a cross az. a label gu. Monsire John de 

Bfvercote, r. 
Arg. a cross patty az. a label gu. Sire John de 

Beavercote, Y ; or Bevehkote, 0. 
Arg. a cross engr. gu. a label of three points az. 
Sir John Herward, L. Harl. MS. 6148; but 
Norwood, L. Harl. MS. 6589, fo. 30 and 44. 
Arg. a cross patty flory and a label of five points 

gu. Swynerton. 
Arg. a cross patonce vert a label of three points 

gu. Brewercott. 
Az. a cross flory arg. and a label of three points 
gu. Geimsarwe or Grimshaw ; quartering 
Maidenhach, and so quartered by Holte. 
Az. a cross patty or a label of five points arg. 
Trusbutt, Harl. MS. 1407. The label gu. 
Trusbut. 
Gu. a cross arg. a label of three points az. Wil- 
liam de Heury, A. But five points. Heuer 
or Hever. William de Heure, A, Harl. MS. 
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1 CBOSS and in chief .... cont. 

Label cont. 
Gu. a cross arg. a label of five points or. Robert 

DORNHAY, V. 

Gu. a cross patty arg. a label az. Godion, co. 
Bedford. Gubyon, V*. The label of three 
points. Sir Hugli Gobion, 1730. 

Gu. a cross patty throughout arg. a label of three 
points also throughout az. Hugh Gubion, V. 

Gu. a cross patty arg. a label sa. Gulion, co. 
Bedford. 

Gu. a cross or a label az. flory of the second. 
Chamberlayne. 

Or a cross gu.a label az. RiNSHALL/orREVESHALL. 
The label of five points. Bigott. John de 
Reveshale, E; or Reve SHALL, F. Say. The 
label of three points az. flory gold. Pabenham. 
The label of five points az. flory gold. John 
de Reveshale, F. Say. 

Or a cross sa. over all a label of four points gu. 
Raveshall for Reveshall. The label of five 
points. William de Vessey ; A; E. 

Per pale vert and or a cross recerseley gu. a label 
sa. Hugh de Baucoy le Labiau, G; but 
Labyn, and in the margin Ingham's coat, Harl. 
3IS. 6589. 

Sa. a cross sarcelly or a label gu. Halnesby. 
Letter 

Arg. a cross and in the dexter chief a Roman L 
gu. " The auncient armes of the City of 
London, as they stand in our Ladye church at 
Antwerp," etc., Harl. MS. 1349. 
Lozenge 

Arg. a cross patonce and in the dexter chief a 
lozenge gu. Percehay, Harl. MS. 1407. Sire 
de Percehay, V. Peechay. F*. Perechay, 
F*. The cross patty. Monsire William de 
Percehay, Y. William Perchehay, Y. 

Gu. a cross arg. in the dexter chief a lozenge of 
the second. Lee, Surrey. 

Gu. a cross engr. and in the dexter chief a lozenge 
arg. Leigh, Baron Leigh, 1643-1786; and 
1839. Leigh, Harl. MS. 7510 fo. 53. (The 
arms adopted by the descendants of) Sir Tho- 
mas Leigh, Lord Mayorof London 1559, Harl. 
MS.lbSb fo. 189. Leigh, Scarlets Wargrave, 
CO. Berks. The lozenge or. Legh, co. Staflbrd. 
Leigh, co. Salop ; and Ridware, co. StaflTord. 
Lozenges 

.... across .... in the dexter chief five lozenges 
in bend .... William de Heeleston, xiii 
cent., Sparsholt.co. Berks. 

Mascle 

Az. a cross engr. and in the dexter chief a mascle 
or. Lee. 

Mullet 

Arg. a cross and in the dexter chief a mullet gu. 
Corbet. 

Arg. a cross gu. in the dexter chief a mullet sa. 
Apden, F. 

Arg. a cross sa. in the dexter chief a mullet gu. 
Whelsham or Whetisham. 

Arg. a cross sa. in the dexter chief a mullet of 
the second charged with an annulet or. 
Sutton, F. 

Gu. a cross moline or in the dexter chief a mullet 
arg. Berneston, F. Monceaux, Berneslon, 
F. The cross sarcelly. Bemston for 
Beenston. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. a cross patonce counter- 
changed in the dt-xter chief a mullet of the 
second. Eaton, Blackden, co. Chester. 



1 CBOSS and in chief 



cont. 



Mullet cont. 

Sa. a cross engr. erra. in the dexter chief a mullet 
or. Kingsley, Canterbury. 

Sa. a cross engr. or in the dexter chief a mullet 
arg. Panton. Sir Robert Peyton, temp. 
Edward IV, Harl. MS. 6137. Sir Robert 
Payton, CO. Cambridge, F; Baronetcy 1611- 
1815 ; and his brother Sir John Peyton, Knowl- 
ton, Kent; Baronetcy 1611-83; from whom 
descended Peyton, Doddington; Baronetcies 
1660-00, 1666-1771, 1776. Peyton, Yealmpton, 
CO. Devon. Peyton, East Barnet, co. Hertford, 
1730. M. John de Peyton, S. 

Sa. a cross engr. or in the sinister chief a mullet 
arg. Peyton, Wakehurst Place, Sussex. 

.... a cross lozengy .... and in the dexter chief 
a six pointed mullet Dufford. 

Sa. a cross engr. or in the dexter chief a six 
pointed mullet arg. Ufford, Ireland, F. 

Sa. a cross engr. and in the dexter chief a mullet 
or. Payton, Bury St. Edmund's, Sutfolk. 

Vert a cross engr. erm. in the dexter chief a pierced 
mullet .... Knightly, Chorley, co. Lancaster. 
Mullets 

Arg. a cross moline az. placed in a lock ppr. and 
in chief two mullets of the second. Miij.er, 
Gourlebank, Scotland. 

Quarterly or and az. a cross moline in chief two 
mullets pierced all counterchanged. Brewin, 
Loughborough, co. Leicester. 

Arg. a cross moline gu. in chief three mullets 
sa. Dinely, CO. York. 
Pall 

Sa. a cross arg. in the dexter chief the archiepis- 
copal pall ppr. Benedictine Abbey of St. Au- 
gustin at Canterbury. 
Pot 

Arg. a cross patonce sa. in the dexter chief a 
fleshpot of the second. Banestee, Prescot. 
on a Quarter .... Beast 

Erm. a cross (compony, V*) countercompony gu. 
and or on the dexter chief quarter arg. a lion 
ramp. sa. Launde, F. 
....Fess 

Arg. a cross (gu., V*) sa. on the dexter chief 
quarter (arg., F*) gu. a fess (compony, F*) 
countercompony arg. and az. betw. four crosses 
croslet or. Sir Hugh Wrankeslovt, F. 
. . . .Head (Beast) Lion 

Arg. a cross flory sa. on the dexter chief quarter 
gu. a lion's head erased of the first. M. Adam 
Peshale, S. But crowned or. Peshall or 
Pessall, F. 

....Wolf 

Arg. a cross patty gu. on a quarter as the second 
a wolfs head erased of the first. Peshall, co. 
Chester. 
Bonndle 

Arg. a cross moline gu. in the dexter chief 
a torteau. Dingdale, Clithero, co. Lan- 
caster; (/ranted 1560. Dugdale, co. Lancaster; 
and Shustock, co. Warwick. Dugdale, Blyth 
Hall, CO. Warwick; quartering harry of ten 
arg. and az. a lion ramp. gu. 
Sword 

Arg. a cross and in the dexter chief a sword erect 
gu. of the second. City of London. Company 
of Carmen, London. 
Tail 

Arg. a cross moline gu. in the dexter chief an 
ermine spot. Woodhall, Cockermouth, Cum- 
berland. 



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1 CBOSS and in chief .... eont. 
Wheel 
Arg. a cross and in the dexter chief a Catherine 
wheel gu. Stone. 
Wreaths 
Arg. a cross tau (called by Edmondson, a quarter 
of a cross potent couped at the bottom) gu. in 
chief three crowns of thorns vert. Tauke, 
Sussex. 

1 CBOSS and in base .... 

Beast (Horse) 
Arg. in chief a cross croslet fitchy sa. in base on 
ground vert a horse pass, of the second saddled 
and bridled gu. Torrie. 
.... (Lion) 
Per saltire in chief arg. a cross gu. in the dexter 
flank gu. a lion pass, guard, or in the sinister 
flank or a red rose in base az. a swan eating an 
eel ppr. Town of Gorey, Ireland; granted 1623. 
Head 
Per fess gu. and arg. in chief a cross of the second 
in base a horse's head couped sa. Cessfoord. 
Instrument 
Quarterly erm. and gu. in the dexter chief a cross 
croslet of the second in the sinister base a plum- 
met sa. Cross, quartered by Starkey. Cross, 
Wrernbury Hall, co. Cbester. 
Boandle 
Per saltire az. and gu. a cross botonny rising 
from a bezant. Lanfranc, Archbishop of Can- 
terbury 1070-89. 
Sphere 
Per saltire az. and gu. a cross botonny rising 
from a mound or. King Athelstan. 
Wheel 
Az. (another gu.) a passion cross standing on a 
Catherine wheel arg. Augustinian Nunnery at 
Flixton, Suffolk. 

1 CROSS betw. or within 

^nnlets 
Arg. a cross betw. two annulets vert. Kirkby, 

CO. Leicester. The annulets in bend. John 

de Kiekeby, Bishop of Ely 1286-90. 
Arg.acrossbetw.fourannuletssa. Cost. Wesley. 
Az. a cross chequy or and of the first betw. four 

annulets as the second. Bradfield, Norfolk. 
Az. a cross patonce betw. four annulets or. 

Ward, Little Abbington, co. Cambridge ; and 

Cbarlton-Curliew, co. Leicester. 
Erm. a cross flory betw. four annulets az. Ward, 

Hackney, Middlesex. 
Gn. a cross vair betw. four annulets arg. 

BOSWORTH. 

Or a cross patty betw. four annulets gu. John 
Overau:, Bishop of Lichfield, etc., 1614, Nor- 
wich 1618-19 ; at thQ Charterhouse 1619. 

Quarterly or and az. a cross of four lozenges 
throughout betw. as many annulets counter- 
changed. Peacock, Scotland; and London. 
Peacocke, Barntic, co. Clare; and Grange, co. 
Limerick; Baronetcy 1802. Pecock, F. Dame 
Margret Pycoke, V, 

Arg. a cross betw. sixteen annulets sa. Westley. 
Bars 

Arg. a cross croslet fitchy az. betw. two bars gu. 
Hanslop, CO. Northampton ; and co. Warwick. 
Beast... .Lion 

Per fess erm. and or a cross betw. in chief a lion 
ramp, and a dexter hand couped gu. Bourke, 
Baron Naas 1776, Viscount Majo 1781 ; extinct 
1785. 



1 CBOSS betw. or within.... con«. 
Beast cont. Lion cont. 

Per fess or and erm. a cross gu. betw. in chief a 
lion ramp. sa. and a dexter hand couped ( gu. but 
properly) sa. Boueke or Burke, Viscount 
Bourke of Mayo 1627-67. 
Beasts .... Deer 

Sa. a cross patty fitchy arg. betw. in chief two 
harts or and in base a hart's head cabossed of 
the second. Hartwbll, Northumberland. 
....Lions 

Arg. a cross gu. in dexter chief and sinister base 
a lion rarap. of the second in sinister chief 
an eagle displayed with two beads sa. in dex- 
ter base a dexter hand couped at the wrist of 
the second. Bourke, Holborn; granted 1757. 

Arg. across engr.sa. between in dexter chief and 
sinister base a lion pass, guard, gu. crowned 
or in sinister chief and dexter base three cres- 
cents of the third. Ogilvie, Carnoustie, co. 
Banff; Baronetcy 1626. 

Quarterly gu. and az. a cross arg. betw. in dexter 
chief and in sinister base a lion pass, guard, 
regally crowned or in sinister chief and dex- 
ter base a unicorn pass, of the third armed 
maned and hoofed as the fourth gorged with a 
prince's coronet with chain atiixed and reflected 
over his back and betw. his hind legs of the 
last. Company of Newfoundland, London. 

Quarterly or and az. a cross engr. sa. betw. in 
dexter chief and sinister base a lion ramp. gu. 
in sinister chief a ship anchored within a double 
tressure flory counterflory gold in dexter base 
a ship under full sail of the last. Sinclair, 
Mey, Scotland. 

Sa. a cross croslet or betw. three lions pass, 
guard, arg. Pempens, Cornwall. 
....Bats 

Arg. a cross engr. betw. four bats displ. sa. Batt, 
Hackney, Middlesex. 

.... Beavers 

Arg. a cross gu. betw, four beavers pass. ppr.. 
Hudson's Bay Company. 
.... Deer 

Arg. a cross betw. four stags pass. sa. Pabcust, 
Bishop of Norwich, Lansd. MS. 255. 

Arg. a cross ermines betw. four bucks trippant 
ppr. Parkhurst, F; and London. 
.... Leopards 

Gu. a cross betw. four leopards pass, guard, arg, 
spotted sa. Bathe, Harl. MS. 1603. 
....Lions 

Arg. a cross betw. four demi-lions ramp, couped 
gu. Benett, Fareham, co. Hants. Robert 
Bennet, Bishop of Hereford 1605-17, quarter- 
ing paly of sis or and vert, Goulding, Ireland. 

.... a cross betw. four lions ramp Sx. 

(Quention, Berry) Quenton, co. Devon. 

Arg. a cross betw. four lions pass. az. Lagenham. 

Arg. a cross countercompony az. and of the first 
betw. four lions rampant ppr. Lawndy, 
Youghall. 

Arg. a cross betw. four lions ramp. gu. Sr, Tho- 
mas Dabeney, Norfolk, temp, Edward I, V. 
Dakeney Dakeyne Dakyn Dakyns Deakinnb 
or Deakyn, Biggin Grange, Chelmorden, Dar- 
ley, Stubbing Edge, etc., co. Derby ; and Hack- 
ness, Linton, Attercliffe, Brandes Burton, etc., 
CO. York. Sire Thomas Dakeny, N. 

Arg. a cross betw, four lion pass. gu. Lagenham. 

Arg. a cross voided betw. four lions pass. gu. 
Goulding, North Newherbar, Kent ; confirmed 
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Beasts cont. Lions co7it. 

Arg. a cross betw. four lions ramp. gu. Caelil, 
Northumberland. Dawbney, Cambridge; and 
Norfolk. Genhavek. Lagenham. William 
Lakenham, Y. 

Arg. a cross gu. betw. four lions pass. sa. 
Gerrow. 

Arg. a cross gu. betw. four lions pass, respectant 
sa. Gerow, F. Odrow, V. 

Arg. a cross gu. betw. four lions ramp. sa. Gerrow. 

Arg. a cross betw. four lions ramp. vert. Akeney. 

Az. a cross betw. four lions ramp. arg. Jon 
Akennion, F. Sire Johan de Bokesworthe, 
N. Deram. Sr. John Dokesworth, co. Cam- 
bridge, temp. Edward I, V. Benedictine Mo- 
nastery of S. Cnthbert at Durham. 

Az. a cross patonce betw. four lions ramp. arg. 
Atkinson, Stowell, co, Gloucester. 

Az. a cross arg. betw. four lions ramp. or. 
Dakeney, F*. Dakeny Deakene orDE Akeny, 
Norfolk. Dawbeney, F*. 

Az. a cross or betw. four lions ramp. arg. 
Bishopric of Durham, Q, Harl. MS. C589 ; U. 

Az. a cross flory or betw. four lions ramp. arg. 
City of Durham. Benedictine Monastery of S. 
Cuthbert at Durham, ^dd. MS. 5819 fo, 212 b. 
Oswalds. The cross patty. Benedictine 
Abbey at Bardney, co. Lincoln {in error, Add. 
3IS. 5819 fo. 217 b). Bishopric of Durham {in 
error) Add. MS. 5819 fo. 217 6. St.Oswald, 
King of Northumberland. 

Az. a cross betw. four lions ramp. or. Beny, Cum- 
berland. Byney, CO. Cambridge. Joan Dareni, 
E; but DAKENY,E,HarLilfS. 6137. Dakeny, F. 
SireBaude.wyne Dakeny, 2\/^. Baudwin D'Akeny, 
r. Sr. Bawdwin Dawbeney, co. Cambridge, 
temp. Edward I, F. Deram. Dokesworth, co. 
Cambridge. Bishopric of Durham, Q, Harl. 
MS. 0595. Oswald, England. Walcher. 

Az. a cross patonce betw. four lions ramp. or. 
Bishopric of Durham. 

Az. a cross voided betw. four lions ramp. or. 
Atkinson, co. Somerset. 

Az. a cross betw. four lions sejant guard, or. 
Baxter. 

Gu. a cross hetw. four lions pass, guard, arg. 
Bath or Bathe, Ireland. The lions charged 
with ogresses. Bathe, Harl. MS. 1003. 

Gu. a cross betw. four lions ramp. arg. Bath, 
Athcarne Castle, co. Meath ; Baronetcy 1003-86. 
Bath or De Bathe, Knightstown, co. Meath ; 
Baronetcy 1801. Cistercian Abbey at 
Fountains, co. York, Add. MS. 5819 fo. 213, 
in error. St. Oswald, in error. 
Gu. a cross betw. four lions ramp, guard, arg. 

Bath or Bathe, Ireland. 
Gu. a cross arg. betw. four lions ramp. or. 
BuRWASCH, F*. Burwash, F*. The lions 
double tailed. Henry Burwash, Bishop of 
Lincoln 1320-40; brother of Bartholomew de 
Burghersh, F. 
Gu. a cross countercompony sa. and arg. betw. 

four lions ramp. or. St. George. 
Gu. a cross betw. four lions ramp. or. Augus- 
tinian Priory at Nostell or Nostle, co. York ; 

Add. 31 S. 5819 fo. 211. St. Oswald, King of 
Northumberland, Harl. MS. 1407. 
Gu. a cross vair betw. four lions pass. or. 

Habebuead, CO. York. Tbe lions ramp. 

Harbred, CO. York. 
Purp. a cross betw. four lions ramp. or. St. i 

Oswald, King of Northumberland, Y. 



1 CBOSS betw. or within .... cont. 
Beasts cont. Lions cont. 
Sa. a cross moline betw. four lions ramp, arg. 

Bust. 
Sa. a cross betw. four lions ramp. or. Bendish 
F* ; and co. Cambridge. Bendishe, F. 
.... Sheep 
Per pale az. and purp. (? brown) a cross croslet 
or betw. four rams statant arg. Isaack, Harl. 
MS. 1404. 
Purp. a cross patty throughout fitched at eacii 
foot or betw. four lambs statant arg. each 
collared with a rope pendant in front az. 
ISACK, F. 
Quarterly or and purp. a cross patty fitchy gold 
betw. four lambs arg. each gorged with a rope 
pendent in front az. Isack, F*. 

Lions 

Arg. a cross patty betw. six lions ramp. sa. 
Hantom. 

. ..."Urchins 
Arg. a cross engr. az. betw. four hedgehogs sta- 
tant sa. Harde. Thomas Hardy, F. 
Or a cross engr. az. betw. four hedgehogs sa. 
Hardey. 
Bendlets 
Arg. a cross croslet betw. two bendlets engr. on 
the outer side sa. Radcliff. 
Billets 
Arg. a cross engr, betw. billets gu. Heath, 
Pedingham, Sussex ; quartering Comber. 
Heath, Brasted, Kent; and Lyndi^field and 
Tanridge, Surrey. Sir Robert Heath, Chief 
Justice, ob. 1049; quartering az. on a bend 
arg. betw. two cotises indented or three mul- 
lets gu. Haymo de Hythe, Bishop of Ro- 
chester 1319-52. 
Arg. a cross flory betw. billets sa. Norries, F*. 
NoRRis, Scotland. Honiiis: gra7ited I (i22. Sr. 
John Norrys, lord of Pencline, Wales, 1473, F. 
Az. a cross betw. billets arg. Sire Robert de 
Estanegrave, N. Estingrave, Kent. Morris. 
Sr. Robert Stangeave or Stangray, Okested, 
Surrey, temp. Edward IV, F. Sr. Raufe 
Stangray, F. Sr. Robert de Staneg'ave, ; 
or Stangrave, L ; or Stonegrave, L, Harl. 
MS. 6137. Rauf Stangray, T. John de 
Stangraye, Y. 
Az. a cross arg. betw. billets or. Gotesam, F. 
Gotesham. Goteshan. Gotsan. ToTSHAM.Kent. 
Az. a cross moline arg. betw. billets or. 

Benereston. Beverston, F. 
Az. a cross sarcelly betw. billets arg. John 

MORYS, Y. 

Az. a cross betw. billets or. Choiseul, Ireland. 
ToTSHAM, Kent. 

Gu. a cross betw. billets or. Sr. Francis Vilers, 
CO. Nottingham, F. Sire Fraunceys de Vilers, 
N. Viliers, V*. Sr. Robert Villiers, V. 
ViLLiERS, CO. Nottingham. 

Gu. a cross flory betw. billets or. Villequier, 
1489. 

Sa. a cross betw. billets arg. Estingrave, Kent. 
Morris. Norris. 

Sa. a cross flory betw. billets arg. Irishe, F. 
Sir John de Morais, L, Harl. MS. 4033. Sir 
John Moreys, L, Harl. MS. 0589 ; or Morris, 
L, Harl. MS. 0589 fo. 44: but Norays, L, 
Harl. MS. 0137. Norreys or Norris, Pen- 
Ivne, CO. Glamorgan, Harl. MS. 1386. 

Sa. a cross flory arg. betw. billets or. Norris, 
Geist, Norfolk; descended from Noeris, MiI- 
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1 CBOSS betw. or within cont. 

Billets cont, 

^a. a cross humelty at top and there flory betw. 
billets arg. Sir John Moris, co. Gloucester; 
Harl. MS. 1465 fo. 53. Sir John Noreys, 
CO. Leicester, V. Norreys, co. Gloucester. 
NORRIKS, V*. 

Sa. a cross humetty at the tops and les chefs 
fiurettes betw. billets arg. Sire Johan le 
Noreys, A^; but Moreys, N, Harl. MS. 1068 
fo. 46. 

Sa. a cross moline arg. betw. billets or. Monsii-e 
Henrey de Benchristian and Beverrestem, 
Harl. MS. 1465, fo. 55, m error for Beverston. 

Sa. a cross patonce betw. billets arg. Norris. 

Sa. a cross flory betw. billets or. Chanflere, V. 
Chanflore, Harl. MS. 1465. Chauflere, V. 
Hanslore. 

Sa. a cross moline betw. billets or. Ghaunstor, 
CO. Somerset. 

Bird Crow 

Sa. a cross or betw. in chief a chough arg. beaked 
and legged gu. and a text T silver. Rashi.egh, 
Barstable. And (? in sinister base a crescent). 
Rashlegh, Fowey. But in base two crescents 
arg. Rashleigh, Prideaux, Cornwall ; Baro- 
netcy 1831. 

Birds ... Dove 

Az. a cross engr. erm. betw. in dexter chief 
and sinister base a dove arg. but in sinister 
chief and dexter base a garb or. Watney, 
Wandsworth. 

....Eagle 

Quarterly or and az. a cross quarterly gu. and 
arg. betw. in dexter chief and sinister base 
an eagle displ. in sinister chief and dexter 
base a water bouget counterchanged. Mairis 
Maris Maries De Marys and De Majiisco, 
Huntspill, and Gamely, co. Somerset. 

Arg. a cross flory sa. betw. in dexter chief and 

sinister base an eagle displ. but in sinister 

chief and dexter base a dolphin az. Pascall, 

CO. Hants. , 

Martlet 

Az. a cross betw. in dexter chief and sinister 
base a martlet but in sinister chief and dexter 
base a chaplet or. Warren, Harl. MS. 4108 
fo. 69 ; and Dover, Kent; Add. MS. 5526 fo. 79. 

Sa. a cross or betw. in dexter chief and sinister 
base a martlet of the second but in sinister 
chief and dexter base a chaplet arg. Warne. 
Owl 

Arg. a cross sa. betw. in dexter chief and sinister 
base an owl ppr. Haughtok or Houghton, 
Beckbury, co. Salop. 

Pelican 

Az. a cross betw. in dexter chief and sinister 
base a pelican and her nest but in sinister 
chief and dexter base a 5-foil arg. Fouler, 
Scotland. 
Birds 

Vert a cross patonce erm. betw. three birds arg. 
NoBBES, Houghton, Norfolk. 
.... Doves 

Arg. a cross az. betw. three (? four) ringdoves 
vert beaked and legged gu. Dalton ; Berry. 
Martlets 

Arg. a cross patty fitchy betw. three martlets gu. 
Becquet, London. 

Sa. a cross (it is a fess) dancetty betw. three 
martlets arg. Oreseyt. Crevit. 



1 CROSS betw. or within.. . .cojtt. 
Birds cont. 

.... a cross flory engr. betw. four birds (pro- 
bably choughs) .... Edwin, London. 

Arg. a cross raguly gu. betw. four birds az. legged 
of the second. Anstice. Anstis, Cornwall. 

Arg. a cross flory betw. four birds (probably 
doves) close gu. Gilborn. 

Arg. a cross patonce engr. betw. four birds statant 
sa. Edwyn Frevin, Harl. MS. 1386 fo. 27. 

Arg. a cross flory vair betw, four birds . . . . Cis- 
tercian Abbey at Melsa or Meaux, co. York. 

Az. a cross betw. four birds (? falcons) or. Sir 
Thomas Wriothesley, Garter King at Arms.F. 

Az. a cross patty fitchy betw. four birds (? doves) 
or. Edwal or Idwal Jwerth, or Iwrth or 
YwRCH, King of the Carabro-Britons, ob. 720 ; 
quartered by Mainwaring through Eyton. 

Gu. a cross humetty bt«tw. four birds arg. 
MoNiNGS. MoRiNs, Kent. 

Quarterly az. and gn. a cross engr. betw. four 
birds or. Reuthall or Rewthall. 

Vert a cross patonce erm. betw. four birds (pro- 
bably doves) arg. Mabbs, Bynhara, and Wal- 
lingham, co. Norfolk. 

Bastards 

Arg. a cross engr. az. betw. four bustards respect- 
ant sa. George Smalbidge, bishop of Bristol, 
1714-9. 

Gu. a cross patonce or betw. four sea-pies sa. 
winged arg. Edmund de Abbendon, Archbi- 
shop of Canterbury 1233-40. 
.... Cocks 

Arg. a cross betw. four cocks gu. Cockerell, 

V. COCKVILLE. 

Az. a cross betw. four cocks or. Cockfield, 
Kent. Sire Richard de Cokfeld, N. 

Gu. a cross betw. four cocks arg. Cockfield, 
Norfolk. 

Or a cross betw. four cocks gu. Cockerell. 
Robert Kokerell, E ; F. 
.... Cormorants 

Arg. a cross sa. betw. four sea aylefs of the se- 
cond beaked and membered gu. John Aylmer, 
Bishop of London, 1577 94 ; Lysons, Environs. 
Aylmer, Essex. 

.... Crows 

Arg. a cross flory az. betw. four Cornish choughs 
ppr. Offley, London; and Putney, Surrey; 
granted 1588. Offley, Norton Hall, co. Derby ; 
tlie coheirs m. Shore and Edmunds. 

Arg. a cross gu. betw. four Cornish choughs ppr. 
Hugh D'Orivalle, Bishop of London, 107.'5-85. 

Arg. a cross sa. betw. four Cornish choughs ppr. 
Aylmer, V. Aylmer, Lyons, co. Kildare. 
Aylmer, Donadea Castle, co. Kildare; Baro- 
netcy 1C21, and Walworth Castle, co. Durham. 
Sir Humphry Edwin, London, 1730. Elmer, 
Risby, CO. Lincoln. Peterstjir. The choughs 
sa. Aylmer ; Baronetcy 1662, and Barony 
1718. Edwin. 

Arg. a cross sa. betw. four daws ppr. Aylemer. 

Arg. a cross flory engr. sa. betw. four Cornish 
choughs ppr. Edwards. Edwards, co. Here- 
ford. Edwards, Rhual, North Wales. Edwyn, 
Lord of Tegaingle, co. Flint, founder of the 
XII noble tribe of North Wales (derived from 
Cadelh, second son of Rhodwri Mawr), from 
wbomdescendedOwEN,Tedsmore,Bettws,Wood- 
house, and Condover ; Lloyd, Hartsheath, and 
Pentrehobyn ; Parry, Llaneurgain ; and Wynn, 
Copparleni. Edwyn ap Grono. Ithell, co. 
Cambridge ; and Billesdon, co. Leicester. 



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1 CBOSS betw. or within .... cont. 

Birds cont. Crows cont. 
Phtlups, CO. Salop. Powell, Nanteos. Wil- 
liam Roberts, Bishop of Bangor, 1637-65. 
Tudor ap Ithel Vychan. Wynn, Nerquis, co, 
Flint ; the heiress m. Pindar. Wynn, Pen-y- 
Clawdd, CO. Denbigh ; the heiress m. Hughes. 

Arg. a cross moline sa. betw. four Cornish choughs 
ppr. Jones, Gwyfryn, co. Cardigan. 

Arg. a cross patonce engr. sa. betw. four Cornish 
choughs ppr. Richards, Caerynweh, co Me- 
rioneth ; quartering erm. on a saltire gu. an es- 
callop arg. with or a lion ramp. gu. and vert 
three eagles displ. in fess arg. 

Arg. a cross potence raguly sa. betw. four Corn- 
ish choughs ppr. Chaloner, Steeple Clayton, 
CO. Bnckingham. 

Arg. a cross flory raguly betw. four crows sa. 
Chaloner, Harl. MS. 1465 fo. 47. 

Arg. a cross flory raguly betw. four Cornish 
choughs sa. Ithell, co. Cambridge; and Bil- 
lesden, co. Leicester. The birds ppr. Ithell, 
Temple Dingley, co. Hertford ; quartering 
Delwood, 1716. 

Arg. a cross voided betw. four rooks sa. Rookes. 

Arg. a cross patonce engr. betw. four Cornish 
choughs sa. Pecksall, Westminster. 

Az. a cross quarterly erm. and or betw. four Corn- 
ish choughs of the last collared arg. Geendall, 
St. Blight's, Cornwall. 

Paly of ten gu. and or a cross moline arg. betw. 
four crows sa. Grosvenor, Leek, co. Stafford. 
.. ..Doves 

Arg. a cross az. betw. four ringdoves vert beaked 
and legged gu. Dalton, V*. 

Arg. a cross gu. betw. four doves the dexter wings 
expanded and inverted az. Herald's Office, 
or College of Arms. 

Arg. a cross betw. four doves gu. (? Gilboen.) 

GOULBUEN. 

Arg. a cross flory sa. betw. four doves az. 

Peckshall, Harl. MS. 1407. 
Az. a cross patty betw. four doves statant arg. 

Thomas DovE,Bishopof Peterborough, 1601-30, 

seal, Gent. Mag. cxvi, 185, HarZ. MS. 1507. But 

the doves volant arg. beaked & legged gii. Dove. 
Az. a cross quarterly erm. and or betw. four doves 

arg. legged gu. Grynd all, Kent; Add.MS. 14:307. 
Gu. a cross engr. betw. four stock doves az. 

Albery, Wickingham, co. Berks, 1590. 
Quarterly arg. and az. a cross quarterly erm. and 

or betw. four doves counterchanged. Edmund 

Grindall, Bishop of London 155fl, Archbishop 

of York 1570, Canterbury 1676-83 ; granted 

1559 ; Harl. MS. 1441 fo. 62 b. 
Vert a cross patty betw. four doves arg. Mobbs, 

Houghton, Norfolk. 
Arg. a cross engr. betw. four stockdoves az. 

Alvery, Wokingham ; Harl. MS. 1441 fo. 13 b. 
Vert a cross patonce erm. betw. four doves arg. 

(? Mabbs, Bynbam ; and Wallingham, Norfolk.) 
.... Ducks 
Az. a cross patonce betw. four ducks arg. 

Cambridge, V*. 

Eagles 

Arg. a cross gu. betw. four eagles displ. az. 

Beckard, CO. Cambridge. Chenreuse, V. 

Cheureuse, F*. 
Arg. a cross betw. four eagles close gu. 

AYI.EMER. 

Arg. a cross betw. four eagles displ. gu. Strachey, 
Sutton Court, co. Somerset; Baronetcy 1801. 
Steachey, Collinson, Somerset, iii, 91. 



1 CBOSS betw. or within. 



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Birds cont. Eagles cont. 

Arg. a cross engr. l)etw. four eagles displ. gu. 
Deaycott, Suffolk. 

Arg. a cross gu. betw. four eagles displ. sa. Mantua 
Mantue or Manton. Morres ; Baronetcy 
1631 ; a second son became Baron Mount- 
morres 1756, Viscounty 1763; a second son be- 
came Baronet 1 758-1829, Baron Frankfort 1800, 
Viscount Frankfort de Montmorency 1815. 

Arg. a cross sa. betw. four eagles displ. gu. 
Coram or Corham, Ottery, co. Devon. Corham, 
Barton, co. Hants. Curtham. 

Arg. a cross betw. four eagles close sa. Poteister, 
F. 

Arg. a cross sa. fimbriated or betw. four eagles 
displ. of the second. Abbott, F*. 

Arg. a cross fusily betw. four eagles displ. sa. 
GocH or GoFF, Devon. 

Arg. a cross lozengy betw. four eagles displ. sa. 
GoFFE, Woodbury, co. Devon. Gove, 

Az. a cross betw. four eagles displ. arg. Ward 
or Warde, Gorleston, and Homesfield, Suffolk ; 
granted 159:1. Fennor. 

Az. a cross masculy arg. betw. four eagles displ. 
or. Spinkes, CO. Northampton ; granted 1700. 

Gu. a cross betw. four eagles displ. arg. armed 
az. Daniell. 

Gu. a cross or betw. four eagles displ. arg. Owen 
ap Griffith, F. 

Gu. a cross vair betw. four eagles displ. or. 

WoRMELAYTON WoRMLAYTONOrWoRMLEIGHTON, 

CO. Leicester ; and London, 1611. 

Or a cross gu. betw. four eagles displ. az. 
Morres ; Baronetcy 1631; a second son became 
Baron Montmorres 1756, Viscounty 1763; a 
second son became Baronet 1758-1829, Baron 
Frankfort 1800, Viscount Frankfort de Mont- 
morency 1815. 

Or a cross gu. betw. four eagles displ. sa. 
Montmorency, France. 

Or a cross gu. dovetailed at the ends betw. four 
eagles displ. sa. Dyxon, Kent ; W. 

Or a cross patty throughout gu. betw. four eagles 
displ. sa. DrxoN, Heldon, Kent. 

Or a cross betw. four eagles displ. sa. Dixon, 
Bishopthorpe, co. York ; quartering or a lion 
ramp. guard, with two heads az. Micuelbourne, 
Tf; and Bradhurst, Stanmer, Sussex ; and 
Kilcandra, co. Wicklow. Mychelbourne,F* 

Or a cross botonny in saltire betw. four eagles 
displ. sa. Davis, Kent. 

Or a cross flory betw. four eagles displ. sa. 
Dixon, Hackney, Middlesex. Dixon, Loversal, 
CO. York, 1783. 

Or a cross patty betw. four eagles displ. sa. 
Dixon, Kent. 

Sa. a cross voided betw. four eagles displ. or 
Abbot, Hartland, co. Devon ; a heiress m. 
Lutlrell. Abbott, W. 

Vert a cross betw. four eagles displ. arg. Fenner. 
Fennor. 

.... Falcons 

Az. a cross or betw. four falcons arg. John Writh 
or Wrythe, Garter Kingat Arras, oh. 1504; Wil- 
liam Wrythe or Wriothesley, York Herald, 
from whom descended Wriothesley, Barony 
1544, Earl of Southampton 1547, extinct 1667. 
Thomas Weeseley Writhe Writhesley 
Wrotesley Wrye Wryst or Wriothesley, 
Garter King at Arms, ob. 1534. Charles 
Wriothesley, Windsor Herald, ob. 1561. The 
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1 CBOSS betw. or within .... cont. 
SirdB cont. Falcons cont. 

Az. a cross betw. four falcons or. (? Sir Tho- 
mas Wriothesley, Garter King at Arms, V.) 
Wriothsley. 

Gu. a cross betw. four falcons close or. Weed, 
Oldstock, CO. Wilts; Baronetcy 1044. Webb, 
Salisbury, co. Wilts; and Gillingham, and Mot- 
comb, CO. Dorset; granted 1577, Harl. MS. 
5815 fo. 105 b. 

Gu. a cross humetty engr. betw. four falcons or. 
Webb, Motcomb, co. Dorset; granted 1577. 

Quarterly az. and gu. a cross erminois betw. four 
falcons arg. belled or. Webb. 
.... OuIIb 

Az. a cross wavy arg. betw. four sea-galls swim- 
ming ppr, Whittaker. 

.. ..Martlets 

Arg. a cross flory az. betw. four martlets sa. Sr. 

Thomas Offley (in a later hand than) V. 
Arg. a cross betw. four martlets gu. Bery. 

BuED. GoLBORNE, V; and of Overton. John 

Oreyle, Y. Terry. Trayley. 
Arg. a cross flory betw. four martlets gu. 

GOLDBORNE. StRANGER. 

Arg. a cross patonce betw. four martlets gu. 

Sr. Richard GALBORNE,co.Chester,F. Golborne, 

Goulborne. Jordan. And with a label of the 

second. Golborne, Golborne David, and Over- 

ton, CO. Chester. 
Arg. a cross patty betw. four martlets gu. 

GoLBORN or Golborne, Overton, CO. Chester. 
Arg. a cross sa. betw. four martlets gu. Sympler, 

V*. 
Arg. a cross flory sa. betw. four martlets gu. 

Simpler. But the cross patonce. Sympler, V. 
Arg. a cross betw. four martlets sa. Portester 

or Potester, co. York. Potrester, V. 

Potersten. 
Arg. a cross betw. four martlets within a bordure 

sa. Bery, co. Devon. Bury, V. 
Arg. a cross engr. betw. four martlets sa. Sr. 

Walter Mantell, V. Mantle, Kent, Harl. MS. 

4108 fo. CI. Mantell or Mantle, Kent; and 

Heyford, co. Northampton. Martell. 
Arg. a cross patonce betw. four martlets sa. 

Benedictine Abbey at Abingdon, co. Berks, V. 

Richard de Bury alias Angarvill, Bishop of 

Durham 1333-45. 
Arg. a cross vairy or and az. betw. four martlets 

of the second. Hacker. 
Arg. a cross betw. four martlets vert. Baij)en. 

D'Aldein, V. Dealden. 
Arg. a cross patonce betw. four martlets vert. 

Dalden, V. 
Az. a cross flory betw, four martlets arg. 

Plesington, F. Plessington, Demples, co. 

Lancaster. 
Az. a cross moline betw. four martlets arg. 

Bronkby, CO. Lancaster; Edmondson. 
Az. a cross patonce betw. four martlets arg. 

Pleasington, Pleasington, CO. Lancaster ; the 

heiress m. Winkley. Plessington, Demples, 

CO. Lancaster. Plesington, V. 
Az. a cross patty betw. four martlets arg. Robert 

de Plesington, Y. Winkeley, Winckley, " or 

de Hoder Foote," Harl. MS. 893 fo. 33 b. 
Az. a cross flory betw.-four martlets or. Edgar, 

King of England, Z, 551. King Edward 
• 900-25 ; and King Edward Ironside, 1016-7 ; 

Harl. MS. 1984. King Edward the Confessor, 

1041-66, HarJ. MS. 1156; 3504. 



1 CBOSS betw. or withia.... con«. 
Birds cont. Martlets cont. 
Az. a cross patonce betw. four martlets or. 
Edward, and Edgar, Atheling, Harl. MS. 4033. 
Cerdic, 519. Edgar, 959-75. Edmund I, 
941-8. Edward the Elder, 900-2.5. Ethelred 
II, 978-1016 (? Hengist). Edmund Ironside, 
lOlC-7. University College, Oxford. And 
with a bordure erm. Tompkinson, Manchester. 

Az. a cross patty betw. four martlets or. 
Edgar, 959-75. Edred, 943-55. Edward the 
Martyr, 975-8, Harl. MS. 4033. Edward the 
Confessor. Ive. The cross patty fitchy. Id- 
wall Ywrth, 650, Harl.MS. 1418. 

Gu. a cross patonce vair betw. four martlets arg. 
Cistercian Abbey at Melsa or Meaux, co. York. 

Or a cross erm. betw. four martlets rising ppr. 
Alan Chambre, 1716. 

Or a cross betw. four martlets gu. Joan Traili, 
E; or Trail Y, F. Trailly or Trayley, co. 
Bedford; Cambridge; Kent; and co. North- 
ampton. Sire de Traily, N. Sr. James 
Trayley, co. Bedford, temp. Edward I, F. 
M. John Trayly, S. 

Or a cross quarter-pierced betw. four martlets 
gu. Ansty, CO. Cambridge. 

Or a cross engr. betw. four martlets gu. Anstey, 
CO. Cambridge ; and Cumberland. Ansty or 
AwsTREY, F. Awstry, F*. Trayley, co. Bed- 
ford. 

Or a cross gu. betw. four martlets sa. Godfrey. 

Or a cross engr. gu. betw. four martlets sa. 
Ansty, Sussex, 

Or a cross flory engr, sa. betw. four martlets az. 
Pexall, CO. Buckingham. 

Or a cross flory betw. four martlets sa. Bene- 
dictine Abbey at Abingdon, co. Berks. 

Or a cross betw. four martlets vert. Chamber. 

Per pale arg. and sa. a cross betw. four martlets 
counterchanged. Combe. 

Sa. a cross betw. four martlets arg. Tempest, F. 

Sa. a cross betw, four martlets arg. within a bor- 
dure of the last charged with eight hurts. 
Olde, 

Sa, a cross croslet arg. betw. four martlets or. 
DuKET, Ireland. 

Sa. a cross humetty erm. betw. four martlets 
rising or. Chambers. 

Sa. a cross voided erm. betw. four martlets or. 
Chambers, co. Wilts. 

Sa. across betw, four martlets or. Crosley, co. 
Berks, Ducket, co. Devon. 

Sa, a cross voided betw. four martlets or. Rokis 
or RooKE. 

.... Owls 

Arg, a cross sa, betw, four owls gu. Houghton. 

Az. a cross croslet saltirewise betw. four owls 
arg. Eatishall, East Week, co. Devon. 

Az. a cross croslet saltirewise or betw. four owls 
(arg. beaked and legged gold, another the owls) 
or. Battishill, Westwick, co. Devon. 
Parrots 

Arg, a cross az, betw. four popinjays vert. 
Dalton, CO. York. But beaked legged and 
collared gu. Dalton, F. 

Arg. a cross patty gu, betw. four popinjays .... 
Jordan de Dalden, X. 

Peafowls 

Arg, a cross betw. four peacocks az. Smith, 
Asbby-Folville, co. Leicester, 

Arg. a cross gu, betw. four peacocks az. 
Carrington,. CO, Warwick. Palmer, Smith, 
Essex, F. Smyth, co. Bedford; Blackmore, 

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1 CROSS betw. or within .... cont. 
Birds cont. Peafowls cont. 
and Ravenahall, Essex; Ashby-Folville, co. 
Leicester; Sbouldham, Norfolk; and Wotton, 
CO. Warwick ; Baton and Viscount Carrington 
1643-1706. The peacocks ppr. Corrington. 
Smith, Tver, co. Backingbam ; and Cbeltenbara ; 
quartering arg. on a bend sa. six swords in 
saltire of the first. 
Quarterly arg. and az. a cross quarterly ermines 
and gold betw. four peahens collared counter- 
changed. Edmund Gryndali. Bishop of Lon- 
don 1559, Archbishop of York 1570, Canter- 
bury 1576-83 ; granted 1559. 
Quarterly or and az. a cross quarterly ermines 
and gold betw. four peahens counterchanged. 
Gkindail, Lannd. 3IS. 255. 

Swallows 

Arg. a cross raguly gu. betw. four swallows az. 
legged of the second. (PAnstice). (?Anstis, 
Cornwall). 
Arg. a cross flory vair betw. four swallows gu. 
(? Cistercian Abbey at Meatjx, co. York). 
.... Swans 
Az. a cross pafonce betw, four swans arg. 
Cambridg, V. The cross patty. Cambridge, 
London. 

.... Martlets 
Arg. a cross pntonce betw. five martlets sa. 

Abingdon (? Monastery). 
Az. a cross flory betw. five martlets or. Assigned 
to King Edward the Confessor: granted as 
augmentation to Mowbray Duke of Norfolk, by 
Richard II who used this coat impaling France 
quarterly with England. And with a bordure 
arg. as augmentation to Holland Duke of 
Surrey by Richard II. But with the bordure 
compony arg. and az. Augmentation to 
Beaufort; Z, 191. 
Az. a cross flory betw. five martlets or a label of 
three points arg. Augmentation to Holland 
Duke of Exeter by Richard II: Z 191. 218. 
Az. a cross patonce betw. five martlets or. Cerdic, 
King of Wesaex, Harl. MS. IICO fo. 47. 
Alfred the Great. Edward the Confessor. 
(Used by) Henry VI, impaling France quar- 
tering England. Benedictine Nunnery at 
Shaftsbury, CO. Dorset; Hutchins, Dorsetshire, 
ii, 414. 
Az. a cross patty betw. five martlets or. Edward 
the Confessor, Harl. MS. 1156. Kings of 
Wessex. Harl. MS. 1984. King Edward, 
975-8; Harl.MS.^9S4.. 
Gu. a cross flory betw. five martlets or. Colridge. 

.... Eagles 
Or a cross gu. betw. sixteen eagles displ. az. 
Matbieu de Montmorency, 1214; Z, 33. The 
eagles sa. Montmorency. 
. . ..Slartlets 
Arg. a cross within an orle of martlets sa. Le 
Meyre de Srgny, C; but Sire de Segni, C, 
Harl. MS. 6589. 
Sits 
Sa. a long cross botonny at the upper ends stand- 
ing on an orb betw. two bits arg. Hamond, 
Cole MS. xviii, p. 57. 
Bordure 
.... a cross lozengy .... within a bordure .... 

charged with castles .... Chastelyn. 
Arg. fretty gu. a cross of the first within a bor- 
dure as the second. Sir Hugh Brise, Lord 
INIayor of London 1485, Cotton MS. Claudius 
E iii. 



1 CBOSS betw. or within.... cont. 

Bordure cont. 

Arg. fretty gu. a cross of the first within a bor- 
dure sa. Sr. Hugh Brice, Ireland, V. 

Arg. fretty gu. a cross of the first within a bor- 
dure sa. charged with 5-foils as the field. Brice, 
CO. Lancaster; and London, 1456. The 5-foils 
or. Brice, Lord Mayor of London, 1485. 

Arg. a square pierced cross moline within a bor- 
dure az. Sibbald, Rankeilor. 

Arg. a pierced cross moline az. within a bordure 
chequy of the second and first. Sibbald, 
Aberdeen, Scotland. 

Arg. a cross moline az. within a bordure counter- 
compony or and sa. charged with roses gu. 
and mascles gold. Sibbald, Scotland. 

Arg. a cross moline az, within a bordure engr. 
gu. Sibbald, Scotland. 

Arg. a cross patonce az. within a bordure or. 
Fancodrt. 

Arg. a cross gu. within a bordure az. Brampton, 
Norfolk, V. 

Arg. a square-pierced cross moline gu. within a 
bordure az. Sibbald, Rankeilor. 

Arg. a cross moline gu. within a bordure counter- 
compony az. and of the first. Millar. 

Arg. a cross moline gu. within a bordure com- 
pony sa. and or the last charged with mascles 
of the second. Sibbald. 

Arg. a cross within a bordure gu. Holcroft. 

Arg. a cross croslet fitchy within a bordure gu. 
Chysdal. 

Arg. a cross engr. within a bordure engr. gu. 

HOPCROFT. 

Arg. a cross flory within a bordure engr. gu. 

Perthey. 
Arg. a cross patty within a bordure engr. gu. 

Waltham. 
Arg. a cross patty within a bordure resercely gu. 

Monsire Walter de Percehay, Y. 
Arg. a cross gu. within a bordure or over all an 

escarbuncle sa. Benedictine Abbey of St. 

John at Colchester, Essex ; Edmondson. 
Arg. a cross gu. within a bordure sa. Ancrenges. 

Averinge. Averinges, T'. 
Arg. a cross gu. within a bordure sa. bezanty. 

Sir John Polley or Poyle, L, Harl. MS. 6589 

fo. 44 b, in error. 
Arg. a cross gu. within a bordure engr. sa. 

Averinge. Daveregnes, Harl. MS. 1465 fo. 

416. Davereignes. Millseynt.F*. Milseynt, 

V. MiLSENNY, V*. 

Arg. a cross gu. within a bordure resercely sa. 

Richard Davereignes, Y. 
Arg. a cross patonce voided (gu. V*) purp. within 

a bordure sa. charged with 3-foils slipped of 

the first. Malton, V. 
Arg. a cross patonce voided purp. within a bor- 
dure sa. Malton, Harl. MS. 1465 fo. 54 b. 
Arg. a cross moline sa. within a bordure engr. 

az. a martlet for difi". Dodmaston, co. Salop. 
Arg. a cross flory (another, patonce) sa. within a 

bordure az. charged with escallops of the first. 

Copley, Baron Lyndhurst, 1827-63, 
Arg. a cross flory sa. within a bordure gu. bezanty. 

Seint Andrew, V. 
Arg. a cross flory engr. sa. within a bordure 

gu. bezanty. St. Andrew, Harl. MS. 1465 

fo. 53. M, John Seint Andrede, S. The 

bordure platy. St. Andrew. 
Arg. a cross flory engr. sa. within a bordure engr. 

gu. bezanty. Pcrslow, Sudbery, and Hox- 

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1 CB05S betw. or within .... cont. 
Bordare cont. 
Arg. a cross moline sa. within a bordure engr. 

gu. Walton, Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 44. 
Arg. a cross patonce sa. within a bordure gu. 

bezanty. Banesteb, co. Leicester ; and co. 

Stafford. 
Arg, a cross patonce sa. within a bordure engr. 

gu. Walton, Harl. MS. 1407. 
Arg. a cross patonce engr. sa. within a bordure 

engr. gu. bezanty. Pdrslow, Sudbery, and 

Hoxstow, CO. Salop. 
Arg. a cross patty sa. within a bordure engr. gu. 

Walton, Compton, co. Somerset. Wotton, 

CO. Somerset. 
Arg. a cross patty sa. within a bordure indented 

gu. Sire Adam de Waltone, N. 
Arg. a cross patty flory sa. within a bordure engr. 

gu. John de Swyneeton, Harl. MS. 1077 

fo. 3. SWYNEKTON, V. 

Arg. a cross sa. within a bordure or over all an 
escarbuncle arg. Benedictine Abbey of St. 
John at Colchester, Essex. 

Arg. a cross sa. fimbriated on a step within a bor- 
dure or. Cluniac Priory at Bkomholm, Norfolk. 

Arg. a cross moline sa. within a bordure quarterly 
gu. and of the first. Colvil, Blair, Scotland. 

Arg. a cross within a bordure sa. Henry 
Kaynford, X. 

Arg. fretty gu. a cross within a bordure sa. 
Brice, V*. 

Arg. a cross plain within a bordure engr. sa. 
Geyronde, Kent ; Add. MS. 14307. Halcboft, 
Harl. MS. 1407 fo. 2 b. Holcroft alias 
Henley, Vale Hall, co. Chester; Eastham, 
Essex ; Basingstoke, co. Hants ; and Holcroft, 
CO. Lancaster. Kirby. 

Arg. a cross engr. sa. within a bordure of the last. 
Holcroft. Holcrost, V*. 

Arg. a cross engr. sa. within a bordure of the 
second charged with eight plates. Sinclair, 
Dun, 00. Caithness, Scotland. 

Arg, a cross engr. within a bordure engr. sa. 
Holcroft, Vale Royal, co. Chester, Z, 397. 
Holcroft, co. Lancaster, V. And with an 
annulet in the dexter chief .... Hugh 
Cheydock, Holcroft, V. 

Arg. a cross moline engr. within a bordure sa. 
bezanty. Purslow, co. Worcester. 

Arg. a quarter pierced cross moline within a bor- 
dure engr. sa. Thomas Mulle, V. 

Arg. a cross patonce within a bordure engr. sa. 
Sr. Adam Walton, Westmoreland, temp. Ed- 
ward I, V. 

Arg. a cross patty flory ifithin a bordure engr. sa. 

SWYNERTON, V*. 

Az. a cross arg. within a bordure engr. gu. 

CocKSEY, CO. Worcester. 
Az. a cross moline or within a bordure arg. 

MoLiNEOx, CO. Nottingham. 
Az. a cross patty or within a bordure arg. Ward, 

CO. York. 
Az. a cross patonce or within a bordure erm. 

Ward. 
Az. a cross engr. within a bordure also engr. or. 

Cresset, Upton, co. Salop; Harl. MS. 7510 

fo. 31 b. Edward Cresset, Bishop of Llandalf 

1749-55. 
Az. a cross patonce or within a bordure of the 

last charged with eight hurts. Ward, New- 

castle-under-Lyme, andStramshall, co.Stflfford. 

Ward, Ogbourne St. Andrew, and Druycot 

Foliot, CO. Wilts; quartering Hawkes and Foster. 



.cont. 



1 CBOSS betw. or within... 
Bordare cont. 
Gu. a cross moline within a bordure invecked .... 

Caddell. 
Gu. a cross within a bordure arg. Leigh. 
Gu. a cross within a bordure invecked ai-g. 

Alley. 
Gu. a cross engr. within a bordure arg. Alley. 

Leg or Legg. Sir John Leigh, Stockwell, 

Surrey, F; and Harl. MS. 1535 fo. 189. 
Gu. a cross engr. within a bordure engr. arg. 

Leigh, Stockwell, Surrey ; and Couldray, co. 

Hants; Harl. MS. 1535 fo. 189; a cadet of 

Leigh of Ridge. 
Gu. a cross moline fitchy within a bordure engr. 

arg. Anthony Bee, Bishop of Lincoln 1320 ; 

Norwich 1337-43. 
Gu. a cross resercely arg. within a bordare az. 

Benhalle, Y. 
Gu. a cross arg. within a bordure or. Caebew, 

Norfolk. John Carbonell, Y. 
Gu. a cross arg. within a bordure engr. or. M. 

Robert Carbonel, S. M. William Carbonel, 

1334. Sr. Roger Carbonell, V. Carbonell, 

Norfolk. Carbonnell, F». Schardelow. 

Sr. John Shardelow, V. 
Gu. a cross arg. within a bordure indented or. 

.Sire Johan Carbonel, N. 
Gu. a cross moline arg. within a bordure engr. 

or. Mounsyer Andrew Butler, quartering 

arg. six cups sa., in error, T, Harl. MS. 6137. 
Gu. a cross croslet erm. within a bordure com- 

pony arg. and sa. Green, Kent, Harl. MS. 

4108 fo. 59. 
Gu. a cross erm. within a bordure of the second. 

Salfe. 
Gu. a cross erm. within a bordure or. Lethim, 

Scotland. 
Gu. a cross or within a bordure arg. Crosbie. 
Gu. a cross engr. {with one cusp to each side of 

each arm) or within a bordure arg. Benedictine 

Abbey at Tewkesbury, co. Gloucester; U. 
Gu. across patonce or within a bordure engr. arg. 

Latimer, co. Dorset. 
Gu. a cross patty or within a bordure engr. arg. 

a label az. flory gold. Latimer le fitz Thomas, 

1334. 
Gu. a cross or within a bordure az. Rockelton. 

ROKYLTON, V. 

Gu. a cross flory or within a bordure az. charged 
with crosses croslet arg. Benedictine Abbey 
at Croyland, CO. Lincoln ; Cole MS. xxx. 

Gu. a cross patonce or within a bordure az. 
charged with three fleurs-de-lis of the second. 
Latimer. 

Gu. a cross within a bordure or. Eudo, quar- 
tered by Fiennes. 

Gu. a cross within a bordure or over all an escar- 
buncle of eight staves sa. Benedictine Abbey 
ol St. John at Colchester, Essex; U: the staves 
flory arg., Morant. 

Gu. a cross within a bordure or over all an escar- 
buncle of eight points plain staves sa. bezanty. 
Dapifee, V: i. e., Eudo Fitzhubert de Rya, 
seneschal of Normandy, founder of the Bene- 
dictine Abbey of St. John at Colchester; 
Cotton MS. Nero D viii fo. 345. 

Gu. a cross or within a bordure of the second 
charged with eight six-pointed mullets of the 
first. Benedictine Abbey of St. John at 
Colchester, Essex ; Edmondson. 

Gu. a cross within a bordure engr. or. Carbonell 
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1 CBOSS betw. or withio.... cent. 
Bordure coni. 
Gu. a cross patty fitchy at the foot within a 
bordure engr. or. Hoddelow Hoddylowe or 
HoDiLow, Relden, Essex ; Grafton Underwood, 
CO. Northampton ; Hampstead, Middlesex ; 
CO. Cambridge; Leicester; Chester; Stanty, 
CO. Denbigh ; Ely ; Radwell, co. Hertford ; 
Wenham, Suffolk; and London. 
Gu. a cross sa. within a bordure engr. erm. 

Acton, Edmondson. 
Gyronny of eight arg. and sa. a cross of four 

fleurs-de-lis (un crois de lizee) within a bordure 

charged with eight estoiles and as many 

roundles counterchanged. Dominican Brethren 

of the Inquisition ; Nishet, i, 20. 
Lozengy arg. and gu. a cross within a bordure of 

the second the latter charged with eight 5-foiIs 

as the first. Sir Hugh Bryce, Ireland, V; but 

BEYES,.Co«on MS. Tiberius D 10. 
Lozengy gu. and arg. a cross of the last within 

a bordure az. charged with eight 5-foils as the 

second. Bryce, V*. 
Lozengy gu. and arg. a cross of the second 

within a bordure sa. charged with eight 4-foils 

Brise, Spains Hall, Essex ; and Clare, 

Suffolk ; quartering Buggies. 
Or a cross moline az. within a bordure of the last. 

SiBBALD, Sitwood Park, co. Berks. 
Or a cross az. within a bordure gu. Wynester. 
Or a cross gu. within a bordure az. billety of the 

second. Valoins, Suffolk. 
Or a cross engr. per pale gu. and sa. within a 

bordure counterchanged. Brooke, Calais, 

Harl. MS. 14G5 fo. 46. 
Or a cross palonce engr. sa. within a bordure gu. 

bezanty. Spodeslow, afterwards Purslow, 

Sudbury, Earl. MS. 1988 fo. lt)4. 
Or a ci'oss patonce engr. sa. within a bordure 

engr. gu. bezanty. Spurslow, Harl. MS. 5848 

fo. 35. 
Or a cross engr. within a bordure invecked sa. 

Rait, Dundee, Scotland. 
Quarterly arg. and az. a cross engr. counter- 
changed within a bordure compony or and of 

the second. Haydon. 
Quarterly arg. and az. a cross counterchanged a 

bordure sa. Carter, Eent. 
Quarterly arg. and gu. a cross within a bordure 

or over all an escarbuncle sa. Benedictine 

Abbey of St. John at Colchester, Cole MS. 

XXX. 

Quarterly or and az. a cross patonce within a 
bordure charged with twenty lions ramp, all 
counterchanged. Town of Westbury, Wilts. 

Quarterly sa. and arg. a cross patonce counter- 
changed within a bordure erm. Thomas 
Halwardine,' CO. Chester, V. Halwardyne, 
V*. The cross patty. Hawardyn, Harl. MS. 
1415 fo. 244. 

Sa. a cross within a bordure engr. arg. Grevile. 
Grevill, V. 

Sa. a cross engr. arg. on a bordure of the last 
eight towers of the first. Catelline, 1730. 

Sa. a cross flory arg. within a bordure ^engr. or. 
Faircotjrt. Fancourt. 

Sa. a cross patonce arg. within a bordure engr. 
or. Sr. Bartholomew Fanacourt, V; and 
Harl. 31 S. 1407. 

Sa. a cross patty arg. within a bordure indented 
or. Sire Berth, de Fanancourt, O. The bor- 
dure resercely. Bartholomew de Fanacourt, 
Y; or Fanecourt, Y. 



1 CBOSS betw. or within .... cont. 

Bordure cont. 
Sa. a cross engr. erm. within a bordure arg. 
William Hatton, co. Northampton ; quar- 
tering az. five 5-foils in cross arg., with arg. 
three bendlets sa. on a canton of the last a 
tower as the first, and arg. ou a chief gu. three 
fleurs-de-lis or, W. 

Sa. a cross or within a bordure arg. charged with 
three crosses patty fitchy points to the centre 
of the first. Milicent, 1370; Harl. MS. 1487 
fo. 105 b. 

Sa. a cross flory or within a bordure engr. arg. 
Pycroft, Swanson Abbot. 

Sa. a cross patonce or within a bordure engr. 
arg. Pykerke, V. 

Sa. a cross within a bordure engr. or. Cocksey, 
CO. Worcester. Grevile. 

Sa. a cross engr. within a bordure or. Cocksey, 
V*. Grebell, Canterbury. 

Sa. a cross engr. or within a bordure or charged 
with eight towers gu. Castelyn. 

Sa. a cross engr. within a bordure engr. or. Sr. 
Thomas Cocksey, F. Grevill, Harl. MS. 
7510 fo. 48. 

Sa. a cross flory within a bordure or. Lascelles, 
Baron Harewood 1790-5, Viscount Lascelles 
179(5, and Earl of Harewood 1812. 

Sa. a cross patonce within a bordure engr. or. 
Lassells, CO. York. 

Sa. a plain cross potent within a bordure engr. 
or, Allan. 
Bordures 

Arg. a cross quarterly sa. and silver betw. two 
bordures engr. of the second. Taylard, V. 

Quarterly arg. and sa. a cross counterchanged 
betw. in the second and third quarters two 
bordures engr. as the second. Taylard, V*. 

Erm. a cross gu. between four bordures az. 
Zewike, Harl. MS. 1407 fo. 15 b. 
Bougets 

Per pale az. and gu. a cross engr. errainois betw. 
two water bougets one in dexter chief the 
other in sinister base arg. Cam, London ; and 
Wilton Place, co. Gloucester; quartered by 
Thackwell. 

Arg. a cross engr. gu. betw. four bougets 
sa. BoTiRCHiER, quartered by Fetherston. 
BouRCHiER, Baron, V. Monsire Robert 
BouRCHER, Y. Sir Henry Bourchier, Earl of 
Essex and Ewej quartering Bohuu, Wydvile, 
and Louvain ; U. Bourchier or Bourgchier, 
Z, 212, 235, 240, 385. Thomas Bourchier, 
Bishop of Ely 1444, Archbishop of Canterbury 
1454-86 ; quartering gu. a fess arg. betw. billets 
or; Cole MS. xlviii fo.lOb; and within a bor- 
dure az.; xix fo. 17; xxv fo. 1. Mounsyer 
William (Bourcher, Harl. MS. C137) Bowser, 
T; quartering gu. a fess (arg. Harl. MS. 0137) 
or betw. seven billets gold. Robert Bouseu, 
Y. Sir Robert Bowser, E. Le S. le Bousers, 
S. And with a label of three points az. M. 
Bartholomew Bousers, S. Bourchier, quar- 
terly with Louvain over all a label of three 
points az. charged with as many lions ramp. or. 
Sr. John Bourchier, Baron Berners, , quarter- 
ing Bemers, U. Bourchier, quarterly with 
Louvain, over all a label of three points az. 
charged with nine fleurs-de-lis or all quartering 
Fitzwarine. Sir John Bourchier, Baron Fitz- 
warine, U. 

Arg. a cross engr. gu. betw. four water bougets 
sa. v/ithin a bordure compony or and of the 



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637 



1 CBOSS betw. or within.... cont. 
Boogets cont. 

second (another charges it with seven bezants). 

BogKCHiEE, Kent. 
Arg. a cross engr. gu. betw. four water bougets 

sa. within a bordure countercompony or and of 

the second. Bowser, Kent. 
Erm. a cross chequy arg, and gu. betw. four 

water bougets of the third. Bowssab, co. 

Gloucester, IGOG. 
Sa. a croSs betw. four water bougets arg. Honell, 

Ashboking, Suffolk. 
Buckles 
Arg. a cross betw. four lozenge buckles gu. 

Dadews. 
Arg. a cross betw. four buckles gu. Dawbney, 

Norfolk. 
Arg. a cross humetty (another, in error, patty) 

betw, four round buckles tongues erect gu. 

Childees, Cantley, co. York. 
Gu. a cross chequy arg. and az. betw. four buckles 

of the second. Weddell. 
Caltraps 
Arg. a cross tlory betw. four caltraps az. Milton, 

London, 1684. 
Az. a cross betw. four caltraps or. Herbert 

Westfaung, Bishop of Hereford 1586-1C03 ; 

granted 1559. 

Clarions see Bests 
Coronets 
Az. a cross moline arg, betw. three antique 

crowns or. M'Arthur, Scotland. 
Az. a cross humetty raguly betw. three crowns 

or. CoiLus, King of the Brigantes a.d. 2C2-89, 

Harl.MS. 1977 fo. 12. 
Az. a cross moline betw. three antique crowns or. 

M'Akthce-Stewaet, Miltoun and Ascog ; quar- 
tering Stewart, 
Az. a cross patonce betw. three antique crowns or. 

Macabthtjr or M'Arthdr, England. 
Az. a cross patty betw. three ducal coronets or. 

Mac Arthur, England. 
Gu. a cross humetty raguly betw. three crowns 

or. Town of Nottingham ; Harl. MS. 5891. 
Sa. a cross patty betw. three crowns or. Thomas 

Thlelby, Bishop of Westminster 1540, Nor- 
wich 1550, Ely 1554-59. 
Az. a cross flory betw. four crowns or. King 

Edward the Martyr, buried at Shaftesbury; 

Harl.MS. 1156 fo. 17 and 52 ; 2021 fo. 125. 
• Az. a cross humetty raguly betw. four crowns or. 

Aurelius Ambrosids or Emrys, second son of 

CoDstantine of Armen, Harl. MS. 6870 fo. 15 b. 

Cadwell Deirnlltjc or Cadell Deybnli-wg, 

Prince of Powis, cc. 450 ; as quartered by 
. Eyton, of Eyton, co. Denbigh. 
Az. a cross patonce betw. four crowns or. King 

Edward, 924. King Edward the Martyr, 975 ; 

Harl. 31 S. 1407, 141 8. King Edwin, Harl MS. 

4033. 
Az. a cross patty fitcby betw. four crowns or. 

Roderic Moi.wynog, Harl. MS. 1971 fo. 151; 

1974 fo. 8 ; 1977 fo. 12. Conan Tyndarthwy 

^?Tyndaethwy), KingoftheCambro-Britoas,ob. 

cc. 818; quartered by Mainwaring through Eyton. 
Az. a cross raguly betw. four crowns or. Coel 

GoDEBOc, Harl. MS. 1977 fo. 87 ; 6831 fo. 338 b. 
Cotises 
Or a cross of the first fimbriated and cotised gu. 

Creveseur, Harl. MS. 1407 fo. 6. 
Arg. a cross voided and double cotised sa. within 
. a bordure or. Cluniac Priory at BROMHOLa, 

Norfolk. 



1 CBOSS betw. or withia....con(. 
Crescents 

Arg. a cross sa. betw. two crescents in chief gu. 
Waxande, V. 

Gu. a cross arg. in chief two crescents and in 
base as many mullets of the second. Marshall, 
Ireland. 

Gu. a cross erra. betw. two crescents in chief or. 
Letham or Lethem, Scotland. 

Or a cross croslet fitchy az. betw. two crescents 
in chief and a fusil in base gu. Keith, Hart- 
hill, in error for Leith, Hearthill, Scotland. 

Or a cross croslet fitchy sa. betw. two crescents 
in chief gu. and in base three fusils az. two 
and one all within a bordure of the third. 
Leith, Craighali, Scotland. 

Sa. a cross betw. two crescents arg. Eashlegh, 
Foy, Cornwall. 

Arg. a quarterpierced cross moline sa. betw. three 
crescents gu. Milward, V. 

Or a cross calvary on a griece of three steps betw. 
so many crescents gu. Edmonston. 

Or a cross croslet fitchy sa. betw. three crescents 
in chief and as many fusils in base barwise 
gu. Leith, LeJthall, Scotland, But lozenges. 
Leith, St. Peter's, Norfolk; Baronetcy 1775. 

Sa. a cross croslet fitchy betw. three crescents or. 
Harris, Alderman of London, buried at Keevil, 
CO. Wilts. 

Arg. a cross engr. betw. four crescents gu. 
Barnham. 

Arg. a cross flory betw, four crescents gu. 
Tillegh, CO. Dorset. Tillet or Tylly. Tilli. 

Arg. a cross patonce betw, four crescents gu. 
Tilley, V*. Sr. John Tilly, V. John Tyllet, 
V. Tylley, CO. Salop, Harl. MS. 1045 fo. 103-. 

Arg. a cross patty betw, four crescents gu. John 
Tilly, Y. Tylly or Tyly, Harl. MS. 1407. 

Arg. a cross sa. betw. four crescents gu. AVaxande, 
V*. 

Arg. a quarterpierced cross sa. betw. four cres- 
cents gu. WOOLDRIDGE. 

Arg. a cross humetty voided sa. betw, four cres- 
cents gu. Tippets, 

Arg. a cross moline sa. betw. four crescents gu. 
Melward, quartered by Jefferay. Milward, 
CO. Bedi'ord. 

Arg. a cross betw. four crescents sa. Fludd. 

Az. a cross moline or betw, four increscents arg. 
Waemster, Harl. MS. 1566 fo. 167. 

Gu. a cross betw. four crescents arg. Burham. 

Gu. a cross croslet arg. betw. four crescents or. 
Linton, Drumerick, Scotland. 

Gu. a cross engr. arg. betw, four crescents or, 
Leversedge. 

Gu. a cross betw. four crescents or. Sookdevall, 
V. Surd wall, Aberescir, cc. 1180. 

Or a cross engr, betw. four crescents gu. 
WiDDEESPOONS, Scotland. 

Sa. a cross betw, four crescents arg, Barnam, 
V*. Sr, Walter Baruoham, co, Worcester, V ; 
but Bermingham, Harl. MS. 1556 fo. 167 b. 
Sire Walter de Bernham, N. Bernham, V* ; 
and Berntham, Norfolk. BREHAMor Bremham. 
Sr, Walter Brenham, Norfolk, V. Brenham 
or Burham. Bruham. Buenham, Suffolk. 

Sa. a cross voided betw, four crescents arg. 
Small or Smallev, Paddington, Middlesex. 

Sa. a cross engr. betw. four crescents arg. 
Barnham, South wick, co. Hants ; and HoUing- 
bourne, and Boughton Monchelsey, Kent; Ba- 
ronetcy 1663-17:^8 ; the heiress m. Rider. 
Barnham, 1730. Beaeman, Glendie, Scotland. 



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1 CBQSS betw. or witMn.... cont. 
Crescents cont. 
Sa. a cross croslet in saltire arg. betw, four cres- 
cents or. Kerne, Truro, Cornwall. 
Sa. a cross betw. four crescents erm. Hurlston. 
Sa. a cross erm. betw. four crescents or. 

Harlston. 
Sa. a cross of bezants betw. four crescents arg. 

Tilly. 
Crosses 
Arg. a cross betw. in chief two crosses croslet 

fitchy az. Boulderson, co. Devon. 
Arg. a cross betw. in chief two crosses cros- 
let fitchy sa. Balderston Balderstone 

Balderstoun Batjderston and Bauderstone, 

Scotland. The crosses croslet fitchy charged 

with a mascle or. Balderstone, Scotland. 
Quarterly az. and gu. a cross arg. betw. in chief 

two crosses botonny or. Barnes, Lord Mayor 

of London 1370 and 1371. 
Quarterly az. and gu. a cross or betw. in chief 

two crosses croslet (sometimes fitchy) arg. 

Bdrford, V. 
Quarterly gu. and az. a cross or betw, in chief 

two crosses croslet fitchy arg. Burford, F*. 
Quarterly or and gu. a cross of pearls betw, in 

dexter chief and sinister base a cross az, in 

sinister chief and dexter base three lions pass. 

guard, gold at the centre chief point on a plate 

an Omrah turban. Hussey, Wood Walton, co. 

Huntingdon. 
Vert a cross moline betw. in chief two crosses 

croslet fitchy or. Daynton. 
Vert a cross sarcelly indented az. betw. three 

crosses croslet fitchy or. Eymobe. 
.... a cross croslet .... betw. four crosses couped 

.... Johannes de Nassington, seal, 1330. 
.... a cross humetty .... betw. four crosses 

couped .... John de Pontisara, Bishop of 

Winchester 1282-1304, Gent. Mag., 1837, viii, 

238. 
Arg. a cross potent az. betw. four crosses patty 

gu. Robert de Sigillo, Bishop of London 

1141-51. 
Arg. a cross betw. four crosses botonny fitchy gu. 

Belinge. 
Arg. a cross betw. four crosses croslet fitchy gu. 

Bealtng. Billing, Billinge, co. Lancaster. 
Arg. a cross voided betw. four crosses croslet gu. 

Bylling, F*. The crosses croslet fitchy. 

Billinge, Billinge, co. Lancaster. Thomas 

Bylling, F. 
Arg. a cross betw. four crosses patty gu. Lam, 

Scotland. 
Arg. a cross moline (rather sarcelly) gu. betw. 

four crosses patty sa. Ralegh, F. 
Arg. a cross crouchy betw. four crosses croslet or. 

Jerusalem, Z, 299, 524. 
Arg. a cross potent betw. four crosses patty or. 

Godfrey, BoUeyne. City of Jerusalem ; quar- 
terly with harry of seven arg, and az. a lion 

ramp, gu, for Cyprus; but quarterly with az. 

flory or a label arg. for Naples, Harl. MS. 

0829 fo. 46. Sometimes set up by Sir Richard 

Clouoh. 
Arg. a cross engr. sa. betw. four crosses croslet 

fitcby gu. Adenstoun Adingstoun or. 

Adinston. Aldestoun, That Ilk, Scotland. 
Arg. a cross betw. four crosses patty sa. Dakcy. 
Az. a cross engr. arg. betw. four crosses croslet 

fitchy or. Ottys. 
Az. a cross sarcelly or betw. four crosses croslet 

fitchy arg. Carlisle. 



1 CSOSS betw. or within .... cont. 
Crosses cont. 
Az. a cross moline (ratber, sarcelly) betw. four 

crosses patty or. Forester. Forster, F. 
Az. a cross sarcelly betw. four crosses patty or. 

Forsoldee. Foster. 
Gu. a cross betw. four crosses croslet arg. 

Byllinges, F*. The crosses croslet fitchy arg. 

Billings, co. Bedford. Byllings, F. 
Gu. a cross betw. four crosses croslet fitchy or. 

ASTWELL. 

Or a cross az. betw. four crosses croslet fitchy gu. 
Lyell or Lyle, Dysart, Scotland. And with a 
bordure engr. of the last. Lyell, Kinnordy, 
Scotland. 

Or a cross az. betw. four crosses patty fitchy gu. 
Lyell or Lyle, Murthill, Scotland. And with 
a bordure engr. of the second. Lyell or Lyle, 
Woodhead, Scotland. 

Or a cross betw, four crosses patty fitchy gu. 
within a bordure engr. az. Lyal, Scotland. 

Per pale gu. and arg. a cross potent counter- 
potent and quadrat betw. four crosses patty 
counterchanged. Saint Chad, Bishop of Lich- 
field. Bishopric of Lichfield and Coventry. 

Per pale gu. and arg. a cross potent per pale 
betw. four crosses patty the dexter silver the 
sinister gold. Bisliopric of Lichfield and 
Coventry, Lansd. MS. 255; Cotton MS. Tibe- 
rius D 10. 

Quarterly az. and gu. a cross betw. four crosses 
croslet or. Barnes, London. 

Sa. a cross betw. four crosses tau arg. Mabbehy, 
F. Maebury. 

Vert a cross moline betw. four crosses croslet 
fitchy or. Baynham, co. Hereford, 

Vert a cross patonce or betw, four crosses patty 
arg. Town of Abingdon, co. Berks ; confirmed 
1623. 

Arg. a cross sarcelly gu. betw. five crosses patty 
sa. Raleigh. 

Arg. a cross sarcelly gu. betw. six crosses patty 
sa. Raleigh. 

Vert a cross sarcelly betw. six crosses croslet 
fitchy or. Eywen. 

Arg. a cross sarcelly gu. betw, eight crosses patty 
sa, Raleigh. 

Gu. a cross betw. eight crosses patty arg. Moone 
or Moyne. 

Arg. a cross moline (rather, sarcelly) gu. betw. 
nine crosses patty sa. Robert Ralegh, F. • 

Az. a cross sarcelly disjointed betw. nine crosses 
croslet or. Knolles. 

Vert a cross moline betw. nine crosses croslet 
fitchy or. Eymont, Essex, F. 

Arg. a cross chequy (sometimes compony) az. 
and or betw. twelve crosses croslet fitchy sa. 

. Cluniac Priory at Castle- Acre or Estacre, 
Norfolk. 

Arg. a cross moline betw, twelve crosses croslet 
gu, Raleigh, Farmings, co. Warwick. 

Arg. a cross voided betw. twelve crosses croslet 
fitchy gu. Billing, Deding, co. Oxford. 

Az. a cross arg. betw. twelve crosses croslet fitchy 
or. ExTON, Lord Mayor of London 1386. 

Gu. a cross betw. twelve crosses croslet arg. 
Brockhill. Halswell, F*. 

Gu. a cross betw. twelve crosses croslet fitchy arg. 
Halswell, F. 

Gu. a cross engr. betw. twelve crosses croslet 
fitchy arg, Brockhill. 

Gu. a cross betw. twelve crosses patty fitchy arg. 

H ALSWELL, 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



1 CROSS betw. or within.... c on t. 
Crosses cont. 
Gu. a cross engr. arg. betw. twelve crosses croslet 

or. Brockhill or BnocKHULi-, Aldington, 

Kent. 
Gu. a cross engr. arg. betw. twelve crosses croslet 

fitcby or. Brokhull, Kent, V. Shelling, 

Kent. 
Gu. a cross betw. twelve crosses croslet or. 
. Freeman. Frenband, V. Wodhous, V. 

WooDHousE, V*. WooDHousE, Wombume 

Woodhouse, co. Stafford. 
Az. a cross moline disjoined betw. thirteen crosses 

croslet or. Thomas Knoles, V. 
Az. a cross patty betw. sixteen crosses croslet arg. 

Beronger Le Moye, (?. 
Gu. a cross betw. sixteen crosses croslet or. 

WoODHOtlSE. 

Az. a cross betw. eighteen crosses croslet arg; 

COBHAM, W. 

Gu. a cross betw. eighteen crosses croslet or. 

Fbeneland, V. 
Arg. a cross botonny betw. crosses croslet gu. 

Raleigh, co. Warwick. 
Arg. a cross sarcelly sa. betw. crosses croslet gu. 

Raleigh. . 
Az. a cross moline (voided throughout, i. e.) dis- 
, joined betw. crosses croslet or. Knollys or 

Knowles, Barony 1G03, Viscount Wallingford 

1616, Earl of Banbury 1636, ob. s. p. 1. 1632. 

Knowles, Lovell Hill, co. Berks; Baronetcy 

1705, quartering gu. on a chev. arg. three roses 

of the first. 
Gu. a cross betw. crosses croslet or. Fearnland. 

Frebant, CO. Buckingham. Sire Nicholas 
. Fbembaud, N. 
Gu. a cross betw. crosses croslet fitchy or. 

Brocket or Brockhill, Kent. Exton. 
Gu. a cross patty or betw. crosses croslet .... 

Sr. William le Latymer, H. 
Or a cross patty betw. crosses croslet sa. Moyne. 

Caps 
Vert a cross croslet betw. three covered cups arg. 

SirHamondSucTON,L,HarL il/S.C589 fo. 44 b. 
Gu. a cross betw. four covered cups arg. RichHrd 

De la Wich, Bishop of Chichester 1245-53. 
Or a cross sa. betw. foiu' covered cups gu. 

EUSTON. 

Cushions 

Gu. a cross arg. betw. four cushions lozengewise 
erm. tasseled or. William Redman, Bishop of 
Norwich 1595-1602; granted 1595. 

Gu. a cross arg. betw. fonrwoolpacksor. Redman. 

Gu. a cross betw. four cushions erm. Redman. 
Escallops 

Quarterly or and arg. a cross engr. per pale sa. 

and gu. in the sinister chief two escallops and 

in the dexter base one of the third over all a 

bend of the last. Cottrell, Garnons, co. 

Hereford ; Baronetcy 18(16. 
Sa. a cross engr. betw. in chief two escallops arg. 

John de Pandouce, V. 
Sa. a cross engr. or betw. in chief two escallops 

arg. John de Pondonce, V. 
Sa. a cross or betw. in chief two escallops arg. 

Ufford. 
Sa. a cross engr. or betw. in chief two escallops 

arg. Waddon. 
Sa. a cross indented or betw. in chief two escallops 

arg. John de Ufford, F. 
Arg. a cross erm. betw. four escallops sa. 

Grossman, co. Somerset. 



1 CBOSS betw. or within cont. 

Escallops cont. 
Arg. a cross patonce gu. betw. four escallops az. 

Richard Sampson, Bishop of Chichester 1536, 

Lichfield etc. 1543-54. 
Arg. a cross patonce voided betw. four escallops 

gu. Richard Sampson, Bishop of Chichester 

1536, Lichfield etc. 1543-54; Add. MS. 12443. 
Arg. a cross flory gu. betw. four escallops sa. 

Sampson. 
Arg. a cross moline gu. betw. four escallops sa. 

Sampson, Henbury, co. Gloucester. 
Arg. a cross patonce gu. betw. four escallops sa. 

Sampson, Suffolk, V. 
Arg. a cross betw. four escallops sa. Cockshall 

or Coyshall, Essex. Sire de Cogeshale, N. 

Coggeshall, Milton, and Bengali, Suffolk. 

CoGGESHALL.Coggeshall. SirRichard Cogshall, 

Essex, V. M. William Cog'sale, S. Cokefull. 
Arg. a cross patonce betw. four escallops sa. 

Morgan. 
Arg. a cross vairy or and gu. betw. four escallops 

sa. Collar or Coller, co. Gloucester; and 

Loudon. 
Az. a cross pierced betw. four escallops arg. 

HORSLEY. 

Or a cross patonce gn. betw. four escallops sa. 
Sampsonne, Norfolk, Harl. MS. 1449 fo. 84. 

Per pale sa. and arg. a cross betw. four escallops 
counterchanged. Hok, V, Hoke, F*. 

Quarterly arg. and sa. a cross betw. four escallops 
counterchanged. Hack, Essex. Hoke or 
Hook. Hooker, Harl. MS. 1045 fo. 95. 

Quarterly arg. and sa. a cross engr. betw. four 
escHllops counterchanged. Hoke or Hooke. 
Hole, co. Salop. 

Quarterly sa. and arg. a cross betw. four escallops 
counterchanged. Hoke, V. Hooke, V*. 
Hooke, Alway, co. Gloucester ; Brarashott, co. 
Hants; Hanchford, Surrey; and Chichester, 
Sussex ; confirmed 1559-60. 

Sa. a cross betw. four escallops arg. Cockshall. 

Sa. a cross flory betw. four escallops arg. 
Fletcher, co. Stafford. Fletcher, co. Glou- 
cester. Fletcher, Saltonn, Scotland. But 
with a bordure engr. for diff. arg. Fletcher, 
Aberlady, Scotland. 

Sa. a cross flory betw. four escallops arg. each 
charged with a cross flory of the first. Fludyer, 
Lord Mayor of London 1761. 

Sa. a cross flory voided plain betw. four escallops 
arg. Fletcher, Harl. MS. 1045 fo. 36. 

Sa. a cross flory arg. betw. four escallops or. 
Atkins, V*. Atkinson, co. Cambridge; granted 
1624. 

Sa. a cross patonce betw. fonr escallops arg. 
Fletcher, Salton. Mili.ington. And with a 
bordure engr. arg. Fletcher, Aberlady. 
Nishet. 

Sa. a cross patonce betw. four escallops arg. each 
charged with a cross patonce of the field. 
Fludyer, London ; and Troustrey, co. Mon- 
mouth; Baronetcy 1759. 

Sa. a cross patonce voided betw. four escallops 
arg. Richard Fletcher, Bishop of Bristol 
1589, Worcester 1592, London 1595-6, Landg. 
MS. 255 ; but voided plain in Harl. MS. 4199. 
Voided plain, Fletcher, Kent, W. 

Sa. a cross wavy betw. four escallops arg. 
Stringer, co. Gloucester. 

Sa. a cross erm. betw. four escallops arg. Wil- 
liam Pleasaunce, Tudenbam, Suffolk ; granted 
1576, W. 



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1 CSOSS betw. or within .... cont. 

Escallops cont. 

Sa. a cross patonce or betw. four escallops arg. 
Sampson, Bynfield, Berks; and Kersey, Suflfolk. 

Arg. a cross betw. in each quarter three escallops 
sa. Wesley. 
Escucheons 

Arg. a cross gu. betw. four escucheons each re- 
gally crowned ppr. in the dexter chief and 
sinister base quarterly France and England in 
the sinister chief Scotland the third Ireland. 
Company of Virginia Merchants. 

-, ... a long cross mounted on three degrees en- 
signed on the top with a fleur-de-lis betw. two 
escucheons each charged with two chev. and a 
chief .... Town of Heytesbury, co. Wilts. 
Estoiles 

Gu. a cross betw. in chief two estoiles or 
Hancorne, London, 1634. 

Arg. a cross patty betw. three estoiles az. Innes, 
Edinburgh. 

Az. a cross patty betw. three estoiles arg. 
Murray, Drumcairn, Scotland. 

Arg. a cross betw. four estoiles az. Bannatyne, 
Scotland. 

Arg. a cross moline az. betw. four pierced estoiles 
gu. Webb. 

Arg. a cross patonce az. betw. four estoiles gu. 
Richmond alias Webb, Stewkley, co. Bucking- 
ham ; and Radborne, co. Wilts; Hurl. MS. 
1443 fo. 58. The estoiles pierced. Richard 
Richmond, Bishop of Sodor and Man 1755-72. 

Arg. a cross betw. four estoiles gu. Clere, V*. 
Kleere. IClere, V. But rowels of six points. 
Banbury, as quartered by Doyley. 

Arg. a cross engr. betw. four estoiles gu. Gorney, 
V; and Norfolk. Gourney. 

Arg. a cross patty betw. four rowels gu. Sire 
Thomas de Baunebury, N. 

Arpj. a cross voided betw. four estoiles sa. Stapers, 
London. 

Az. a cross flory betw. four estoiles or. Sterling. 

Az. a cross patty betw. four estoiles or. Sr. 
John Sterunge, Suffolk, V. Sterling, F*. 

Or a cross betw.fourestoiles gu. Klere or Kleere. 

Az. a cross patty fitchy arg. betw. eight estoiles 
or. Caldwell, Inglis, Scotland. 

Az. a cross patty fitchy betw. eight estoiles or. 
Caldwell, Harl. MS. 1560 fo. 49 b. Kadwall. 

Az. a cross patty fitchy betw. ten estoiles or. 
Caldwell, London ; and co. Worcester. 
Fire 

Arg. a cross betw. four flames of fire gu. George 
Day, Bishop of Chichester 1543-51, and 1554-6. 
Fireballs 

Quarterly arg. and gu. a cross betw. in the dexter 
chief and sinister base a fireball but in sinister 
chief and dexter base a rose counterchanged. 
George Day, Bishop of Chichester 1543-51, and 
1554-6 : ? granted 1582 : Cole MS. Ivii, fo. 367. 
Fish 

Az. a cross flory betw. six herrings or. Heigham. 
Fleurs-de-lis 

Quarterly arg. and az. a cross counterchanged 
betw. in dexter chief and sinister base a fleur- 
de-lis of the second in sinister chief and dexter 
base a leopard's head as the first. Town of 
Shaftesbury, co. Dorset. 

Quarterly az. and gu. a cross arg. betw. in dexter 
chief and sinister base a fleur-de-lis but in 
sinister chief and dexter base a lion pass, 
guard, or. Company of French Merchants ; 
granted 1013, Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10,884. 



1 CROSS betw. or within. 



.cont. 



Fleurs-de-lis cont. 

Az. a cross arg. betw. in chief two fleurs-de-lis 
and in base as many (escallops) .... Chenevix, 
Bishop of Killaloe 1745, Waterford 17 46-79. 

Arg. a cross croslet fitchy sa. betw. three fleurs- 
de-lis gu. Hilliard. 

.... a cross erm. betw. four fleurs-de-lis in 
saltire .... Town of Doncaster. 

Arg. a cross engr. az. betw. four-fleurs-de-lis gu. 
Cowie, Aberdeen. 

Arg. a cross betw. four fleurs-de-lis gu. 
Tottenham, Ireland. 

Arg. a cross humetty betw. four fleurs-de-lis gu. 

W^ ATKINSON. 

Arg. a cross gu. betw. four fleurs-de-lis sa. 
Fenton, CO. York. 

Arg. a cross sa. betw. four fleurs-de-lis gu. 
Egleston, CO. Lancaster. 

Arg. a cross betw. four fleurs-de-lis sa. Fenton, 
Kent; W: Harl. MS. 1415 fo. 24 6; 4108 fo. 67; 
Crake, co. York ; and co. Nottingham. Thomas 
de Fenton, Y. Lee. 

Az. a cross engr. arg. betw. four fleurs-de-lis erm. 
Goldingham, F. 

Az. a cross botonny fitchy arg. betw. four fleurs- 
de-lis or. Rede, Norfolk. 

Az. a cross erm. betw. four fleurs-de-lis or. 
Andrewes, Bisbrooke, Rutland. 

Az. a cross patty erminois betw. four fleurs-de-lis 
or. Ward, Willey, Surrey. Ward, co. Ciiester. 

Az. a cross patty throughout or betw. four fleurs- 
de-lis gu. Jager. 

kz. a cross betw. four fleurs-de-lis or. Crozier, 
Stoke Dabernon, Surrey. 

Az. a cross flory betw. four fleurs-de-lis or. 
Jenner, Essex. Joyner. 

Az. a cross patty betw. four fleurs-de-lis or. 
Jennour, Essex. 

Az. a cross patonce betw. four fleurs-de-lis or. 
Alverston, Dunmore. Jenoure, Much Dun- 
mow, Essex ; Baronetcy 1628-1755. Jenoyre, 
Essex : granted by Cooke, W. 

Az. a cross potent betw. four fleurs-de-lis or. 
Jenner, Essex. 

Gu. a cross betw. four fleurs-de-lis arg. William 
AsHURST, Lord Mayor of London 1694. Tho- 
mas ASHURST, 1716. ASHHURST Or ASHURST, 

Ashurst, CO. Lancaster. Ashurst, Waterstock, 

CO. Oxford ; Baronetcy 1688-1732 ; the heiress 

m. Allin. 
Gu. a cross engr. betw. four fleurs-de-lis ai'g. 

Sr. Adam Ashenhurste, Q. Ashurst, co. 

Lancaster, V. 
Gu. a cross erm. betw. four fleurs-de-lis or. 

Fenton; quartered by Scott. 
Gu. a cross engr. or betw. four fleurs-de-lis arg. 

Ashurst, co. Lancaster. 
Gu. a cross humetty engr. or betw. four fleurs-de- 
lis arg. Ashworth, Ashworth, and Hall Carr, 

CO. Lancaster ; and EUand Bank, co. York. 
Gu. a cross patonce fitchy betw. four fleurs-de-lis 

or. Reade. 
Or a cross betw. four fleurs-de-lis az. Burton. 
Per pale gu. and az. a cross botonny fitchy or betw. 

four fleurs-de-lis arg. Rythe, Chipsted, Surrey. 
Per pale gu. and sa. a cross botonny fitchy arg. 

betw. four fleurs-de-lis or. Reade, Lord Mayor 
of London 1502. Reede, London, Harl. MS. 

1466fo.48i>. 
Per pale gu. and sa. a cross botonny fitchy or betw. 
four fleurs-de-lis arg. Read, F*. Rede, V. 
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1 CBOSS betw. or within cont. 

Fleurs-de-lis cont. 
Per pale gu. and sa. a cross botonny fitchy betw, 

four fleurs-de-lis or. Reade, Coussom, co. 

Wilts; and London. Rede, V*. Rither, 

Harl. MS. 1405 fo. 48 b. Rythe, F*. 
Per pale gu. and sa. a cross croslet fitchy betw. 

four fleurs-de-lis or. Rythe. 
Per pale or and arg. a cross botonny fitchy betw. 

four fleurs-de-lis counterchanged. Rede. The 

fleurs-de-lis sa. Reade, Yate, co. Gloucester. 
Per pale sa. and gu. a cross botonny betw. four 

fleurs-de-lis or. Rich, Leydon, Essex ; granted 

1590. 
Sa. a cross betw. four fleurs-de-lis arg. Banke. 

F. John de Banke, quartering arg. a chev. 

betw. three annulets gu., X. Banks, co. 

York. 
Sa. a cross engr. erm. betw. four fleurs-de-lis or. 

Bankes, Corfe Castle, and Kingston Hall, co. 

Dorset; quartering Bruen, Martin, Pydel, 

Wynne, and Jones. 
Sa. a cross or betw. four flenrs-de-lis arg. Banck 

or Banke, London ; and co. York. Banke, 

Quixley, co. Stafibrd ; descended from Banke, 

of Banke Newton, Harl. MS. 1415 fo. 20. 

Banks, Revesby Abbey, co. Lincoln ; Baronetcy 

1781-1820. 
Sa. a cross engr. or betw. four fleurs-de-lis arg . 

Bancks. CO. Gloucester; and co. Lancaster. 

Bank, Craven, V. Banke. 
Sa. a cross betw. four fleurs-de-lis or. Banks, 

CO. York. 
Sa. a cross botonny fitchy betw. four fleurs-de-lis 

or. Reade, Harl. MS. 1407. 
Quarterly az. and gu. a cross wavy arg. betw. in 

dexter chief and sinister base six fleurs-de-lis 

but in sinister chief and dexter base as many 

rings or gemmed az. Montgomery, Magbie 

Hall, CO. Peebles ; Baronetcy 1774-18-31. 
Arg. a cross betw. in chief fleurs-'de-lis sa. 

SUYLUER, V. 

Az. a cross arg. betw. twelve fleurs-de-lis or. 

Fresmes or Fresnes, France. 
Az. a cross betw. twelve fleurs-de-lis or. Fresmes. 
Gu. a cross betw. twelve fleurs-de-lis arer. Henry 

Cobham, V ; or de Cobeham, A, Harl. MS. 

6137. 
Gu. a cross arg. betw. twelve fleurs-de-lis or. 

Henry de Cobeham, A ; or Cobbeham, F. 
Gu. a cross betw. twelve fleurs-de-lis or. Cobham, 

Kent. 
Arg. a cross engr. sa. betw. eighteen fleurs-de-^lis 

gu. Herdeson, Kent, IF. Herdson or 

Herdsonne, Kent. 
Gu. a cross arg. betw. eighteen fleurs-de-lis or. 

Heorri de Cobbeham, E. 
Arg. a cross engr. betw. twenty fleurs-de-lis gu. 

Herdson, Kent. The cross sa. Herdsonne, 

Kent, Harl. MS. 4108 fo. 60. 
Gu. a cross engr. betw. fleurs-de-lis or. 

Nalingest, Essex. 
Flower Bose 

Arg. a cross patonce sa. betw. in the dexter chief 
a rose in base a orescent and a harp gu. Mat- 
thias Tayler, Wisbeach, ob. 1633, CoZe MS. xi, 
25. Sir Thomas Tayler, Suffolk. Tayler, 
Deeping, co. Lincoln. 

Flowers .... Mayflowers 

Gu. a cross engr. erm. betw. in chief two May- 
flowers slipped or. Mayfield, co. Cambridge; 
granted 1684. 



1 CBOSS betw. or within cont. 

Flowers cont. Boses 

Az. a cross arg. betw. in chief two roses or and in 
base as many fleurs-de-lis of the second. 
Quennell, Chittingfold, Surrey. 

Az. a cross betw. in chief two roses or and in 
base as many fleurs-de-lis arg. Qitstnell, 
Compton, Surrey, The fleurs-de-lis or. Peter 
QuiviLL, Bishop of Exeter 1280-91. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. a cross flory counter- 
changed betw. in dexter chief and sinister 
base a rose of the second seeded or barbed 
vert in sinister chief and dexter base (an es- 
toile of thirty-two points, another) a sun or. 
Thomas Bentham, Bishop of Lichfield, etc. 
1500-79; granted 1560; Lansd. MS. 255, 

,,., Thistles 
Or a cross calvary upon a griece of three steps gu, 
betw. two thistles in fess ppr, Christaix, 
Aberdeen. 

.. ..Lilies 
Sa. (but az. Tanner) a cross (sometimes engr.) 
or betw. four lilies arg. Benedictine Abbey at 
Cerne or Cernell, co. Dorset. 

. . . .Boses 

Arg. a cross betw. four roses gu. Samuel Trotman, 
CO. Gloucester, 1716. Trotman, V*. The 
roses seeded or barhed vert. Trotman, Cam, 
CO. Gloucester; granted 1571. 

Arg. a cross engr. betw. four roses gu. Aiton, 
That Ilk, CO. Berwick ; a heiress ra. Home. 
Aiton, Duomure, co. Fife. And with a bor- 
dure of the second. Aiton, Sinaldy, a cadet 
of that Ilk. But with a crescent for difi*. 
Aiton, Inchdarnie. 

Arg. a cross engr. betw. four roses gu. over all a 
black rod ppr. Aiton, Kippo. 

Arg. a cross gu. betw. four roses ppr. Knapp. 

Arg. a cross engr. sa. betw. four roses gu. Keir, 
Kenmouth, co. Perth ; quartered by Small. 
KiER, Scotland. 

Arg. a cross flory betw. four roses vair. Cister- 
cian Abbey at Melsa or Meaux, co. York. 

Az. a cross patty betw. four roses arg. Sire Ro- 
bert de Hoscote, J, Harl. MS. 6137. 

Az. a cross arg. betw. four roses or. Hoton. 

Az. a cross patty arg. betw. four roses or. M. 
Robert Hotot, S. 

Az. a cross patonce erm. betw. four roses or. 
Sr. Robert de Hostot, co. Bedford, temp. 
Edward I, F. The cross patty. Sire Robert de 
HoFTOT,2V'. Hostetoft or Hotoft. Hhtetoft. 

Az. a cross engr. or betw. four roses arg. 
Burton, F*. The roses barbed vert. Burton. 

Az. a cross patty betw. four roses or. Sire Ro- 
bert de Hoscote, J, Harl. MS. 6589. The 
cross sarcelly. Horscote. 

Gu. a quarter-^pierced cross betw. four roses arg. 
Waget. 

Gu. a cross lozengy betw. four roses arg. 
Packer; granted by Camden, W. Packer, 
Alston, CO. Gloucester ; Groombridge, Kent ; 
Baddow, Essex ; and Bucklebury, co. Berks. 

Gu. a cross flory arg. betw. four roses or. Sr. de 
Cantoke, V. 

Gu. a cross lozengy or betw. four roses arg. 

Packer. 
Gu. a cross betw, four roses or leaved vert, 

Babnsley, 
Per pale az. and purp. a cross engr. or betw. four 
roses arg. Burton, co. York. Burton, Bur- 
ton Hall, and PoUacton, co. Carlow. 

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1 CBOSS betw. or ■within.... cont. 

Flowers cont. Boses cont. 

Per pale gu. and az. a cross engr. or betw. four 
roses arg. Burton, co. Salop, W. 

Per pale (or) and (gn.) a cross botonny betw. 
four roses (countercbanged). Fayrbeard, V*. 

Purp. a cross engr. or betw. four roses arg. barbed 
vert a crescent for diflf. Burton, co. Salop. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. a cross betw. four roses 
countercbanged. George Day, Bisbop of Cbi- 
cbesler 1543-51 and 1554-C; ColeMS. xiv,fo.l9 b. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. a cross quarterly pierced 
betw. four roses countercbanged slipped vert. 
Day. 

Quarterly (az. and gu., Burton, co. Salop ;) gu. 
and az. a cross engr. or betw. four roses arg. 
Burton, Longnor, co. Salop, W. 

Sa. a cross betw. four roses arg. a mullet gu. for 
difiF. Barnesly, co. Stafford; and Surrey; 
granted 1597. 
8-Foils 

Arg. a cross countercompony sa. and or betw. 
four 3-foils slipped of the second. Foyle, co. 
Dorset ; and co. Hants, 1609. 

Gu. a cross flory betw. four 3-foils slipped or. 
Manning, Downe, Kent; confirmed 1577. 

Gu. a cross patonce betw. four 3-foils or. 
MANNiNG,Sussex. The3-foilsslipped. Manning, 
Cholmondley, CO. Chester. Manynge, V. 

Or a cross raguly betw. four 3-foiIs slipped vert. 
Clarke. Clerke. 

Quarterly az. and gu. a cross patonce betw. four 
3-foils slipped or. Manning, Norfolk. 

Sa. a cross patonce betw. four 3-foiIs slipped or. 
Maning, V*. Manynge, V. 
d-Foils 

Quarterly az. and arg. a cross betw. in dexter 
chief and sinister base two 5-foils of the se- 
cond but in sinister chief and dexter base as 
many pelicans feeding their young gu. Fullar, 
Scotland. 

Arg. a cross engr. betw. three 5-foils so. Foxley. 

Arg. a cross croslet fitcby sa. betw. three 5-foils 
within a double tressure flory counterflory vert. 
Livingston, Counteswells. 

Arg. a cross betw. four 5-foils gu. Langan, Ire- 
land. Lawrance, CO. Hants. Lawrens, co. 
Dorset ; and Winchester. 

Arg, a cross patonce betw. four 5-foils vair. Cis- 
tercian Abbey at Melsa or Meaux, co. York. 

Az. a cross patty erm. betw. four 5-foils or. 
Huttofts, CO. Bedford. The cross patty 
throughout. Hutostes, co. Bedford, V. 

Az. a cross flory betw. four 5-foils or. Marcury. 
Merary. Mercury, V*. St. Martney or 
St. Mercney. St. Mercury, V. 

Az. a cross patonce voided arg. betw. four 5-foils 
or. Melton, Chester; granted 1560, W. 

Az. a cross patty betw. four 5-foils or. Hutosts. 
V*. 

Az. a cross patty throughout or betw. four 5-foils 
.... Hutosts, F. The 5-foils or. Hutoft, T*. 

Gu. a cross patonce betw. four 5-foils or. 
Manning, Combam, Kent, Add. MS. 14307 ; 
granted 1577. 

Per pale or and gu. a cross botonny betw. four 
5-foils countercbanged. Fairbeard, North- 
more, CO. Oxford ; granted 1610. The cross 
botonny fitcby. Fairbeard, Middlesex. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. a cross betw. four 5-foils 
countercbanged. Allieson or Allison. 

.... a cross betw. twenty 5-foils or. Haldenby, 
CO. Northampton. 



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.cont. 



Fruit Plumbs 

Sa. a cross engr. betw. four plumbs arg. 

Butterworth, v. 

.... Pomegranates 
Sa. a cross engr. arg. four pomegranates slipped 

or. Whittington, Whittington, co. Derby; 

coheirs m. Deihick and F,yre. Whittington, 

quartered by Eyre, W. 
Fusils 
Gu. a cross betw. in chief two fusils or and in 

base as many buck's heads erased arg. armed 

of the second. Cleverill. 
Az. a cross croslet betw. three fusils or. Wabryn, 

CO. Chester, 
Garbs 
Arg. a cross sa, betw. two garbs in chief gu. 

Guthrie. 
Gu. a cross betw. four garbs or, Thomas 

Westfield, Bishop of Bristol 1642-4. 
Sa. a cross chequy or and az. betw. four garbs of 

the second. Skillicower, Pears, co. Lan- 
caster. The cross compony. Skiijjcorne, 

Pears, co. Lancaster; and Press, co. York. 

But countercompony. Skyllecobne, Prees, 

CO. Lancaster, W. 
Gouttes 
Gu. a cross croslet or betw. eight gouttes d'eau, 

Hawborough. 
Arg. a cross (sometimes patty throughout) sa. 

betw. twelve gouttes de sang. Anselm, Arch- 

bishop of Canterbury 1093-1109. 
Arg. a cross gu. betw. twenty gouttes de sang. 

Fitz, Fitzford, co. Devon ; Guillim. The cross 

engr. gu. Fitz, Fitzford, co. Devon ; the 

lieiress m. Percy, Darcy, Howard, and Gran- 
ville, 
Arg. ft cross patty gu, betw, gouttes de sang, 

Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury 1093-1109. 
Arg. a cross engr. or betw. gouttes de larmes. 

Chanrey; Edmondson. 
Az. a cross engr. or betw. gouttes d'eau. 

(? Chanrey). 
Az. a cross patty fitcby gold betw, gouttes d'or. 

Reade or Reede, co. Gloucester. 

Heads (Beasts) Goat 

Gu. a cross or betw. in chief two goat's heads 

erased arg. attired gold and in base as many 

lozenges of the second. Cheverill, V. 
Gu. a cross or betw. in chief two goat's heads 

erased arg. and in base as many lozenges vair. 

Gatesbery, F. Gatesby, r*. Geteseery, 

, ...Leopard 

.... a cross botonny .... betw. in chief two 
leopard's heads and in base as many 5-foils 
.... Whiting, Glastonbury, co. Somerset. 

Per pale arg. and gu. a cross patonce betw. in the 
sinister chief and dexter base a leopard's face 
countercbanged, Milborne, quartered by 
Pilkington. 

Quarterly az. and gu. a cross engr. per pale or 
and arg. betw. in dexter chief and sinister base 
a leopard's face or and in sinister chief and 
dexter base a cbaplet gold. Brook, London. 

....Wolf 

Arg. a cross flory betw. two wolf's heads erased 
in bend sa. Pearsali., Willsbridge, co. Glou- 
cester. 

Bear 

Az. a cross patty betw, three bear's heads couped 
arg. muzzled gu. Forbes, Ardo, Scotland ; 
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1 CROSS betw. or within cont. 

Heads cont. (Beast) Bear cont. 
Az. a cross patty fitcby betw, three bear's heads 
couped arg. muzzled sa. Forbes, Craigjvar 
Castle, CO. Aberdeen; Baronetcy 1630. Forbes 
Mitchell, Thainston, co. Aberdeen; quarter- 
ing Mitchell. 
Az. a cross patty fitchy or betw. three bear's 
heads couped arg. muzzled gu. Forbes, Corse, 
Scotland. 

.. ..Boar 
Arg. a cross croslet fitchy gu. betw. three boar's 

heads couped sa. Cruikshanks, London. 
Arg. a cross croslet sa. betw. three boar's heads 

erased az. Hogue, Scotland. 
Az. a cross flory betw. three boar's heads erased 

arg. Gordon, Camousie, Scotland. 
Az. a cross moline betw. three boar's heads erased 
or. Gordon, Edinglassie, Scotland. 
.... Monster 
Per chev. sa. and arg. a cross patty counter- 
changed betw. in chief two griffin's heads erased 
of the second collared gu. and iu base another 
as the first collared or. Tooke, Thompson, 
Norfolk. 

. . . . ( Beast ) Boar 
Quarterly arg. and sa. a cross quarterly ermines 
and erm. betw. four boar's heads counterchanged 
each holding in the mouth a sprig of oak 
ppr. Owen Oglethorpe, Bishop of Carlisle 
1557-60. 

....Deer 
Az. a cross betw. four hind's heads couped arg. 

Dickenson or Dikenson. 
Sa. a cross betw. four hind's heads erased or. 

Dixon, co. Hertford ; granted 1630. 
Vert a cross betw. four hind's heads couped or. 
DiccoNSON. Dickinson, V* ; granted 1625. 
.... Goats 
Gu. a cross or betw. four goat's heads erased arg. 
Gadbery. 

....Horse 
Gu. a cross moline arg. betw. four nag's heads 
erased or. Beke, Norfolk. 

.... Leopards 

Arg. a cross patonce quarterly az. and gu. betw. 

four leopard's faces sa. Hutchinge, co. Devon. 

Az. a cross or betw. four leopard's beads arg. 

Sr. Anthony Kingeston, K.G., V. Kingston, 

CO. Leicester; co. Gloucester; and Grimslye, 

and Bassingham, co. Lincoln. 

Az. a cross betw. four leopard's heads or. 

Kingston. 
■ Gu. a cross betw. four leopard's faces arg. 

Smail, Scotland. 
Sa. a cross arg. betw. four leopard's heads or. Be- 
nedictine Priory of St. Martin at Dover, Kent. 
Sa. a cross erm. betw. four leopard's faces 
or. THORNDicKjBurnell, co. Lincoln; granted 
1016. 
Sa. a cross betw. four leopard's faces or. 
Boulting, Collinson, Somerset, i, 192. Bene- 
dictine Priory of St. Martin at Dover. 
Sa. a cross betw. four leopard's heads jessant-de- 
lis or. Hulbat or Hublblatt, Farnham, 
Surrey. Hulbebt, Corsham, co. Wilts. 
Sa. a cross botonny betw. four leopard's heads or 
within a bordure engr. arg. charged with eight 
torteaux. Westbery, V. Westbury, F*. 
Vert a cross raguly betw. four leopard's faces arg. 

Newton, co. Lincoln ; granted 1000. 
Vert a cross raguly betw. four leopard's heads or. 
Stowe, Newton, co. Lincoln. 



1 CBOSS betw. or within.... cont. 
Heads cont. (Beast) Lion 
.... a cross betw. four lion's heads erased gu. 
Thackston or THEXTON.Trunch, Norfolk, 1588; 
quartering erm. fretty nz. 
Arg. a cross flory betw. four lion's heads erased 

gu. Stokes. 
Arg. a cross patonce gu. betw. four lion's heads 

erased sa. Stokys, V. 
Arg. a cross patty quarterly az. and gu. betw. four 
lion's heads erased sa. langued of the second. 
Hichins, Cornwall. 
Arg. a cross flory quarterly gu. and az. betw. four 
lion's heads erased sa. Hitchins. The cross 
patonce. Hechins, Hole, Cornwall. 
Az. a cross or betw. four lion's heads erased arg. 

Kingston, co. Leicester. 
Gu. a cross raguly betw. four lion's heads erased 
arg. crowned or. Walker, Bringwood, co. 
Hereford; ^rajitei 1060. 
Quarterly gu. and az. a cross erm. betw. four 
lion's heads erased or. March, Willesly 
Park, CO. Cambridge; and More Critchell, co. 
Dorset. 
Sa. a cross betw. four lion's heads erased arg. 
Marche. Marshe, London ; and Westminster. 
And with a crescent for difl'. Richard March, 
CO. Worcester, V. The cross patonce. March. 
Sa. a cross betw. four lion's heads erased or. 
Marshe, London ; and co. Worcester. 

Wolf 

Gu. a cross moline arg. betw. four wolf's heads 
erased or. Beke, Norfolk. 

(Birds) Pelican 

Gu. a cross lozengy erm. betw. four pelican's 
heads erased or. Canham. 

.... (Human figure) 
Arg. a cross az. betw. four Moor's heads couped 

sa. More. 
Arg. a cross betw. four Moor's heads couped sa. 

More, co. York. 
Or a cross gu. betw. four blackamoor's heads 
afironty couped at the shoulders ppr. wreathed 
about the temples (gold, another) of the se- 
cond. William Juxon, Bishop of London 1633, 
Archbishop of Canterbury 1660-63; Add. MS. 
610!). Juxon, Albourne, Sussex; Baronetcy 
1660-1740. 
Quarterly indented arg. and sa. a cross betw. 
four Moor's heads couped counterchanged. 
Glendinning, The Isle, co. Dumfries. 
....(Monster) 
Gu. a cross engr. arg. betw. four unicorn's heads 
erased or. Leigh, W. 

.... (Spears) 
Sa. a cross engr. betw. four spearheads arg. 
Pbosser, Lanaore ; quartered by Morgan. Sir 
John Morgan, Knight of the Sepulchre ; En- 
derbie, Cambria. 
Hearts 
Arg. a cross engr. gu. betw. in dexter chief and 
sinister base a heart az. but in sinister chief 
and dexter base a rose of the second. Curr 
and Curre, Clemenstone, and Itton Court, co. 
Glamorgan ; quartering Tuberville. 
Az. a cross patty betw. three hearts arg. each 
heart charged with a mullet or in the flanks 
two crescents of the last all within a double 
tressure flory counterflory gold. Murray, Lord 
Scone J 605, Viscount Stormont 1021, Harl.MS. 
1413 fo. 4 b, and 98 and 109. 
Arg. a cross potent az. betw. four hearts gu. 
Butter. Melders, Scotland. 



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1 CEOSS betw. or within .... cont. 

Hearts co7it. 

Arg. a cross nioline betw. four hearts gu. Miller, 

Scotland. 
Arg. a cross sa. betw. four hearts gu. Butter, 
Faskally, co. Perth. 

Arft. a cross xnoline sa. betw. four hearts gu. 
Miller, Monk Castle, co. Ajr. 

Arg. a cross patonce sa. betw. four hearts ppr. 
Butter. 

Or a cross potent gu. betw. four hearts ppr. 
Butters, Scotland. 
Hnman figure 

Vert a cross boionny arg. betw. in the dexter 
chief quarter the Virgin holding the iufant in 
her dexter arm but a sceptre with the sinister 
hand and in each of the other quarters a ducal 
crown or. Benedictine Abbey at Glastonbury, 
CO. Somerset. 

Human figures 

Az. (another, gu.) a cross calvary upon a griece 
of three steps arg. supported betw. two angels 
volant (arg., another) or. Augustinian Abbey 
at Waltham, Essex. 
Inkmoline 

Erm. a cross quarter pierced betw. four inkmolines 
sa. Turner, Parenden, Essex ; and Saultrey, 
CO. Huntingdon. 
Insects 

Arg. a cross betw. four flies sa. De Bosco. 

Sa. a cross betw. four bees erect or. Crosyer, 
Essex. 

Sa. a cross betw. four butterflies volant or. 
Crotsek,F*. Handsacre, V*. Handsaker,F*. 

Sa. a cross betw. four gadbees or. Croyser, V. 
Handsaker, V. 

Sa. a cross betw. four flies or. Croysier or 
Crozier, France; and London. 
Instruments 

Az. a cross engr. or betw. four pair of currier's 
shavehooks (Stow, 215; another, saws) in sal- 
tire arg. handled of the second. Company of 
Curriers, London. 

.... a cross betw. the instruments of the Passion 
.... Philip de Eepingdon, Bishop of Lincoln 
1405-20; seal. 
Keys 

Arg. a cross gu. betw. four keys palewise az. 
Chollet. 

Or a cross betw. four keys gu. Beauvois. 
Leaves 

Arg. a cross az. betw. four hazel leaves slipped 
ppr. Haslam, Ireland. 
Legs 

Gu. a cross erm. flory at the ends betw. four gambs 
or. Newton, Cheadle Heath, co. Chester. 
Letters 

Arg. a cross betw. in chief two text T's sa. 
Eashleigh, Eashleigh,Wemworthy, near South 
Molton, CO. Devon. 

Sa. a cross or betw. in chief two text T's arg. 
Eashley, Rashley; the heiress m. Furlong 
alias Clotworlhy. 

Sa. a cross betw. four Roman T's arg. Maerery, 
V. Marbury. 
Lozenge 

Arg. a cross moline betw. in chief a lozenge en- 
closed by two mullets az. in base a bar wavy 
vert. Miller, Glenlee, co. Ayr; Baronetcy 
1788. Miller, Collierswood, Surrey. 

Arg. a cross moline betw. in chief a lozenge en- 
closed by two mullets sa. in base two bars 
wavy vert. Miller, EnrKkimming, Scotland. 



1 CBOSS betw. or within .... cont. 

Lozenges 
Arg. a cross molino betw. in chief two lozenges 
and in base a boar's head couped sa. armed or. 
Hudson. 
Gu. a cross or betw. in the dexter chief and 

sinister base a lozenge vair but in the sinister 

chief and dexter base a goat's head erased arg. 

GoTESBURY. Gottesrurye, Harl. MS. 1078 

fo. 8 b. 
Gu. a cross or betw. in chief two lozenges vair 

and in base as many goat's heads erased arg. 

Gatesby or Gatesbery, V. Gotesey. 
Arg. a cross moline betw. four lozenges az. Mael 

Mely-nidd, Harl. MS. 1386 fo. 29. 
Arg. a cross betw. four lozenges gu. Fercoll, 

CO. Gloucester. 
Gu. a cross arg. betw. four lozenges vair. Capell, 

F*. John Capoll, co. Hereford, V. 
Gu. a cross engr. arg. betw. four lozenges erm. 

Leigh, Whitley, co. Lancaster ; Baronetcy .... 
Gu. a cross erm. betw. four lozenges or each 

charged with a pellet. Towndrow, Notting- 
ham; granted 1&26 ; quartering Payne. 
Or a cross moline betw. four lozenges az. Evans, 

Shrewsbury. Mael Melinydd. Williams, 

Oswalstry, co. Salop. 
Or a cross gu. betw. four lozenges vert. Freville. 
Or a cross patonce gu. betw. four lozenges vert. 

Bawdwen, V. Bawdwyne, Harl. MS. 1465 

fo. 53 b. 
Or a cross patty gu. betw. four lozenges vert. 

Dawdwen. 
Sa. a cross erm. betw. four lozenges of the last 

within a bordure engr. arg. Hounston, Boston, 

CO. Lincoln. 
Mascles 
Arg. a cross moline betw. in chief two mascles 

gu. and in base a boar's head erased .... 

CoLLiCE, Scotland. 
Arg. a cross engr. betw. in chief two mascles sa. 

Sinclair, Edinburgh. 
Arg. a cross moline betw. in chief two mascles 

and in base a boar's bead erased sa. Colless, 

Balnamoon, Scotland. 
Az. a cross arg. betw. four mascles or. Miller, 

London. 
Mitre 
Gu. a cross arg. betw. in the dexter chief a mitre 

labelled and in the sinister a crown or. Bene- 
dictine Abbey at Battle, Sussex, Cole MS. xviii, 

fo. 218; XXX, fo. 8. 
Monsters 
Sa. a cross patonce betw. four griffins pass. arg. 

Risby, Sufi'olk. 
Mullets 
Arg. a cross calvary betw. two mullets gu. 

Manson, Scotland. 
Arg. a long cross gu. betw. in chief two mullets 

and in base a crescent az. Manson, Innenhie. 
Arg. a cross engr. sa. betw. two mullets az. 

Sinclair, Scotland. 
Az. a cross chequy or and az. betw. in chief two 

mullets arg. BRADFEiLDE,ifarZ.M(S.l465fo.40. 
Az. a pierced cross patty betw. two pierced mul- 
lets or. Mills. 
Gu. a cross betw. in chief two crescents and in 

base as many mullets arg. Marshali., Ireland. 
Or a cross humetty engr. sa. betw. in chief two 

mullets and in base a crescent az. Scott. 
Quarterly or and az. a cross moline betw. in chief 

two pierced mullets counterchanged. (Brewin, 

Loughborough, co. Leicester, ?). 



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045 



1 CBOSS betw. or within .... cont. 
Mullets cont. 

Sa. a cross engr. or betw. two mullets in chief 
arg. John de Peyton, ¥. 

Arg. a cross moline sa. betw. three mullets az. a 
bordure gu. Miller, Scotland. 

Arg. a cross patonce gu. betw. three mullets sa. 
Mylne, Scotland. 

Az. a cross moline betw. three mullets arg. within 
a bordure quarterly or and sa. Mtjbkay. 

Az. a cross patty betw. three mullets arg. within 
a double tressure flory counterflory or. Mtihhay, 
Balvaird, Harl. MS. 1423 fo. 124. Murray, 
Glendoick, Scotland. 

Az. a cross patty betw. three mullets or each 
charged with an ogress. Mills, Lexden Park, 
Colchester, Essex ; granted 1800. 

Gu. a cross patty or betw. three mullets arg. 
Bennet, Scotland. 

Or a cross moline betw. three mullets az. Mill, 
Bonniton. 

Or a square-pierced cross moline betw. three 
mullets az. Mimje, Balfarg; granted 1460-88 
to John, father of Alexander, father of Thomas, 
father of John, father of John, father of John, 
uncle of Robert Milne of Balfarg, all King's 
Master Masons for Scotland; Nisbet, i, 127. 

Or a lozenge-pierced cross moline betw. three 
mullets az. within a bordure nebuly sa. Milne, 
Edinburgh. The bordure invecked. Milne, 
Muretoun, Scotland. 

Or an oval-pierced cross moline az. betw. three 
mullets sa. within a bordure wavy of the se- 
cond. Milne, Blairtoun, and Aberdeen. 

Or a cross moline engr. betw. three mullets az. 
Milne, Balwyllo. 

Or a pierced cross patonce betw. three mullets 
within a bordure nebuly az. (? Milne). 

Or a cross humetty betw. in chief three mullets 
and in base a crescent gu. Casse, Scotland. 

Or a cross moline betw. three mullets sa. Mill. 

Arg. a cross dovetailed betw. four mullets az. 
HoESENAiL, 'Wovvill, CO. Berks ; granted 1740. 

Arg. a cross flory betw. four mullets az. 

AlTKENS. 

Arg. a cross patty az. flory or betw. four mullets 
of the second. Atkyns. 

Arg. a cross patonce az. betw. four mullets gu. 
Richmond alias Webb, Stewley, co. Bucking- 
ham ; and Redborne, co. Wilts. 

Arg. a cross chequy az. and or betw. four mullets 
of the second. Brad field, Norfolk. 

Az. a cross (compony, F*.) countercorapony az. 
and or betw. four mullets of the second. 
Bradfeld, Norfolk, V. 

Arg. a cross gu. betw. four mullets az. Bradford. 

Arg. a cross betw. four mullets gu. Danbuky. 
Flammicke or Flammyke. Flamyn. With a 
crescent for difi". Banbury, Collinson, Somer- 
set, iii, 198. But six-pointed rowels. Banbury, 
quartered by Doyley. 

Arg. a cross betw. four pierced mullets gu. 
Banbery, V*. Bandbury or Banbury, co. 
Oxford. Flamank or Flamook, Bokarne, Corn- 
wall. Flammok, Cornwall, V. Hammok, 
V*. The mullets of six points. Thomas de 
Banneburi, G. 

Arg. a cross engr. betw. four mullets gu. Gorney, 
V. Montgomery, V. John Mountgouery, 
Y; or de Mountgomery, Y. 

Arg. a cross engr. betw. four six-pointed mullets 
gu. Gorney, Norfolk. 

Arg. a cross flory betw. four mullets gu. Bkidde. 



1 CBOSS betw. or within cont. 

Mullets cont. 
Arg. a cross patonce betw. four mullets gu. 

Bandebury, V*. Bhaundbury, V. 
Arg. a cross patty betw. four mullets gu. 

Bridde. 
Arg. a cross patty betw. four six-pointed mullets 

gu. Banbury. 
Arg. a cross patty betw. four rouwes gu. Sire 

Thomas de Baunebcry, N. 
Arg. a cross potent betw. four pierced mullets gu. 

Baunbury or Bunbury. 
Arg. a cross gu. betw. four pierced mullets sa. 

GUTTERIDQE or GUTTRLDGE. 

Arg. a cross betw. four mullets sa. Peteestrey. 

Petrister, V. Playfair, England. Webster, 

CO. Chester. 
Arg. a cross flory betw. four pierced mullets sa. 

Salter, co. Devon. 
Arg. a cross fleur-de-lisy on the sides betw. four 

pierced mullets sa. Atkins, Fountainville, oo. 

Cork. 
Az. a cross betw. four mullets arg. Geaydon. 
Az. a cross 4)atty betw. foiur mullets arg. 

COULTMAN. 

Az. a cross flory arg, betw. four pierced mullets 
or. Helyae, Coker Court, co. Somerset, from 
Devon. Helyae, Newton Park, Cornwall. 

Az. a cross chequy arg. and gu. betw. four mul- 
lets or. Beendfyld. 

Az. a cross chequy or and of the first betw. four 
mullets as the second. Bradfeilde, Harl. MS. 
1465 fo. 40. Beodfield. 

Az. a cross compony or and of the first betw. 
four mullets as the second. Bradfeld. 

Az. a pierced cross patonce or betw, four pierced 
mullets arg. Coltman, co. Leicester; co. 
York; and London. 

Az. a cross betw. four mullets or. Sterling, 
Ireland. 

Az. a cross moline betw. four mullets or. 

HiLLIARD. 

Az. a cross vairy or and of the first betw. four 

pierced mullets as the second. Hackee, 

Trowel), and Flintham, co. Nottingham. 

Hawker. 
Gu. a cross or betw. four mullets of the second. 

Wyvill. 
Gu. a cross vair betw. four mullets or. Fychett, 

F». 
Or a quarler-pierced cross fleur-de-lisy on the 

sides az. betw. four mullets sa. Atkins, Bristol ; 

and 00. Somerset. 
Or a cross sa. betw. four mullets az. Hobsnell, 

Harl. MS. 1045 fo. 59. 
Or a cross patonce sa. betw. four mullets gu. 

over all a bendlet of the last. Nelson. 
Per fess arg. and sa. a cross flory betw. four muU 

let« counterchanged. Colman, Gornhay in 

Tiverton, and Hillersdon in Collumpton, co. 

Devon. 
Per fess arg. and sa. a cross patonce betw. four 

mullets coimterclianged. Coleman. Colman, 

Kent, V; and Harl. MSS. 1078 and 4108. 
Per fess arg. and sa. a cross patty betw. four 

mullets counterchanged. Coleman. 
Per fess gu. and arg. a cross patonce betw. four 

mullets counterchanged. Richemond, V. 

Richmond, V*. Rychemond, V. 
Sa. a cross botonny betw. four mullets arg. 

Webster. 
Sa. a cross invecked betw. four mullets arg. 

Plafaib, Scotland. 



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1 CBOSS betw. or within .... cont. 
Mullets cont. 

Sa. a cross arg. betw. four mullets or. Augusti- 
nian Priory at Dunmow, Essex. 

Sa. a cross arg. betw. four mullets or within a 
bordure gu. Beanton, V*. 

Sa. a cross voided betw. four mullets or. Spiller, 
KingseyjCO.Buckingham; con^rmed by Camden. 

Sa. a cross voided betw. four pierced mullets or. 
Spiller, co. Buckingham; Laleham, Middle- 
sex; and Sutton, Surrey. 

Sa. a cross patonce per fess arg. arid of the se- 
cond betw. four mullets counterchanged. 
COLMAN, V*. 

Quarterly az.and arg. a cross or betw. in the dexter 
chief and sinister base five mullets silver but 
in sinister chief and dexter base an eagle displ. 
sa. Hubert Walter, Bishop of Salisbury 1182, 
Archbishop of Canterbury 1193-1205. 

Gu. a cross within an oi'le of six-pointed mul- 
lets or, Benedictine Abbey of St. John at 
Colchester, Essex. 
Nails 

Arg. a cross calvary sa. betw. two passion nails 
gu. Bishopric of Dunkeld. 

Arg. a cross betw. four nails gu. Pile, Compton 
Beauchamp, co. Berks; Baronetcy 1628-1761. 
Pyle, V. 

Sa. a cross betw. four nails arg. Maebuey, Nor- 
thumberland. 
Orle 

Az. a cross humetty within an orle or. Dyeby, F. 

Quarterly arg. and sa. a cross flory within an orle 
counterchanged. Tayloe, Stone, co. Stafford. 
Pall 

Sa. a cross arg. betw. in the dexter chief a pall 
and in the sinister a lily arg. Saint Augustin, 
Lansd. MS. 255. 
Fheons 

Arg. a cross betw. four pheons az. Price, Barton 
' Regis, CO. Gloucester; granted 1573. 

Arg. a cross humetty betw. four pheons az. 
Hailstones, That Ilk. Hillson. 

Az. a cross betw. four pheons or. Grindley. 
Johnson, London. Jones, V*. Jones, Litt- 
lington, CO. Bedford. And (1730) Jones, Baron 
Jones of Navan and Viscount Ranelagh 1628, 
Earl of Ranelagh 1674-1711. 

Quarterly or and az. a cross quarterly erm. and 
of the first betw. four pheons counterchanged. 
Geindlay. 

Sa. a cross engr. betw. four pheons arg. Maebuey, 
Marbury, co. Chester, temp. Edward II. 
Maebuey, Lambeth, Surrey; granted 1616. 

Sa. a cross patonce betw. four pheons or. John 
Jackson, Bishop of Lincoln 1853. 
Files see Nails 

Sa. a cross engr. betw. four piles arg. Sr. Law- 
rence Maebuey, V. Maebuey, Marbury, co. 
Chester. Maebuey, Surrey, 1616. 
Bests 

Quarterly sa. and gu. a cross arg. betw. in the 
dexter chief and sinister base three lance- 
rtsts but in sinister chief and dexter base as 
many cockatrices or. Jones. 

Boundles Ogresses 

Arg. a cross potent gu. betw. three ogresses. 
Beeeehouoh. 

....Torteauz 

Erm. a cross moline sa. betw. three torteaux 
each charged with a crescent or. Mxlwaed, 
LocLlade, co. Gloucester. 



1 CBOSS betw. or within.... cont. 

Boundles cont. 
Quarterly or and gu. a cross betw. four roundles 

counterchanged. John de CmsHULL, Bishop 

of London 1274-80. 

.. ..Bezants 
Az. a cross or betw. four bezants. Ascribed to 

William Ascough, Bishop of Salisbury 1438-50; 

but really on the tomb of Giles de Bridport, 

Bishop of Salisbury 1256-02, but not his coat. 

Chubbe, V*. Chubbe, CO. Dorset. 
Az. a lozenge-pierced cross or betw. four bezants. 

Sudel. 
Az. a quarterly-pierced cross or betw. four be- 
zants. Sudel, Preston, co. Lancaster; and 

CO. York; granted 1686. Sxtple. 
Gu. a cross arg. betw. four bezants. Robert de 

Donew'rye, G. 
Gu. a cross chequy or and az. betw. four bezants. 

Walsingham, Kent. 
Gu. a cross croslet (? or) betw. four bezants. 

AiCKEN or Aiken. 
Sa. a cross or betw. four bezants. Downroy. 

.... Plates 
Az. a cross compony or and gu. betw. four plates. 

Ceouchfield. Crutchfuld. 
Gu. a cross arg. betw. four plates. Wellesby 

Wellesley or Wellisley, Ireland. 
Sa. a cross arg. betw. four plates. Butts. Grey. 
Sa. a cross engr. arg. betw. four plates each 

charged with an arrow of the first. Fletcher, 

CO. Chester. Fletcher, Clea Hall ; Bartcy. 

1782; and Hutton, Cumberland. 
Sa. a cross wavy erminois betw. four plates each 

charged with an arrow in bend of the first. 

Fletcher, Newcastle-under-line ; and Betley, 

CO. Stafi'ordj quartered by Boughey. 
Sa. a cross or betw. four plates. Bonis, V. 

Butts, V. 

.... Ogresses 
Arg. a cross az. betw. four ogresses each charged 

with a martlet or. Eston. 
Arg. a cross sa. betw. four ogresses. Claydon. 

Clayton, Marden, Surrey; Baronetcy 1730. 

Sr. Robert Clayton or Cleeton, Lord Mayor 

of London 1680. 
Arg. a cross engr. sa. betw. four ogresses. 

Clayton, Newcastle. 
Arg. a cross engr. sa. betw. four ogresses each 

charged with an arrow point downward of the 

first. Flecher. Fletcher, V. 
Arg. a cross engr. sa. betw. four ogresses each 

charged with a pheon of the first. Fletcher, 

Clea Hall, Cumberland ; and Ashley Park, 

Surrey; Baronetcy 1782. Fletcher, Moresby, 

Hutton Hall, and Tallantire, Cumberland. 
....Torteaux 
Arg. a cross moline az. betw. four torteaux. 

Belfarge or Belfrage, Scotland. 
Arg. a cross gu. betw. four torteaux. Sieveweight 

or Sievwright, Scotland. 
Arg. a cross engr. sa. betw. four torteaux. 

Claiton, quartered by Farington, Harl. MS, 

1549 fo. 35. Clayton, Norwich ; quartered by 

Loftus. Clayton, Adlington, co. Leicester. 

Thomas Clayton, Cleton Hall, co. Lancaster, 

V. Cleyton, CO. Lancaster, V. 
Arg. a cross patty gu. betw. four torteaux. Sire 

Thomas de Banebuby, N, but (tricked pa- 
tonce) Banneburie, Harl. MS. 1068, fo. 63 b. 
....Plates 
Gu. a cross or betw. nine plates saltirewise. 

Westley. 



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047 



1 CBOSS betw. or within .... cont. 
Boandles cont. Bezants 
Gu. a cross humetty (chequy, another) compony 
(another, countercompony) arg. and az. betw, 
fifteen bezants. (Assumed, temp. Edward III, 
by) Osmund Walsingham, whose descendant, 
quarterins Hertoft, Barame, Dryland, Ryton, 
Writele, Boys, and Ramsey, was Sr. Francis 
Walsingham, temp. Elizabeth. Walsingham, 
Scadbery, Kent, V. Sr. de Walsingham, V. 
....Plates 
Gu. a cross arg. botw. twenty plates saltirewise. 
Wellesley, quartering Colley j Baron Cowley, 
1800. Wellesley, quartering Colley, and 
over all on an escucheon the Union flag ; Baron 
Douro and Viscount Wellington 1809, Earl and 
Marquis 1812, Duke 1814. Wellesley, quar- 
tering Colley, and over all on an escucheon the 
Mysore standard. Baron Wellesley 1797, Mar- 
quis 1799-1842. But thirty-two plates saltire- 
wise. Welesley, Ireland, V. Weseley. 
Shackles 
Az. a cross betw. four fetterlocks or. Cokefield, 
CO. Buckingham. 
Ships 
Quarterly az. and or a cross engr. sa. betw. in 
dexter chief a ship at anchor sails furled oars 
erect in saltire within a double tressure flory 
counterflory of the second in sinister chief 
and in dexter base a lion ramp. gu. in sinister 
base a ship under sail gold. Sinclair, Earl 
of Caithness 1455. And with a bordure chequy 
or and gu. Sinclair, Dumbaith, co. Caithness, 
Baronetcy 1631. Sinclaib, Freisweek. The 
bordure compony gu. and or. Sinclair, Stir- 
cock. But sa. and arg. Sinclair, Ulbster,co. 
Caithness. But with a bordure engr. gu. 
Sinclair, Longformacus, co. Berwick; Baro- 
netcy 1C36. But the bordure indented gu. 
Sinclair, Dumbaith; Baronetcy 1631. The 
bordure invecked gu. Sinclair, Stamstare. 
No bordure, but the cross engr. quarterly arg. 
and sa. Sinclair, Earl of Caithness. But the 
cross charged with a crescent for difif. arg. 
Sinclair, Stevenston, co. Haddington; and 
Murkle,co. Caithness; Baronetcy 1636. 
Quarterly az. and or a cross engr. sa. betw. in 
the dexter chief and sinister base a ship with 
three masts (sometimes at anchor, sometimes 
under sail) or in sinister chief and dexter base 
a lion ramp. gu. Sinclair, Earl of Caithness. 
And with a bordure compony arg. and sa. 
Sinclair, Ulbster ; Baronetcy 1786. 
Az. a cross gu. betw. four ships of three masts 
each under full sail on the sea ppr. on each 
sail pennant and ensign a cross gu. Guild or 
Fraternity of the Trinity House, London. 
Spears 
Per pale az. and purp. a cross patty or betw. four 
lances arg. Isake or Izake, co. Devon. 
Sun 
Az. a cross calvary on a griece of three steps arg. 
betw. a sun in splendour and a moon in her 
detriment ppr. Martin. 
Quarterly az. and arg. a cross moline or betw. in 
the dexter chief the sun in splendour in the 
sinister chief the ark on the summit of Mount 
Ararat and a city at the base with this inscrip- 
tion in the Armenian language naksivan in the 
dexter base the angel Raphael and Tobias 
standing on a mount with a fish ppr. in the 
sinister base an anchor with cable entwined in 
bend or. Raphael, Ditton Lodge, Surrey. 



1 CBOSS betw. or within.... cont. 
Sans 

Az. a cross betw. four suns or. Nicholson, Ire- 
land. 

Swords 

Az. a cross or betw. in dexter chief and sinister 
base a sword arg. hilted etc. gold in sinister 
base a ducal coronet ppr. Brychan, lord of 
Brecknock, ob. 450 ; Harl. MS. 4181 fo. 128. 

Gu. a cross arg. betw. four swords erect of the 
last pomels and hilts or. Colbend or Colbrond, 
V. CoLBORNE. Philipot, Folkestone, Kent. 
Henry Phillpotts, Bishop of Exeter 1831. 
Philpot, London; granted temp. Richard II. 
Philpot, F*. Philpot, Apstone Hall, co. 
Hertford. Philpott, co. Worcester. 
Tails 

Arg. a cross flory sa. betw. four (? properly billets) 
ermine spots. Norris, Penlline Castle; quar- 
tering arg. an unicorn ramp, within a bordure 
sa. ; as quartered by Nicholl, Llantwitt-Major. 

Or a cross croslet ermines betw. four erm. spots. 
DuRRANT, Norfolk ; granted 1714. 

I CBOSS betw. or within.... 

and in chief. . . . 
&.nnalet 
Arg. a cross engr. sa. within a bordure (plain, F*.) 
engr. sa. in the dexter chief an annulet .... 
Hugh Cheydock, Holcroft, F. 
Bird 
Arg. a cross moline within a bordure engr. az. in 
the dexter chief quarter a bird reguard. of the 

last. DUDMASTON. 

Canton 

Arg. a cross flory betw. four martlets gu. a canton 
az. Bird, Broxton, co. Chester; heiresses m. 
Dod and Bulkeley. The cross moline. Byrde, 
CO. Stafford. The cross patonce. Bird, Clop- 
ton, and Broxton, co. Chester; Harl. MS. 1988 
fo. 37. Byrd, CO. Chester; (in a later hand than) 
V. GoLBORNE, alias Stringer, Harl. AfS.. 
1988 fo. 49 b. 

Arg. a cross patonce betw. four martlets gu. a 
canton of the last. Bird, Cborley, and Yow- 
ley, CO. Chester, Harl. MS. 1988, fo. 37. 

Arg. a cross patty flory betw. four martlets gu. a 
canton .... vert. Bird, Denston, Sufi"olk. 

Arg. a cross patonce betw. four martlets sa. a 
canton erminois. Thomas Stringer, Bexwell, 
Essex, 1730. 

Sa. a cross or betw. four fleurs-de-lis arg. a canton 
of the second. Banks, Winstanley Hall, co. 
Lancaster. 

Arg. a cross flory (another, patty) betw. four 
mullets gu. a canton az. Bridde. 

Arg. a cross potent gu. betw. four torteaux a 
canton az. Brearey or Breary, Brearey, 
Mensington, and Middlethorpe, co. York ; the 
heiress m. Fairfax. 
on a Canton Chevron 

Arg. a cross botonny engr. az. betw. four birds 
gu. on a canton sa. a chev, betw. three spear- 
heads of the first. Powell. 
....Coronet 

Arg. a cross engr. sa. betw. four ogresses each 
charged with a pheon or on a canton az. a ducal 
crown gold. Fletcher, Water Eyton. 
.... Cross 

Arg. a cross croslet gu. betw. two bendlets engr. 

sa. a label of three points throughout on 

a canton az. a cross croslet or. Radcliffe, 
Hitchin Priory, co. Hertford. 



648 



AN ORDINAEY OP 



1 CEOSS betw. or within... 
and in chief. 



, . .cont. 



on a Canton cont. Human figure 

Vert a cross botonny arg. betw. four crowns or 
on a canton of the second a Virgin and child 
gold. Benedictine Abbey at Glastonbury, co. 
Somerset. 

....Mullet 

Arg. a cross flory betw. four martlets gu. on a 
canton az. a mullet of five points or a crescent 
for diflf. Bird, Drybridfje, co. Hereford. 

Or a cross quarterly pierced az. betw. four ranscles 
gu. on a canton as the second a wreath of oak- 
leaves like the first. Henry Winchester, Lord 
Mayor of London 183i. 
Chief 

Per pale gu. and az. a cross engr. betw. four doves 
or a chief erm. (sometimes ermines). Thomas 
EuTHALL, Bishop of Durham 1507-22 ; Cole 
MS. XXX, 22. 

Arg. a cross moline vert betw. four martlets gu. 
a chief dovetailed az. Bird, London ; and 
Coventry, co. Warwick. 

Arg. a cross betw. four crescents az. a chief of 
the last. Hills. 

on a Chief Annulets 

Arg. a cross humetty gu. betw. four ermine spots 
sa. on a chief of the second three annulets or 
Gylt, Kent, Add. MS. 14307. 
( Beast ) Dog 

Arg. a cross patonce gu. betw. four fleurs-de-lis 
vert on a chief az. a erreyhound courant of the 
first. Denys, Easton Neston,co. Northampton ; 
Baronetcy 1813. 

.... Lion 

Arg. a cross corapony az. and or in the dexter 
chief a water bouget in the sinister chief an 
eagle displ.in the dexter base a swan close and 
in the sinister base an escallop sa. on a chief 
az. a lion pass, guard, arg. Pardoe, as quar- 
tered by Purton. The lion ramp, reguard. arg. 
Pardoe, Faintree, co. Salop. The lion pass, 
guard, or. William Pl"rde, London, V. 

Vert a cross flory arg. betw. four garbs or on a 
chief of the second a lion ramp. gu. Morris, 
Barnwood, co. Gloucester; granted 1795. 

Arg. a cross humetty betw. four ermine spots sa. 
on a chief gu. a lion pass arg. holding a cross 
patty fitchy of the second. Vawdrey, Vaudrey, 
CO. Chester, Harl. MS. 1 988. 
, . . . ( Birds ) Pelican 

Gu. a cross betw. four uncovered cups or on a 
chief arg. three pelicans with wings elevated 
sa. vulning their breasts ppr. Gyles, London ; 
granted 1579. But on a chief gold three peli- 
cans sa. Giles, London ; and co. Worcester. 
Crescents 

Arg. 8 cross ermines betw. four bucks (aliter 
stags) trippant ppr. on a chief gu. three cres- 
cents or. John Paecust or Parkehurst, 
Bishop of Norwich 1560-75; granted 1559. 
Parkhurst, Lord Mayor of London 1035. 

.. ..Escallops 

Az. a cross oro.slet arg. betw. four martlets or on 
a chief of the second three escallops gu. 
Morshead, Trenant Park, Cornwall ; Baro- 
netcy 17B4. And with a bordure wavy erminois. 
Morshead, Lavethan, Cornwall. 

Or a cross croslet issuant out of a crescent gu. 
within a double tressure flory counterflory sa. 

. on a chief of the last three escallops of the 
first. Graham, Gogar, Scotland. 



1 CROSS betw. or within 

and in chief., .tcont. 
on a Chief cont. Flower 

Arg. a cross az. betw. four billets sa. on a chief 
of the second a rose as the first barbed or 
betw. two fleurs-de-lis like the last. Morritt. 

Az. a cross engr. betw. four birds or on a chief 
erm. two roses gu. slipped and leaved vert. 
Rowthall. 

Az. a cross engr. betw. four birds or on a chief 
quarterly arg. and erm. two roses in fess gu. 
slipped and leaved vert. Rowthall. Thomas 
Ruthall, Bishop of Durham, 1507-2'2. 

Gu. a cross engr. arg. betw. four birds (of the 
second, V*.) or on a chief quarterly arg. 
and erm. two roses gu. with a pair of leaves 
on each stalk vert. Richard Ruthall, V. 

Gu. a cross patonce betw. four doves or on a 
chief quarterly arg. and erm. two roses of the 
first stalked and leaved vert. Thomas Ruthall, 
Bishop of Durham 1507-22 ; Cole MS. xxx, 22. 

Per pale az. and gu. a cross engr. betw. four 
doves or collared sa. on a chief quarterly arg. 
and ermines two roses of the second stalked 
vert. Ruthall. The chief or and erm. two 
roses gu. seeded gold. Thomas Rewthehall, 
Bishop of Durham 1509-23, U. 

Per pale gu. and az. a cross engr. betw. four 
doves or on a chief quarterly arg. and erm. two 
roses .... stalked vert. Thomas Ruthall, 
Bishop of Durham 1509-23 ; Cole MS. xxx, 22. 

Az. a cross engr. betw. four martlets or on a 
chief quarterly arg. and erm. two roses gu. 
slipped vert. Ruthall, Wolverton, co. Buck- 
ingham ; and Little Billing, co. Northampton. 

Arg. a cross engr. gu. betw. four mullets az. on a 
chief or three damask roses of the second 
seeded gold barbed vert. Allgood, Nunwick, 
Northumberland. 

Az. a cross betw. four lions ramp, arg, on a chief 
silver three roses gu. Deacon, London. 

Az. a cross betw. fotir lions ramp, or on a chief 
silver threerosesgu. Deacon, Longcross House, 
CO.. Glamorgan; quartering Lill, Head, and 
Boys. 

Az. a cross betw. four lions ramp, or on a chief 
gold three roses gu. Deacon, London. 

Sa. a cross betw. four lions ramp, or on a chief 
gold three roses gu. Deacon, W. Deacons, F*. 
.. ..Head 

Arg. a cross engr. sa. betw. four Cornish choughs 
ppr. on a chief az. a boar's head couped of the 
first. Madoc ap Urien, Mayngwynedd, de- 
riving from Idnerth Benfras ; Enderbie. 

Arg. a cross flory engr. sa. betw. four Cornish 
choughs ppr. on a chief az. a boai-'s head 
couped arg. tusked or and langued gu. Owen, 
Llunllo, CO. Montgomery ; Tedmore, co. Salop ; 
Woodhouse ; and Condover; quartering Owen, 
Hatchett, Bulkeley, Mainwaring, Kinaston, 
Oteley, etc.; derived from Grono ap Owen ap 
Howel Dha. Griffith, Brongain, co. Mont- 
gomery ; and Caerhyn, co. Carnarvon ; de- 
scended like Davenport, Brarahall, and Lloyd, 
Llaiiarmon, from Idnerth Benfras ap Edwyn 
ap Grono ap Owen ap Howel Dha. Humffreys, 
Llywn, CO. Montgomery, quartering erm. on a 
saltire engr. gu. a crescent or; descended from 
Idnerth Benfras. Powell, Nanteos, co. Car- 
digan; quartering Owen. Idnerth Benfras, 
lord of Masebrooke, cc. 1100 : and his descend- 
ant Bromfield, Mortyn, co. Denbigh, cc. 1635, 
quartering Edwyn ap Grono, Cadogan Vychan, 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



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1 CBOSS betw. 



or within .... 
and in chief. . 



.cont. 



on a Chief Head cont. 

Gwyn ap Madoc, from Rhirydd Vlaith, and 
Yonas (of Penley) ap Grono second son of 
Tudor ap Rhys Sais; the heiress m. Eyton of 
Eyton, CO. Denbieb. Bromfield, quartering 
Cadogan Vychan, Ynyr(of Yale), Yonas (of Pin- 
ley), Eignion Evell, Cadogan ap Rhirydd, levan 
Voell (of Penkally^, Elystan Glodrudd, and 
Ryno ap Edenowen, as quartered by Eyton. 
BnowNFEELD, hearing Idnerlh Beufras, Edwyn 
ap Gronwy, Kynvyn, Gronwy lord of Vochnant, 
Tudor (Trevor), Riwallon ap Dingad, Jestin ap 
Gwrgan, Aleth king of Dywed, Madog o'r 
Hendwr, and Ryrid ap Jonas; Dwnn,i\, 361. 

Arg. a cross patty flory engr. betw. four Cornish 
choughs ppr. on a chief az. a boar's head 
couped arg. Griffith Porter, Add. MS. 5533. 
Horns 

Or a cross flcrry gu. betw. four griffin's heads 
erased az. on a chief sa. three stringed bugle 
horns of the first. Robert Horne, Bishop of 
Winchester 1561-80, 
Insect 

Erm. a cross within a cotise fleur-de-lisy gu. on 
a chief az. three bees volant or. (? Thrupp). 
Key 

Arg. a cross gu. betw. four (another, twelve) 

3-foils slipped vert on a chief az. a key erect 

or. Bishopric of Killaloe, Kilfenora, 

Clonfert, and Kilmaduagh, Sari. MS. 4040. 

.... Mitre 

Az. a cross moline or betw. four aeoms gu. husks 

. and stalks vert on a chief .... a mitre gold 
enclosed by two birds .... Hawkborne. 
.... Monster 

Az. a cross ringed and linked with nn annulet at 
each end or betw. four bezants on a chief arg. 
a griffin pass. sa. Doraina Agnes Hungerfobd, 

r. 

Pale 

Az. a cross flory (another, patonce) betw. four 
(or five) martlets or on a chief of the last a 
pale of France quarterly with England enclosed 
by (two roses gu. but sometimes) two double 
roses arg. upon gu. barbed vert seeded gold. 
Bishopric of Westminster. 
.... Beptile 

Or a cross erm. betw. four martlets rising ppr. 
(for augmentation) on a chief az. a crowned 
snake devouring a child ppr. enclosed by two 
roses of the first. Alan Chambre, 1716. 
Staff 

Arg. a passion cross gu. betw. on the dexter side 
a serpent erect wavy reguard. vert and on the 
sinister a dove holding in the beak an olive 
branch ppr. on a chief of the second a crosier 
surmounted in saltire by a key with wards 
upwards and in the centre chief point an im- 
perial crown or. Bishopric of Antigua. 
Crescent 

Or a cross engr. within a bordure engr. gu. in 
the dexter chief a crescent az. Ribton, Rib- 
ton Hall, Cockermoutb, Cumberland. 
Escarbnncle 

Gu. a cross within a bordure and in the dexter 
chief an escarbnncle or. Dapifeb {but error 
for an escarbuucle over all ?). 
Estoile 

Arg. a cross moline within a bordure az. in the 
dexter chief an estoile of the last for diff. 
SiBBAi.D, Kips. 



1 CROSS betw. or within 

and in chief. ...cont. 
Label 

Arg. a cross engr. gu. betw. four eagles sa. 

on a label az. nine fleurs-de-lis or. Richard 
Seed J who married Anne d. of Sir John Nor- 
wich : Walter Seed, 1558, Add. 3IS. 5028. 
Lozenge 

Arg. a cross moline az. rising out of a base wavy 
vert within a bordure gu. charged with three 
5-foils of the first iu chief a lozenge enclosed 
by two mullets as the second. Miller, Ha- 
milton, Scotland. 

Arg. a cross patty within a bordure gu. in the 
dexter chief a lozenge of the last. Percehay. 
The bordure indented. Walter Perchehay, Y. 

Gu. a cross engr. within a bordure arg. in the 
dexter chief a lozenge or. Leigh, co. Warwick. 

Or a cross engr. within a bordure engr. gu. in 
chief two lozenges az. Ribton, Woodbroke, 
CO. Dublin; Baronetcy 1759. 
Mnllet 

Sa. a cross engr. or within a bordnre erm. in the 
sinister chief a mullet arg. Peyton ; granted 
1641. 

1 CBOSS betw. or within 

and in base .... 
Beast .... Deer 

Per chev. or and vert in chief a cross f au betw. 

two crosses patonce fitchy gu. in base on a 

hind trippant arg. a cross tau of the third. 

Crossley, Ireland, 1725. 
....Lion 
Or in chief a cross croslet betw. a six-pointed 

mullet and a rose .... in base a lion ramp. sh. 

Fearguson, Ireland. 

On 1 CBOSS 

Annulet 

Arg. on a cross engr. gu. an annulet or. Green, 

Essex. 
Arg. on a cross engr. sa. an annulet of the first. 

Fitz-Henry, V. 
Arg. on a cross engr.sa.an annulet or. Fitz-Haery 

or Fitz-Henry, co. Lincoln. 
Az. on a cross or an annulet gu. Sheldon or 

Shelton, V. 
Vert on a cross engr. arg. an annulet sa. 

COKENINGHAM, CO. York. 

Vert on a cross engr. erm. an annulet sa. 

Kyngesley, V. 
Annulets 
Arg. on a cross moline gu. four annulets or over 

all a bend countercompony of the last and az. 

ScHERLABY, CO. York. 
Vert on a cross engr. arg. four annulets sa. 

Ringley. 
Arg. on a cross moline gu. five annulets or over 

all a bend countercompony of the last and az. 

Surlee, CO. York. 
Erm. on a cross gu. five annulets or. Abew, 

Cornwall. Abyne. 
Gu. on a cross moline arg. five annulets sa. over all 

a bend countercompony or and az. Serlby, 

Harthill, co. York. 
Gu. on a cross patonce or five annulets sa. 

Barker, V. 
Gu. on a cross patty or five annulets sa. Baker. 

Barker. 

Beast Lion 

Arg. on a cross flory az. a lion pass, guard. 

or. Ottley, F*. 

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On 1 CBOSS cont. 

Beast cont. Lion cont. 
Arg. on a cross patty flory az. a lion pass, guard. 

or. Offley, 1716. But the lion armed and 

langued gu. Offley. 
Az. on a cross arg. a lion ramp. gu. MoERELii. 
Or on a cross gu. a lion ramp. arg. Layer. 

Sheep 

Arg. on a cross gu. a paschal lamb or carrying a 

banner arg. charged with a cross of the second. 

The Honourable Society of the Middle 

Temple. 
Arg. on a cross sa. a paschal lamb in glory. 

Wakeman. 

Beasts Lions 

Arg. on a cross gu. five lions pass, guard, or. 

City of York, V*. 
Arg. on a cross gu. five lioncels ramp. or. Audrin. 

AuDYN, Dorchester. Cutworth, Surrey, W, 

And with an annulet in the dexter chief .... 

AUDIN, V*. 

Arg. goutty de poix on a cross gu. five lions ramp. 

or. EVERAED. 

Arg. on a cross gu. five lioncels salient or a mullet 
gu. for diff. AuDYN, Dorchester. 

Arg. on a cross sa. five lions ramp, of the first. 
Bellen, Harl. MS. 1988. Belyn, co. Chester. 

Arg. on a cross sa. five lions ramp, erminois. 
Wolley, Woodhall, Shrewsbury ; granted 1772. 

Arg. on a cross engr. sa. five lions pass, (guard. 
V*.) or. Feodham, V*. Frodsham, Surrey, W. 

Arg. on a cross sa. five lions pass, guard, or. 
Frodham. 

Arg. on a cross sa. five lions ramp. or. Cutworth 
or OwTwoRTH, V*. Wakelin or Walkelin, 
Rosleston, Bretby, and Hilton, co. Derby. 
Wakelyn, Hylton, co. Derby; and Eydon, co. 
Northampton. Wale, Essex; and Stephen 
Mallet, CO. Somerset. Sire Thomas Wale, N. 
Wale or Wall, Bristol ; Essex ; Alby, Nor- 
folk; Rutland; and Resby, Suffolk. Wall, 
Claverton, co. Somerset ; Stonepit, Kent ; and 
Norman Court, co. Hants. Sr. Thomas 
Walle, Rutland, V. Wancye or Wanncy, 
Northumberland. Watte, Kent; and co. So- 
merset ; granted 1591. 

Erm. on a cross gu. five lions pass. or. Everard, 
F*. 

Ermines on a cross gu. five lions pass. or. 
Everard, V. 

Or on a cross gu. five lions ramp. arg. Wykeford, 
V. Wykfoed. 

Or on a cross gu. five lions ramp, of the first. 
Reade. 

Sa. on a cross arg. five lions ramp, of the first. 
Belbin. 
BeUs 

Arg. on a cross gu. five bells of the first. 
Sedgewicke, Wisbeach, co. Cambridge, Add. 
MS. 49G2. 

Or on a cross gu. five bells arg. Sedgewicke, 
Dent, CO. York; and Wisbeach, co. Cambridge, 
Harl. MS. 1403 fo. 93 b ; and 1534 fo. 36 h. 

Or on a cross gu. five bells of the first. 
Sedgewick, CO. Lancaster. 
Billet 

Or on a cross az. a billet (or block) betw. four 
mascles or. Percke, Harl. MS. 1404 fo. 52. 
Billets 

Arg. on a cross sa. five billets of the first 
Augustine Priory at Walsingham, Norfolk. 

Arg. on a cross raguly sa. five billets of the first, 
Pettvward, London; grnnted 1660. 



On I CROSS cont. 

Billets cont. 
Gu. on across arg. thirteen billets sa. SampsoNjT. 
Az. on a cross arg. billets of the first. Stangeave. 

Sire Robert de Stanegeave, O. 
Bird 
Or on a cross quarterly az. and gu. a bird betw. 

in chief a lion pass, in fess two squirrels sejant 

and in base an annulet of the first. John 

Page, London, W. 

Eagle 

Arg. on a cross sa. an eagle displ. double-headed 

or. Abelyn. 

Martlet 

Arg. on a cross sa. a martlet or. Copley, co. 

Worcester. 
Arg. on a cross moline sa. a martlet in the centre 

for diff. Copley, Harl. MS. 1566 fo. 90 6. 
Az. on a cross or a martlet gu. Enold or Ernold, 

Kent. LoRLY or Loety, co. Dorset; and co. 

Somerset. Sr. Henry Lorty, co. Somerset, 

temp. Edward I, V. 
Gu. on a cross arg. a martlet of the first. 

Scorloke. 
Or on a cross engr, gu. a martlet sa. Massenden 

or Missenden, co. Lincoln. 
Vert on a cross or a martlet gu. Sr. John Loety, F. 

Birds Crows 

Sa. on a quarter-pierced cross arg. four ravens of 
the first. Rokes, V. Rokes or Rooke. 
Eagles 

Arg. on a cross vert three eagles displ. of the 
first. Charlston, Essex ; (error for chev.) 
Eagles 

Arg. on a cross sa. four eagles displ. of the first. 
Abeline. 

Sa. on a quarter-pierced cross arg. four eagles 
displ. of the first. Buller, Woods, and Lil- 
lesdon, CO. Somerset; Shillingham, and Morval, 
Cornwall; and Lupton, co. Devon. Buller, 
1421, V. William Buller, Bishop of Exeter 
1792-96. 

Martlets 

Or on a cross flory gu. four martlets of the first. 
Oughtrede. 

Sa. on a cross engr. or four martlets of the first. 
Randali.. 

Ducks 

Arg. on a cross gu. five ducks of the first. 
Barett, V*. 

Eagles 

Arg. on a cross sa. five eagles displ. of the first, 
Abeline. Abileyke, V. 

Arg. on a cross vert five eagles displ. or. 
Chaelston, Essex. 

Gu. on a cross arg. four eagles displ. sa. Digges, 
Kent, V. And armed of the first, Diggs or 
Dyges, Kent; Ryegate, Surrey; and Pixton, 
CO. Wilts. 

Gu. on a cross arg. five eagles displ. double- 
headed sa. Diggs, Bertram, Kent. 

Gu. on a cross or five eagles displ. sa. Daniel, 
Beswick, co. York. 

Or on a cross sa. five eagles displ. arg. Nicholas 
de Abelin or Labein,^. Abh.eyn, F. Nichol 
Ablin, E. Albyn. Nicole Alcelin (changed 
into Abelin), A, Harl. 31 S. 6137. Habileyne, 
F*. Nicholas de Habilyne, F. 

Sa. on a cross arg. five eagles displ. gu. Newent, 
V. 

Sa. on a cross arg. five eagles displ. of the first. 
Newent, 



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651" 



On 1 CEOSS cont. 

Birds cont. Martlets 

Arg. on a cross sa. five martlets of the first. 
Harman, Ireland. 

Arg. on a cross vert five martlets of the first. 
Eandoll. Windle. 

Az. on a cross arg. five martlets sa. More, Lose- 
ley, Surrey; Baronetcy 1642-84; the heiress 
m. Molyneux. More, co. Derby ; co. Wor- 
cester ; and co. Salop. And with an annulet in 
the dexter chief or. More, of the Exchequer,F. 

Erm. on a cross gu. five martlets or. Eo- 
bert de Estotot, F. Laverock or Lesterock. 
Lestocote, V*. Lestocot, V. Robert de 
ScoTTO, A, Harl. 3IS. 6137. Robert le 
Stottot, E. 

Erm. on a cross sa. five martlets or. Vessev, 
Pondhall, Essex ; Beddingham, Norfolk ; 
Chimney, co. Oxford ; and Suffolk. Vesy, W. 
Swans 

Arg. on a cross gu. five swans of the first. Sr. 
Thomas Barett, V. 
Bougets 

Arg. on a cross gu. five water bougets or. Sr. de 
HooKE, V. The cross engr. Hooke. 

Gu. on a cross patonce or five water bougets 
{properly maunches) of the first. Sir Wareine 
Latymer, R. 
Caltraps 

Az. on a pierced cross or four caltraps of the 
first. Ball, London. 

Or on a quarter-pierced cross az. four caltraps of 
the first. Garter, Norfolk. 

Or on a cross az. five caltraps of the first. 
Garter, Brigstock, co. Northampton ; granted 
for diflF. 1612-3. Garter, V*. 
Castle 

Erm. on a cross gu. a castle arg. Hill. 
Chevrons 

Az. on a quarter-pierced cross or four chev. gu. 
Robert Whitgrave, F* ; and Whitgreve, V, 
Great Bridgeford, co. Stafi'ord ; granted 1441-2, 
by Humphrey Earl of Stafford ; Erdesivick. 

Erm. on a quarter-pierced cross or four chevrons 
gu. City of Litchfield. 
Coronet 

Arg. on a cross gu. a crown or. Nicholas. 

Arg. on a cross gu. a regal crown ppr. Society 
of Antiquaries. 

Arg. on a cross sa. a crown or. Bishopric of 

. Carlisle. 

Arg. on a cross sa. a ducal coronet ppr. in a glory 
surrounded by a cloud az. radiated alternately 
straight and wavy or. Robert Wakeman, D.D., 
Beerferris, co. Devon ; granted 1616, Harl. MS. 
6095 fo. 37. 

Or on a cross gu. a ducal crown coronet gold. 
Nicolas. 

Coronets 

Erm. on a cross gu. five crowns or. Earles, 
granted 1660. 

Crescent 

Arg. on a cross az. a crescent betw. four mullets 

of the first. Binning, Scotland. 
Arg. on a cross sarcelly az. a crescent of the first. 

Copale or CoPLE. 
Arg. on a cross huraelty quarterly gu. and sa. a 

crescent or. • Howell Varfe Veinog; Enderbie. 
Arg. on a cross moline sa. a crescent of the first. 

Alan FoLTHERor. coustfible of Middleham, 

Harl. MS. 1499 fo. 32. M. William de 

FULTHORP, S. 



On 1 CBOSS. 



.cont. 



Crescent cont. 

Arg. on a cross patonce sa. a crescent of the first. 
Haseldon, V*. Hasylden, V. 

Arg. on a cross sarcelly sa. a crescent or. Copley, 
Suffolk. 

Erm. on a cross sa. a crescent arg. Archer, 
Theydon, Essex ; granted 1574. 

Erm. on a cross sa. a crescent or. Arohard, 
Kent. 

Or on a cross engr. vert a crescent of the first. 
NooNE, Walton, co. Leicester. Nove, Lei- 
cester, 1611. 

Sa. on a cross patty or a crescent .... Crusoe, 
Middlesex. Add. MS. 5633 fo. 156. 
Crescents 

Arg. on a cross sa. three crescents in fess or. 
Sinclair. 

Arg. on a cross engr. gu. five crescents of the 
first. Green, Norfolk. 

Arg. on a cross sa. five crescents of the first. 
Ellis, Cornwall; and co. Warwick. Thomas, 
CO. Wilts. 

Arg. on a cross moline sa. five crescents of the 
first. CoPLAY, V. The cross sarcelly. Copley, 
Suffolk. 

Arg. on a cross sa. five crescents or. Flowde, 
Norfolk. Flud. 

Arg. on a cross engr. sa. five crescents or flam- 
mant gu. Schotesbery, V. Schotesbery, V*. 
Shottesbury, Harl. MS. 1986 fo. 36. 

Erminois on a cross sa. five crescents arg. Ellis, 
Baron Howard of Walden 1597, Baron Seaford 
1826; quartering Hervey, Felton, and Howard. 

Gyronny of eight arg. and az.on a cross counter- 
changed five crescents or. Thomas Lloyd, 
Precentor of St. David's 1523-47. 

Or on a cross az. five crescents of the first. 
Bellamy, Lord Mayor of London 1735. 

Or on a cross sa. five crescents arg. Elles, 
Kent, Harl. MS. 4108 fo. 67. Ellis, Kent. 
Ellis, Baron Howard de Walden 1597, Baron 
Seaford 1826. Ellis, Baron Clifden 1776, 
Viscounty 1781, Baron Mendip 1794, Baron 
Dover 1831 ; quartering Agar. Sr. John Ellys, 
r. Ellys, Kyddall, co. York, Harl. 3IS. 141 D 
fo. 57. Elys. Thomas, Lewes, Sussex ; from 
Wales ; granted 1628. And with a crescent in 
dexter chief for diff. Ellis, Doncaster. The 
crescent gu. Elys, Barnborough, and Holme, 
Harl. MS. 1415 fo. 207. 

Or on a cross sa. five crescents of the first. 
Ellis, Kidhall or Kyddall, co. York; the heiress 
m. Burroughes. Ems, co. Lincoln. 
Cross 

Arg. on a cross az. another of the first. Serisby. 
Washborne. 

Arg. on a cross az. another humetty of the first 
charged with a crosier enfiling a mitre or. 
Bishopric of Kilmore and Ardagh. 

Arg. on a cross az. another of the first charged 
with five hons ramp .... Wall, Ireland. 

Arg. on a cross flory ( ? az.) another of the first. 
Melton, co. Lancaster. 

Arg. on a cross humetty az. another humetty of 
the first. Wasborne, V. Washborne, F*. 

Arg. on a cross patonce az. another of the first. 
Melton, co. York. 

Arg. on a cross gu. another throughout of the 
first. Crenecour Crenecourt or Crenker. 
DoKESBDRY, CO. Chester. Grenker. Augus- 
tinian Priory at Leedes, Kent. Malton, F. 
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On 1 CBOSS cont. 

Cross cont. 

Arg. crusily fitchy gu. on a cross as the second 
auolher throughout of the first. Billing, 
Deding, co. Oxford. 

Ars. on a cross botouny gu. another of the first. 
PiLKiNGTON, Durham; co. Lancaster; and 
Worlhington, co. Leicester. 

Arg. on a cross flory gu. another of the first. 
James Pilkinton, bishop of Durham 1561-76; 
quartering Elton. Toller. And with a mul- 
let for diff. PiLKiNGTON, CO. Lincoln ; and 
Wastell, and Pennyless Pery, co. Northampton. 

Arg. on a cross humetty gu. another humetty 
of the first. Dockesbuey, co. Chester, V. 

DOKESBUKY, V*. 

Arg. on a cross humetty pointed gu. another 
pointed of the first. Howell Vaef Vehmoc or 
Veimoc, Harl. MS. 1977 fo. 13 b. 

Arg. on a cross patonce gu. another patonce of 
the first. Melton, co. Lancaster, Harl. MS. 
1408 fo. 104 fc. and 6159 fo. 57. Pilkinoton, 
Tore,co.Westmeath; dei'ivedfrom Pilkington, 
Rivington, co. Lancaster, Harl. MS. 14G8 fo. 
lU6 b. Pilkington, co. Lancaster, V. James 
Pilkington, bishop of Durham 1561-76 j 
quartering gu. on a chief vert three suns or; 
but paly of six arg. and gu. on a bend sa. 
three mullets or, Harl. MS. 1171 fo. 64 b. 
Pilkington, Chevet Hall, co. York ; Baronetcy 
16;}5; quartering Eggleton, Swinnerton, and 
Milborne. Pilkington, Worthington, co. Lei- 
cester ; and Stanton, co. Derby, Harl. MS. 6183 
fo. 55 ; and Doncaster, co. York. Pilkington, 
Bolton, CO. Lancaster ; quartering arg. a chev. 
betw, three lo?enges erm. And with on a 
mullet sa. a crescent for diflf. Pilkington, 
Stockton, CO. Warwick. 

Arg. on a cross patonce pomelled at the four 
ends gu. another patonce of the first. Monsire 
John Melton, Harl. MS. 1386 fo. 36. 

Arg. on a cross patriarchal gu. another patri- 
archal of the first. Ashafen. 

Arg. on a cross patty gu. another of the first. 
(Bbaconbridg?). Maxton or Meiton, co. 
Lancaster. 

Arg. on a cross patty flory gu. another patty 
dory of the first. Trussell. 

Arg. on a cross potent gu. another potent of the first . 
Pilkington, Stainley, CO. York; Baronetcy 1635; 
quartering Eggleton ; James Pllkington, Bi- 
shop of Durham 1561-76 was of this family. 

Arg. on a cross gu. another humetty or. 
Bradestone. 

Arg. on a cross gu. another lozengy vair. 
Freville, Tamworth. 

Arg. on a cross sa. another throughout of the 
first. Dcckinfield, co. Chester. Pylkington, 
00. Lancaster, Harl. MS. 891 fo. 98. Walshman. 

WODNOT, V*. 

Arg. on a cross flory sa. another of the first. 
Pilkington. 

Arg. on a cross humetty sa. another humetty of 
the first. Nankevill alias Tippet, St. Wenn, 
Cornwall., Woodenet. Woodnoth, co. Clies- 
ler. Woodnett. Woodnott or Woodnoth, 
Winstanton, co. Chester; and Shavington St. 
Clere, Cornwall. 

Arg. on a cross humetty pointed sa. another 
pointed of the first. Dockingfeld, V*. 
Dokingfeld.F. Duckenfeld, F*. Dukenfej.d, 
F. Dukinfield, Dukinfield Hall, co. Ches- 
ter; Baronetcy 1665-1858. 



On 1 CBOSS cont. 

Cross cont. 
Arg. on a cross patty sa. another patty of the 
first. Copley {terror in) Harl. MS. 1407 fo. 
10. Pilkington, Harl. MS. 1407 fo. 6. 
Pilkington, Pilkington, co. Lancaster, Harl. 
MS. 1468 fo. 106 b. 
Arg. on a cross patty pointed sa. another of the 
first. Dokenfeld, Harl. MS. 1424 fo. 54 6. 

Arg. on a cross wavy sa. another wavy through- 
out of the first. Dl'CKENFIeld, 1730; and co. 
Devon, Harl. MS. 1538 fo. 8; co. Chester; 
and CO. Lancaster. Duckensfield. 

Arg. on a cross sa. another humetty or. Tippet. 

Az. on a cross croslet arg. another croslet of the 
first. Basing. 

Az. on a cross flory arg. another of the first. 
Malton or Melton, South Hayne, co. Devon ; 
and CO. York. 

Az. on a cross humetty arg. another humetty of 
the first. Craucure or Cravicure. 

Az. on a cross patonce «rg. another patonce of 
the first. M. William de Melton, S. Sr. 
John Melton, V. William de Melton, Arch- 
bishop of York 1317-19. But charged with a 
bezant. Melton, South Hayne, co. Devon, 
Harl. MS. 1538 fo. 275 b. 

Az. on a cross patty arg. another patty of the 
first. John de Melton, X. Pilkington, 
Stanton, co. Derby, Harl. MS. 1537 fo. 1. 

Az. on a cross or another throughout arg. charged 
with five mullets gu. Verney, Claydon House, 
CO. Buckingham; Baronetcy 1818. 

Az. on a cross or another of the first. Conway, 
CO. Warwick. Waecup. 

Az. on a cross or another throughout as the first 
and over all a bend of the second. Bashings. 

Az. crusily or on a cross of the last another 
throughout as the first and over all a bend 
of the second. Basing, Add. MS. 14307 fo. 8. 

Az. on a cross or another of the first charged 
with four garbs gu. Whitgeave, Essex. 
Whitgreave, Moseley, CO. Stafiord ; Erdeswick. 

Az. on a cross engr. or another plain throughout 
of the first. Barwick. Barwyke, F*. 

Az. on a cross moline or another of the first. 
Sir John deBASYNGE.iV^; HarZ.M5.6137. Over 
all a baston gu. Sire William de Bassinge ; N, 
Harl. MS. 6137. Sir William de Cassinges, 
L, Harl. MS. 6137. 

Az. on a cross patonce or another of the first. 
Malton. Melton. 

Az. on a cross patty or another of the first. 

WiNOHCOMB. 

Az. on a cross potent or another of the first. 

Sampayo, Portugal. 
Erm. on a cross gu. another throughout arg. 

Rauf de Hateringdene, E. Hateringdon. 

Rauf de Hobeingedene, E, Harl. 3IS. 6137. 

Raf de Hoteeingesdene, F. Malton or 

Melton, Middlesex. 
Erm. on a cross gu. another throughout of the 

first. Hadringdon, F*. Hatroinodon, F. 

Malton, F. Moyn, F. RatTe de Otiqedene, 

A, or Oteingdene, A, Harl. 3IS. 6137. 
Erm. ou a cross gu. another throughout or. 

Rafe de Ottingden, D, 
Erm. on a cross sa. another throughout of the 

first. Archdeacon, Ireland. 
Gu. on a cross arg. another of the first. Duxbury. 
Gu. on a cross patonce aig. another patonce of 

the first. Le Comte de Lisle, Harl. MS. 1465. 

Melton, Harl. MS. 1407. 



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On 1 CBOSS cont. 

Cross cont. 
Gu. on a cross patty and pointed arg. at each 

end a bezant another cross patty pointed of 

the first. Henry le Wateys, V. Sir Henry 

Lee, Wales, Harl. MS. 1465 fo. 57. 
Gu. on a cross engr. or another of the first 

charged with a crown imperial gold. Blincaene 

or Blinckarne, Kent. 
Gu. on a cross botonny or another of the first. 

Raymond Earl of Toulouse, Z, 70. 
Gu. on a cross pometty or another of the first. 

Braunston. 
Or on a cross az. another throughout of the first. 

Wassboen, v. 
Or on a cross humetty and pointed az. another 

pointed of the first. Burr, 
Or on a cross gu. another lozengy vair. Bau- 

dewin de Fkevile, E, Harl. MS. 6589 fo. 6. 
Or on a cross patonce gu. another of ten (some- 
times twelve) lozenges vair. Frivile, E. 
Or on a cross gu. another throughout of the 

first. Caverner. Hamon Creveceuer, B. 

Sr. de Cbevecoeur, Kent, V. Robert de 

Creveceur, D ; or Crevecueh, E ; or 

Crevecure, E, Harl. MS. CI 37. Ro. de 

C'uEQR, A ; or Crevequer, A, Harl. MS. 6137. 

Creverquere. Crevesuer, V*. Harrington. 

A ugustinian Priory at Leedes, Kent. Taverner. 

Robert de Trenamer, F. 
Or on a cross sa. a cross calvary crossed at the 

top .... Knapton. 
Or on a cross sa. a cross croslet fitchy of the 

first. Vesey, Ireland. But a cross patriarchal. 

Vesey ; Baronetcy 1C98, Baron Knapton 1750, 

Viscount de Vesci 1766. 
Or on a cross fiory sa. another of the first. 

Lamplow or Lamplugh. 
Quarterly or and az. over all on a passion cross 

of the first standing upon a griece of three 

steps of the first another upon similar steps 

sa. Cluniac Priory at Lenton or Lynton, co. 

Nottingham, Harl. MS. 1499 fo. 21. 
Sa. on a cross arg. another of the first. Tame, 

Ireland, Harl. MS. 5866 fo. 8 b; and 6096 fo. 

18. Walsam or Walsham. 
Sa. on a cross arg. another throughout of the 

first charged with five crosses croslet as the 

second. Walsam, V. 
Sa. on a cross patty arg. another patty of the 

first. Copley, Harl. MS. 1407 fo. 10. 
Sa. on a cross or another of the first charged 

with five crosses patty fitchy as the second. 

Walsham, Walsham, Norfolk; and Knill, co. 

Hereford ; Baronetcy 1831 ; quartering Knill. 
Sa. on a cross or another throughout of 

the first, Aplederfield or Apultrefield. 
. APLEDORFiLDE,ffari.ilfS.1407. Appulderfeld, 

F. Appulderfield, F*. Apulderfieij), co, 

Devon; and Apulderfield, Kent, Haterington. 

Pulderfield, CO. Devon. 
Sa, on a cross patty or another of the first. 

Matson, CO. Lancaster. 
Vert on a cross arg, another of the first. 

Plowman. 
Crosses 
Erm. on a cross sa. four crosses moline arg. 

Turner, as quartered by Camac, 
Arg, on a cross gu. five crosses patty or. 
. Crathorne, Crathorne, co. York. 
Arg. on a cross sa. five crosses croslet or. Heathe. 
Arg. on a cross engr. sa. five crosses croslet fitchy 

or. A ugustinian abbey atWALTHAM, Essex, U. 



On 1 CBOSS cont. 

Crosses cont. 
Erm. on a cross sa. five crosses botonny arg. 

Turner, co. Warwick. 
Erm. on a cross sa. five pierced crosses moline 

arg. Turner, co. Warwick. 
Gu. on a cross erm. five crosses botonny (or cros^ 

let, or patonce) or. Wakes, Harl. MS. 1404. 
Or on a cross az. five crosses croslet of the first. 

Spalding, France. 
Sa. on a cross arg. five crosses croslet of the first. 
Walsam or Walsham. 
Caps 

Or on a cross az. four covered cups of the first. 

EsTON, Kent; Add. MS. 14307. 
Gu. on a cross patonce or five cups covered sa. 

Sire John le Latimer, J. 

Escallops 

Arg. on a cross gu, three escallops in fess or, 

Weylande, And with a label of three points 

az. Weylande, Harl. MS. 1407 fo, 2. 
Az. on a cross arg. (another, or) four escallops gu. 

AcHiT or Acre, Westmoreland. 
Gu. on a cross botonny arg. four escallops sa. 

Humfeey, Truro, Cornwall. 
Gu, on a cross or four escallops of the first, 

Nanscawen, Cornwall. 
Gu. on a cross patonce or four escallops sa. 

Latimer, co, York, Sr. John Lattymer, co. 

York, temp. Edward I, V; or le Latimer {as 

tricked in), N, Harl. MS. 1068. 
Gu.on a cross patty or four escallops sa, Latimer. 
Arg, on a cross az, five escallops or, Roger 

Foxcote, V. William de Mortimer, E. Henry 

de Mortm', Foxcote, F, William Mortimer, 

V. Stonam or Stonham. 
Arg. on a cross patoooe az. five escallops or, 

Mareham. 
Arg, on a cross gu. five escallops of the first. 

Chevaijjer, Aspal, Suffolk. Sr. Nicholas 

Villers, Sufiblk, V. Sr. Nicholas Weyland, 

temp. Edward I, V. 
Arg, on a cross fiory gu. five escallops of the first. 

FOULKEWORTH. 

Arg, on a cross gu. five escallops or, Hangrest. 
BuRNAViLL, V. Sire Nicholas de Valeres, N. 
Villers, confirmed 1771. Villers, Brookesby, 
CO. Leicester, V. Nichol de Villers, Y. Sr. 
Nicholas Villers, co. Gloucester, temp. Ed- 
ward I, V. ViLLiERS, Baron and Earl of 
Anglesey 1623-86. Henry Montagu Villiers, 
Bishop of Carlisle 1856. Villiers, Baron 
Hyde 1756; Earl of Clarendon 1776. Child- 
ViLLiERS, Viscount Grandison 1620 ; Earl 
Grandison 1721-66; Baron and Viscount Vil- 
liers J 69 1; Earl of Jersey 1697; quartering 
Child. Villiers, Ireland; and co. Oxford. 
Wayland, Sufl'olk. Weyland. Sire Nicholas 
de Weylande, N. And with a label az. Sire 
William de Weylande, N. But with a martlet 
of the second for diff. Villiers, Baron Whad- 
don and Viscount Villiers 1616; Earl of Buck- 
ingham 1616 : Marquis 1617 ; Duke 1623 ; Earl 
of Coventry 1623; extinct 1087; Z, 398. But 
with a crescent for difl". Villiers, Brookesby, 
CO, Leicester ; and co, Stafibrd, 

Arg. oi) a cross humetty gu. five escallops or. 
Overton, Harl. MS. 1386 fo. 66. 

Arg. on a cross patty gu. five escallops or. 
Falkworth. Fulkworth. 

Ar^?. on a cross patonce gu, five escallops or. 

FOLKEWORTH, V. NiXON. 



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On 1 CBOSS cont. 

Escallops cont. 
Arg. on a cross sa. five escallops of the first. 

Eobert Stonham, V. Vastons or Wastoyle, F. 

Vastoyle, V*. 
Arg. on a cross engr. sa. five escallops of the first. 

Bygod or Bygot. 
Arg. on a cross sa. five escallops or, Beauvais. 

Stonam or Stonham. Wastoile or Wastoyle. 
Arg. on a cross engr. (wavy V*) per pale gu. and 

sa. five escallops or. Brooke, co. Hereford, W. 
Az. on a cross arg. five escallops gu. Abe. 

Creketofte, F*. Ceeketoftes, F. Nicholas 

D'Acee, F. John Garboneli., F. Sire William 

Kieketot, N. Kieketot Kirktot Kyrktot 

Kkibitot or Kribtot, Sufi'olk. 
Az. on a cross engr. arg. five escallops gu. 

Critoft, CO. Oxford ; quartered by Daunsey. 
Az. on a cross or five escallops gu. Rondulf de 

AcRE,F. Creketost orCRooKETOST. Randolph 

Dacre, A'; Y. Nichol ViLLiERS, y. 
Krm. on a cross gu. five escallops or. Waling or 

Weyland. 
Gu. on a cross arg. five escallops az. Wellesby. 
Gu. on a cross patty arg. five escallops az. Allen. 

Nicholas Ablyn, Y. Alay.m, Alaym,co. Chester ; 

Harl. MS. 1988 fo. 33 b. 
Gu. on a cross moline or five escallops of the 

first. Lattymer; Harl. MS. 1538 fo. 12. 
Gu. on a cross or five escallops sa. Sire Johan le 

Latymer, N. 
Gu. on a cross patonce or five escallops sa. 

Latimer. 
Gyronny of eight arg. and gu. in the second 

quarter on a cross patty arg. five escallops of 

the second. Acton. 
Or on a cross az. five escallops of the first. Foxall 

or FoxcoTE, CO. Huntingdon. 
Or on a cross gu. five escallops arg. Bagot. Sr. 

Eaufe BiGOD, co. Norfolk, F. Joan BiG0D,^,i<'. 

Eauf BiGOD, Y. Rafe Bigot, B. Begard 

or Bignard, Norfolk. Bygod or Bygode, 

Seakelthorp, co. York. Sire Eauf Bygod, N. 

Lavall. Lavell. Pigot, co. York, Verdon. 
Or on a cross engr. gu. five escallops of the first. 

Bygot. 
Or on a cross patonce gu. five escallops of the 

first. Oughtred, V. Uchked, F*. Uchtred, 

CO. York, F. 
Or on a cross engr. per pale gu. and sa. five escal- 
lops arg. Brooke, Harl. MS. 1404 fo. 32. 
Or on a cross sa. five escallops arg. Sr. Piers 

Capitan' De la Bouche, F. Le Capitow de 

Bough, S. Debouche or Debughe. Sr. John 

Graxlly, E.g., Captal de Buch, temp. Edward 

III. Greilly. Oreablin, F. 
Or on a cross sa. five escallops of the first. 

Bygood, Adyngflet, co. York. 
Or on a cross vert five escallops arg. Thoeley. 
Gu. on a pierced cross baton arg. twelve escallops 

sa. Humrrey, Chaldon- Humphrey, co. Dorset; 

Leicester; and Barton, co. Northampton. 
Escucheon 
Arg. on a cross per pale gu. and sa. an escucheon 

of the first. Brooke. 
Sa. on a cross engr. arg. an escucheon gu. 

De la Hay, IV. 
on an Escucheon 
Arg. on a cross flory sa. an escucheon gu. charged 

with a lion ramp, of the first. Postiiall. 
Arg. on a cross erm. an escucheon of the first 

charged with a rose gu. Noah Bridges, Clerk 

of the Parliament at Oxford. 



On 1 CROSS cont. 

Estoile 
Arg. on a cross sa. an estoile or. John 

KOKERIKGHAM, F. 

Arg. on a cross vert a pierced estoile or. Lincoln. 
Gu. billetty arg. on a cross of the second a pierced 

estoile of the first. Tatesham or Totesham, F. 
Vert on a cross or an estoile sa. Adam, Walden, 

Essex. Adams, Anstey, co. Warwick ;" and co. 

Northampton. Adamson, Westmoreland. 
Arg. on a cross engr. sa. three six-pointed estoiles 

of the first. Froelsham, Elton, co. Chester. 
Estoiles 
Arg. fretty sa. on a cross gu. five estoiles or. 

TowNSEND, Surrey; granted 1504. 
Arg. on a cross engr. sa. five estoiles or. 

Branketree, F. Brakentree. Branketree 

Brankfrey Branketoy or Branktroy, Essex. 

Brantree, Brantree, Essex. Fordsham, Essex. 

Feodesham, V. Frodsham, Elton, co. Chester. 
Arg. on a cross moline sa. five estoiles or. Sr. 

William Gourle, V. Gouelee, V*. 
Arg. on a cross raguly sa. five estoiles of the 

first. Pettiwaed, Putney; Add. MS. 5b3S. 
Erm. on a cross engr. sa. five estoiles or. 

Brakentree, Somerset. Branketry. 
Erm. on a cross raguly sa. five estoiles or. 

Warner, Suffolk. 
Gu. on a cross arg. five estoiles sa. Ealph, Bishop 

of Norwich 1236. 
Lozengy arg. and sa. on a cross engr. gu. five es- 
toiles or. Townsend. 
Or on a cross gu. five estoiles arg. Ltncolne. 
Or on a cross sa. five estoiles of the first. Vyseey. 
Or on a cross engr. sa. five estoiles of the first. 

Frodesham or Frodsham, Essex. 
Or on a cross patty sa. five estoiles of the first. 

Eosser, Suffolk. 
Gu. on a cross patonce or nine estoiles sa. Gower, 

F. The cross patty. Gower. 
Vertonacrossarg.nineestoilessa. BRiGiD,Ireland. 

Feather 
Arg. on a cross moline gu. a feather of the first 

betw. two annulets in pale or. Vidal, Corn- 

borongh Abottsham, co. Devon ; granted .... 
Fleur-de-lis 
Arg. on a cross flory az. a fleur-de-lis or. Pethee. 
Arg. on a cross gu. a fleur-de-lis or. City of 

Lincoln. 
Az. on a cross patonce arg. a fleur-de-lis sa. 

Goldisborough, V. Goldisburgh, F*. 
Or on a cross gu. a fleur-de-lis of the first. Burke. 

Fleurs-de-lis 
Gu. on a cross arg. three fleurs-de-lis sa. Toniford, 

Toniford, co. Kent. 
Arg. on a quarter-pierced cross az. four fleurs-de- 
lis or. BRE\^TEE. 

Arg. on a cross sa. four fleurs-de-lis or. Arras, co. 

Buckingham. 
Gu. on a cross engr. or four fleurs-de-lis az. 

Asherst, F. Ashuest, F*. 
Or on a quarter-pierced cross az. four fleurs-de-lis 

of the first. Burton, Eigbury, co. Devon, W. 

Burton, co. Devon, F; and co. Chester. 
Or on a cross sa. four fleurs-de-lis of the first. 

Burton, Harl. 31S. 1405. 
Arg. on a cross az. five fleursde-lis or. Aeras. 

Eauf D'Arras, E ; or Eaf de Arras, F. 

Mortimer. 
Arg. on a cross patonce az. five fleurs-de-lis or. 

M. John de Walcote, S. Walcott, V. The 

cross patty, Walcote. Tho cross patty rebated. 

Walcot, Harl. MS. 6l5i3 fo. 59 b. 



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655 



On 1 CROSS cont. 

Flears-de-lis cont. 

Arg, on a cross gu. five fleurs-de-lis of the first. 
FiNETT, Kent. Ivat or Ivatt, London ; con- 
firmed 1C2G. JUATT, V*. JUET. 

Arg. on a cross gu. five fleurs-de-lis or. Cister- 
cian Abbey at Tiltey, Essex. 

Arg. on a cross engr. gui five fleurs-de-lis of 
the first. FiNET, Soulton, Kent. 

Arg. on a cross flory gu. five fleurs-de-lis of the 
first. IVETT. 

Arg. on a cross gu. five fleurs-de-lis or. 
Barlingham, Essex. Biulingham. Sr. Wil- 
liam DuEESME, Essex, temp. Edward I, V. 
Sire Gelera de Dtoem, A''. Osmond Dubesme, 
Essex, r. Durham. 

Arg. on a cross engr. gu. five fieurs-de-lis or. 

BiLLINGDON.F. BiLLINGHAM, F*. BiRLANGHAM, 

V. Byrlangham, V*. 
Arg. on a cross patonce gu. five fleurs-de-lis or. 
. Walcote, v. 
Arg. on a cross sa. five fleurs de-lis of the first. 

Belgrave, Cockfield, SuS'olk. 
Arg. on a cross sa. five fleurs-de-lis of the first. 

Le Neve, London; Tivetshall, Norfolk; and 

SuS'olk; confirmed to William Le Neve, Cla- 

renceux King of Arms. Neve, Norfolk, If. 
Arg. on a cross purp. five fleurs-de-lis or. 

Birijngham. 
Arg. on a cross sa. five fleurs-de-lis or. Arras 

or Heatcock, co. Buckingham. Neave, Dag- 
. nam Park, Essex : Baronetcy 1795. 
Arg. on a cross flory sa. five fleurs-de-lis or. 

(The ancient coat of) Walcot, Walcot in Lyd- 

bury, CO. Salop. 
Az. on a cross or five fleurs-de-lis gu. 

Dokeswoeth, Essex, V. 
Erm. on a cross gu. five fleurs-de-lis of the first. 

Beelinge. 
Gu. on a cross arg. five fleurs-de-lis of the first. 

Ivat, London. 
Gu. on a cross arg. five fleurs-de-lis or. Burton. 
Gu. on a cross or five fleursde lis az. Ashurst. 
Or on a cross az. five fleurs-de-lis of the first. 

Bowerton. 
Or on a cross patty az. five fleurs-de-lis of the 

first. Burton, co. Devon, IF. 
Or on a cross gu. five fleurs-de-lis of the first. 

Berlangham. Berlingham. Birlangham, 

V. BiRLINGHAM. DURHAM, EsseX. 

Or on a cross sa. five fleurs-de-lis arg. Morrison, 

CO. Lancaster. 
Or on a cross sa. five fleurs-de-lis of the first. 

MoRisoN, Standon, CO. Hertford; and Cadby, 

CO. Lincoln. Thomas Morryson, Pipe OfiBce; 

granted by Cooke, W. Morrison, F*. 
Or on a cross anchory sa. five fleurs-de-lis of the 

first. Burton, V. 
Flower .... Rose 
Arg. on a cross gu. a rose or. Nicholas. 
Az. on a cross or a rose gu. stalked and leaved 

vert. BowN. 
Gu. on a cross engr. or a rose of the first. 

CuMBERFORD, CO. Stafiord. 
Or on a cross engr. gu. a rose of the first. 

Hawley. 

Flowers Gillyflowers 

Gu. on a cross raguly arg. two gillyflowers in pale 
ppr. LisTON, Scotland. 

.... Roses 

Gu. on a quarter-pierced cross arg. four roses of 
the first. Waoet. 



Oa 1 CROSS cont. 

Flowers cont. Lilies 
Arg. on a cross sa. five lilies stalked of the first. 

Augustinian Priory at Walsinqham, Norfolk. 
.. ..Roses 
Arg. on a cross az. five roses or. Blobeey. 

Blobdry, V. 
Arg. on a cross gu. five roses of the first. Linton, 

CO. Cambridge. 
Arg. on a cross flory gu. five roses of the first. 

Morgan. 
Gu. on a cross engr. arg. five roses of the first. 

CoMBEEFOED or CuMBEEFOED, CO. Warwick. 

MuscoTE, Barton, and Welby, co. Northampton. 

The cross sometimes fusily. Amary, Froles- 

worth, CO. Leicester. 
Gu. on a cross engr. or five roses of the first. 

Sr. de Comberford, co. Stafford, F. 
Or on a cross az. five roses arg. Sr. de Lacer, 

V. Lacy. 
Or on a cross engr. gu. five roses arg. Augus- 
tinian Priory at Edindon Edyngdon or 

Hfdington ; this coat " in the glass window 

in Farnham Church in co. Surrey 1623," W. 
Or on a cross per pale arg. and gu. five roses 

counterpaled az. and gu. Langton, Add. MS. 

12443 (in error.) 
Or on a cross per pale az. and gu. five roses arg. 

Langton, W. 
Or on a cross quarterly az. and gu. five roses arg. 

Langton, W. Thomas Langton, Bishop of St. 

Davids 1483, Salisbury 1485, Winchester 

1493-1501 ; Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10 fo. 863. 

The roses of the first. Langton. 
Or on a cross engr. sa. five rosea of the first. 

Edmonds. 
3.FoiI 
Arg. on a cross patonce gu. a 3-foil of the fii'st. 

Seagram, co. Wilts. 
Sa. on a cross flory arg. a 3-foil vert. Upton, 

Sussex ; qranted 1569. 
4.Foil 
Az. (another in error gu.) on a cross patty 

throughout per bend sinister erm. and or a 

4-foil counterchanged. Richard Slacke, Wind- 
sor Herald, F. 
S-Foil 
Az. on a cross erminois a 5-foil vert betw. four 

pierced mullets sa. Randall. 
Az. on a cross or a 5-foil betw. four lozenges gu. 

Bryant. 
Or on a cross az. a 5-foil betw. four mascles of 

the first. Haley, Eartham, Sussex. Hayley, 

CO. Salop ; granted 1701. 
5-Foils 
Gu. on a cross engr. -arg. four 5-foils of the first; 

Amary. 
Or on a pierced cross az. four 5-foils of the first. 

Acotts. 
Arg. on a cross gu. five 5 -foils of the first. 

Hartley, Ireland. 
Arg. on a cross engr. gu. five 5-foils of the first. 

Augustinian Priory at Edindon Edyngdon or 

Hedington, CO. Hants. 
Arg. on a cross gu. five 5-foils or. John de 

St. Maeke, F. 
Arg. onacrossengr.8a.five5-foilsor. Edmonds, co. 

Cambridge. Edmunds; as quartered by D'Oyley. 
Gu. on a cross engr. arg. five 5-foils of the first. 

Amaey, Essex. 
Lozengy and on a cross engr five 

5-foils .... William Edendon or Edington, 

Bishop of Winchester, 1346-66. 



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AN ORDINARY OF 



On 1 CBOSS cont. 

5-FoiIs cont. 
Or on a cross az. five pierced 5-foils arg. Lacy. 
Or on a cross engr. gu. five 5-foils of the first. 

Augustinian Priory at Edindon Edyngdon or 

Hedington, CO. Wilts. 
Or on a cross engr. sa. five 5-foils of the first. 

Edmondes, Essex, V. 
Per bend arg. and az. on a cross counterchanged 

five 5-foils or. Talley. 
Sa. on a cross or five (sometimes pierced) 5-foils 

of the first. City, or Bishopric, of St. David's. 
Fret 
Or on a cross az. a fret of the first. Wardon. 

Fretty 
Arg. on across az. fretty or, Robert de Verdon, 

Draycot in Ibstock, co. Leicester, 1279-80 ; 

Sloane MS. 1301. Sr. Robert Verdon, co. 

Warwick, V; after marriage with a heiress of 

Bourton. Sire Robert de Verdun, co. Warwick, 

N. Wardon, Berkshire. 
Arg.on a cross gu. fretty of the first. Nethervill. 
Arg. on a cross gu. fretty or. Brayton, V. 

Mentervile or Vomatervile, Harl. 3IS. 6096 

(error for) Nettervill, Viscount Dowth, 1622. 

Nbutervixle, F*. Nutervill, Ireland, V. 
Arg. on a cross sa. fretty of the first. Muscross. 

Thwaites, Harl. MS. 6829 fo. 32. Thwaytes, 

Kent, V. Thomas Thwayts, Cowpland, Y. 
Arg. on a cross sa. fretty or. Richard de 

Oppeshale, E. Oppeshall or Oppsall. Ni 

colas de Oppsall, V. Michel de OpsHALE,i^. 

Palyard. Polliard. Cistercian Abbey at 

RuFFYN or RusHiN, Isle of Man, Lansd. MS. 

255. Thwaites, Thwaites, and Unerigg Hall, 

CO. Chester. Thwaits. Upsale. And with a 

fleur-de-lis in the dexter chief for difi". gu. 

Thwaites, co. Buckingham ; and Newland 

Hall, Essex. 
Az. on a cross arg. fretty gu. Broon. Fyers. 

MONTLABY. MoUNTSTABET. SoREY. 

Az. on a cross or fretty gu. Molton. Montaby. 
Sr. John Mounteby, V. Sire Johnn deScEPEYE, 
N. William de Scephowe, F. Sepheie, Harl. 
MS. 6589. Sephey. William Sephrie, E, 
but Shepep, E, Harl. MS. 6137. Sr. John 
Shepey, CO. Derby ; temp. Edward J, F. 
William de Shepey, F. John de Shepey, Bishop 
of Rochester 1352-60. Shepey, Smithsby, co. 
Derby ; a branch of Shepey, Shepey, co. Lei- 
cester, temp. Henry II. John Sheppey, N, 
Harl. MS. 6589. Sopekey or Sorpepey, co. 
Nottingham. Stepey or Stepy. Robert de 
Verdon, Draicote near Bourton, co. Warwick, 
1307 ; Dugdale, Warwickshire {in error). 

Chequy arg. and az. on a cross of the second 
fretty as the first. Calthorp, Kent. 

Erm. on a cross flory az. fretty or. Lewthwaite, 
Broadgate, Cumberland; quartering Nicholson. 

Erm. on a cross gu. fretty of the first. Cpey. 

Gu. on a cross arg. fretty az. Neterviie, 
Harl. MS. 6096. Taafe, Barony Ballvmote 
1628, Viscounty 1628, Earl of Carlingford 
1661-1738. Tathe, Ireland, F. 

Gu. on a cross arg. fretty sa. Carboneli,, F; 
and Sufi'olk. 

Gu. on a cross or fretty az. Codington, F. 
Codinton. St. Michael, Quadrendon, Sussex. 
Laurence de Sentmicheu., A. 

Or on a cross az. fretty of the first. Wardon. 

Or on a cross sa. fretty arg. Besstjm. 

Sa. on a cross potent or fretty gu. .1 ohn Aleyn or 
AiXEYN, Thaxsted, Essex, V. Ai.i.en. Am.yn. 



On 1 CROSS.... cont. 

Fruit 

Arg. on a cross gu. five pine apples ppr. Island 
of Jamaica ; granted in charter ] 680. 
Garbs 

Arg. on a cross az. five garbs or. Beaumeys or 
Beymeys; left by John Beaumeys of Sawtrey 
to his cousin and heir Thomas Grendale, 
Fenton, co. Huntingdon, who gave this coat to 
William Moigne 22 Nov. 1391; Cott. MS. 
Julius F. viii fo. 7 : it appears to have been 
assumed by Milverton. Grendall. 

Arg. on a cross engr. az. five garbs or. Manton. 
Mylneton or Mylton, V. Millington, co. 
Chester. 

Arg. on a cross gu. five garbs or. Swinborne. 

SWYNBORNE, F. SWYNBURNE, F*. 

Arg. on a cross engr. sa. five garbs or. Middleton, 
Sufiblk. 
Oouttes 

Arg. on a cross engr. sa. five gouttes d'or. 
Shottesbery ; Harl. MS. 1188, fo. 10, in 
error for Stottesbery, Sulgrave, co. Northamp- 
ton, Harl. MS. 1187 fo. 14 b. But seven 
gouttes, Stotesbiiry, Harl. MS. 1094 fo. 125 ; 
1184fo. 122. But eleven gouttes. Stottesbery, 
Harl. MS. 1553 fo. 31. 

Arg. on a cross engr. gu, gouttes d'or, 
Milketfield. 

Arg. on a cross sa. gouttes d'or. Leeson, co. 
Northampton. Maleby, V. 

Arg.on a cross engr. SH. gouttes d'or. Mekelfeid, 
V*. Mekilfield. Michelfiei.d. Mekylfeld, 
F. Milketfield. Sr, de Mykelfeld, Suf- 
folk, V. Mekitfield, F*. 

Or on a cross engr. sa. gouttes d'eau. Mekerfreld, 

Sa. on a cross arg. gouttes de poix. Hallom. 
Ouns 

Or on a cross az. five pairs of pistols saltirewise 
of the first. Toulson, co. Lancaster. 
Head (Beast) Deer 

Arg. on a cross sa. a stag's head betw. four birds 
of the first. Harmon, Moor's Hall, co. Stafi'ord. 

Arg, on a cross sa. a buck's head couped betw. 
four martlets of the first. Harman, co. War- 
wick; and Taynton, co. Oxford. 
.... Leopard 

Arg. on a cross az. a leopard's face betw. four 
lozenges or. Aylward. 

Arg. on a cross erm. a leopard's head or. Bruges, 
London ; granted 1612. 

Arg. on a cross sa. a leopard's face or. Bridges, 
Cainsham ; Collinson, Somerset, ii, 404 ; 
Gloucester ; and co. Worcester. Bruges, 
Coberley, co. Gloucester, V. Sr. John Bruges, 
Dymonok, F; but Dymmok, Cotton MS. Tibe- 
rius D 10. Bruges, Sudley Castle, co. Glou- 
cester. Sr. Giles Bruges, T, Harl. 3IS. 6137 
fo. 44. Bruges, Baron Chandos; Z, 542; 
Viscount Wilton and Earl of Carnarvon 1714, 
Marquis of Carnarvon and Duke of Chandos 
1719-89. Brydges, F*, and Denton Court, 
Kent; Baronetcy 1815. Burges, V.*; and 
Westham, Essex. With a martlet for diif. 
Brydges, Bosbury, co. Hereford; heiresses m. 
Warner and Wynniatt. But with a mullet for 
diff'. Bridges, Lord Mayor of London 1520. 

Erm. on a cross flory az. a leopard's face betw. 
four 5-foils arg. Dickins, Soutbbridge House. 

Erm. on a cross flory sa. a leopard's face or. 
Dickin, Loppington, co. Salop ; quartering 
Acherley. Dickins, West Stoke, Sussex ; 
granted 1625; quartering Scrase, 



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On 1 CBOSS cont. 
Head cont. (Seast) Leopard cont. 
Erm. on a cross flory {or patonce^ sa, a leopard's 
header. Dickens. Dickens, London; from 

CO. Derby ; granted Add. MS. 12225 fo. 70. 

Erm. on a cross patonce sa. a leopard's head is- 
suing out of a ducal coronet or. Dickens. 

Lion 

Vair on a cross gu. a lion's head erased or. Pakler, 
CO. Lancaster. 

Heads .... (Beasts) Leopard 
Arg. on a cross az. five leopard's faces or. Atellee 
or De la Lee, co. Hertford. Moybhold. 

MOYSHOLE, V. MOYSHOLL, V* . 

Arg. on a cross chequy az. and or five leopard's 

faces gold. De la Lee. 
Arg. on a cross gu. five leopard's heads of the 

first. Lee, co. Hereford. 
Arg. on a cross gu. five leopard's faces or. Walker. 

Garter King of Arms 1C76; quartering Walker. 
... .Lion 
Arg. on a cross gu. five lion's heads erased or. 

Henslow, Hampshire. 

. . . . Oz 
Arg. on a cross sa. five bull's heads of the first. 

BOYNEM. 

Arg. on a cross vert five bull's heads cabossed of 
the first. Bull, co. Hertford, Harl. MS. 15-iC 
fo. 29. 

Or on a cross sa. five bull's heads arg. Bayman. 
Beyman. The heads cabossed arg. Bonhau 
Boymen Boynam or Boynan. Sr. Robert 
BoYNTON, V. Granted 5 April, ] 375, after a 
dispute settled in favour of Aton, by Wra. de 
Aton brother of Gilbert Lord Aton, to Robert 
de BoiNTON. 

Wolf 

Arg. on a cross gu. five wolf's heads erased of the 
first. Lee, co. Hertford. 

(Birds) Eagle 

Erm. on a cross gu. five eagle's heads erased arg. 
Merydal, Great Brickhill, and Salbury, co. 
Buckingham. 

.... (Human figure) 

Sa. on a cross arg. five Negro's heads couped ppr. 
More. 
Heart 

Az. on a cross arg. a heart gu. Boonfoy. Bonfoy 
or BuNFOY, Hease, Middlesex. 
Horn 

Or on a cross engr. sa. a hunting-horn of the 
first stringed gu. Rait, Pilforthie. 
Horseshoes 

Gu. on a cross arg. five horseshoes of the first. 
Thomas Randolf, Wood Bevinton, co. War- 
wick, W. Randolfe, V*. 

Gu. on a cross arg. five horseshoes sa. Kendolph, 
Wallingford, co. Berks. Randall, Wolton, co. 
Northampton; and Bonnington, and Wilford, 
CO. Warwick ; granted by Cooke. 
Human Figure 

Arg. on a cross calvary with a griece of three steps 
gu. the Saviour or. Butler, Baron Caher 
154B, 1583; Viscount Caher 1816-58; Earl of 
Glengall 1816-58; quartering gu. three covered 
cups or with a crescent for difi"., with per pale in- 
dented or and gu.. or a chief indented az., erm. a 
sal tire gu., and arg. an eagle sa. betw. three 
crosses patty gu. 
Inkmoline 

Erm. on a quarter-pierced cross arg. four inkmo- 
lines sa. Turner, Stoke Rochford, co. Lincoln ; 
1730; and Kilnhurat, co. York. Turner, V*. 



On 1 CBOSS cont. 
Inkmoline cont. 

Erm. on a quarter-pierced cross sa. four inkmolines 
arg. Turner, Suflfolk; and co. Huntingdon. 

Ermines on a quarter-pierced cross arg. four ink- 
molines sa. Henry Turner, V. Turner, co. 
Derby 1634; Bluntshall, Essex; Panton, and 
Stoke Rochford, co. Lincoln ; and Shillinglee 
Surrey. Turner, Baron Wiuterton 17fil; Vis-' 
count Turner and Earl of Winterton 1766. 
Turner, Dowuhathley House, co. Gloucester. * 

Sa. on a cross arg. five pierced inkmolines of the 
first. Sir William Turner, Lord Mayor of Lon- 
don 1669. Turner, Kirk Leedham, co. York. 
And with a martlet in the dexter chief for difi"! 

Turner, Stanley, near Warrington.co.Lancaster. 
Letters 

.... on a cross .... a text T . . . . The Treasurer 
of the Priory of St. Augustine at Canterbury : 
ArchcEologia, xviij, 425. 

Arg. on a cross az. the letter M crowned or. 
William de St. Mary's Church, Bishop of Lon- 
don 1199-1221. Simon Mepham, Archbishop 
of Canterbury 1328-33. Simon Sudbtiry (not 
Sodbury) alias Tybolu, Bishop of London 1362; 
Archbishop of Canterbury 1375-81. 

Arg. on a cross gu. a text R and in chief a lion 
pass, guard, or. City of Rochester. 

Az. on a cross arg. a text (R, Tanner) X and in chief 
the letter I of the first. Benedictine Priory (but 
with thelettersroman,the Deanery)of the Holy 
Trinity or Christchurch at Canterbury. 
Lozenge 

Or on a cross gu. a lozenge arg. charged with (a 
cross, Frevil, V*, and Frevill, Harl. MS. 
1404 fo. 50 b ; but) a saltire of the second en- 
closed by four lozenges vair. Sr. de Frevill, 
CO. Worcester, V. 
Lozenges 

Arg. on a cross sa. five lozenges erm. Bredman, 
CO. Bedford. 

Arg. on a cross sa. five lozenges or. Brightwell 
or Britwell, co. Buckingham. 

Gu. on a cross patty or five lozenges vair. Mon- 
sire Baldwin de Frevill, Y. 

Or on a cross patty gu. five lozenges arg. Frevile. 

Or on a cross gu. five lozenges vair. Frevill, V*. 
Freville, CO. Worcester, Sr. Robert de 
Veere, V. 

Or on a cross flory gu. five lozenges vair. Frevile, 
Tamworth; Erdeswick. 

Or on a cross patonce gu. five lozenges vair. 
Frevill, V. Sr. de Freville, V. 

Or on a cross patty gu. five lozenges vair. 
Frevile, co. Worcester. Baldwin Frevile, F. 

Or on a cross gu. five lozenges vert. Frevill; 
Harl. MS. 1407 fo. 13 b. 

Sa. on a cross engr. or five lozenges gu. Paynton, 
V*. 

Uascle 

Gu. on a cross moline or a mascle of the first. 
Feney or Feny {in error), 
Mascles 

Arg, on a pierced cross az. four mascles of the 
first. Prieecke. 

Or on a pierced cross az. four mascles of the first. 
Pearse. Perike. Perke. Prykele. 

Or on a quarter-pierced cross az. four mascles of 
the first. Perke. Prickett, AUerthorpe, co. 
York. Prikkes or Pryke, Bury St. Edmunds, 
Suffolk. Prykke, V. 

Or on a pierced cross gu. four mascles of the first. 
Prike or Prykke. 

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AN OEDINABY OF 



On 1 CBOSS cont. 

Mascles cont. ^ . 

Or on a cross gu. mascles vair. Sire Baudewyne 
de Feewylle, 2^. Jobn Fkeyyle, Y. 

Gu. on a*cross flory or five maunches of the first. 

ai^on'T cross patonce or five maunches of the 

first. Sr. Waren Latimer, F. L^.^^f^'j;;- 

Monsire Waryne Latimer, Harl. MS. lAV,b lo. 

34. Sr. Wareine Latymee, R. 

Gu. on a cross patty or maunches of the first. 

Sire Waryn Latymee, Y; or de Latymee, 0. 

Mitre 

Arg. on a cross patonce az a mitre or Henry 

de Lexington, Bishop of Lincoln 1254-8. 
Arg. on a cross sa. a mitre with labels or. Bi- 
shopric of Carlisle. 
Arg. on a cross gu. a mitre betw. two regf ^ °f ^^^ 
in pale and two orbs (or mounds, another, four 
swords) in fess or. Benedictine Abbey at 
Battle, Sussex. . r^^^^m 

Or on a cross flory sa. a mitre ppr. Leofric, 
Bishop of Exeter 1046-72. 
Mallet 
Arg. on a cross patty gu. a mullet or. Aldewincele. 

The mullet pierced. Adronkel. 
Are on a cross sa. a mullet of the first. John 
de Copland, X. M. John de Coupelande, S. 
Sr. John CouPLAND, V. The mullet pierced. 

Copland. . , ^^ i. r it.„ 

Arg. on a cross sa. a six-pointed mullet of the 

first. BURNAVILLE. COKERAM. St. Johu COOTELL, 

V. Kokeram. Kokerham, V. ^ , „ , 
Arg. on a cross moline sa. a mullet of the first. 

Copley, co. York. tpa a 

Arg. on a cross patonce sa. a mullet . . .. iiiawara 

Banester, Iddesworth, co. Hants, W. 
ArK. on a cross sa. a mullet or. Cockerington 

or Cockerith. Gilbert de Cokerington, Y. 

COCKERYTH, F*. COKERYTHE, F. Sir Huge 

de HoLiNGESHEVED, N. Vastoile. The mullet 
pierced. Cokerington. Vastoile. 
Erm. on a cross patty gu. a mullet or. 
Aldewinckell ; quartering sa. three butterflies 
within a bordure engr. arg. 
Gu. billety on a cross arg. a mullet for difl. sa. 

ToTESHAM, Kent. 
Gu. on a cross engr. arg. a mullet for difl. sa. 

Leigh, Rushall, co. Stafi-ord: Erdeswick. 
Or on a cross vert a mullet arg. Chawcombe, 

CO. Wilts. 
Or on a cross flory {aliter patonce) gu. a mullet 
arg. Ainslie, Great Torrington, co. Lincoln ; 

Baronetcy 1804; extinct 

Or on a cross vert a mullet of the first. Hussey, 

CO York. HussEY, Scotney Castle, Sussex; 

quartering harry of six erm. and gu., with Lake, 

Lucas, Berkeley, Calow, Bridge, Jemmet,etc. 

Sa. on a cross engr. or a mullet arg. Sire Jehan 

de Peytone, N. 
Vert on a cross or a six-pointed mullet gu. 

Adams. 

Mullets 
Az. on a cross arg. three mullets in fess gu. 

BURROUGH, Ipswich. ,, , • r 

Gu on a cross arg. three pierced mullets in fess 
sa. Randyll, Hay ; Davis Gilbert, Cornwall, 

i 421 ; ii, 353. 
Arg. on a cross flory gu. four mullets (another, 
pierced) or. Owtred. 



On 1 CROSS cont. 

Mullets cont. 

Or on a cross patonce gu. four mullets or. 
DoTRED, Harl. MS. 1407. The cross patty 
Sire Robert OuoTRED, J/; tricked patonce for 
Sir Robert Outred, Harl. MS 10C8 fo 76 

Arg. on a cross az. five mullets of the first. 
Chamcombe. ^ _ 

Arg. on a cross az. five mullets or. Lincolne, 
V. Lynaker. , ^ 

Arg. on a cross flory az. five mullets or. Bigbye, 
HorrockHall,co.Lancaster;quarteringBaldwm. 

Are on a cross patonce az. five mullets or. 

Bickerstath, Bickerstath, co. Lancaster. 
Arg on a cross gu. five mullets .... Apadam 

Apden Aphadam and Appadame. 
Arg. on a cross gu. five mullets of the first. 

AsADAM. Seamarke. Twinsted, Norfolk. 

Twisted or Twysted. Twynsted, F. 

TwYNSTEED, F*. The mullets pierced. 

Seamarke. k^.-^,^ 

Arg. on a cross gu. five mullets or. Abadam. 
Adams, London. Adams, Middleton Hall, co. 
Carmarthen. Adams, Holyland, co. Pembroke; 
quartering Paterchurch. Apadam. SireJohan 
de Baddeham, N. Sr. John Badeham, H ; but 
BoDEHAM,!. Bleddyn-Broadspeare, Lord ot 
Llanhowell. Bodeham or Bodenham. br. 
John Bodeham, F. Seamark. _ 
Arg. on a cross gu. four mullets pierced or. John 
ap Adam, Y. Skmarke, F. Sentmarke, F*. 

Sent Marke, F. . j i, ♦„ ^,. 

Arg. on a cross patty gu. five pierced mullets or. 

Arg. on a cross sa. five mullets of the first. 

Bastoyle, Essex. -. .u « ♦ 

Are on a cross engr. sa. five mullets of the first. 

Chetwynd, Grendon, co. Stafl^ord. Chetwynd, 

Brocton, co. Stafi"ord (in error). Chis^hall. 

The mullets pierced. Chetwynde, co. Salop. 
Are on a cross sa. five mullets or. Peverell, 

V* Sire Johan Vascoyl, N. Vastoile. 

Wa'stoile, Essex. Sr. John Wasto-vle, Essex, 

temp. Edward I, F. 
Are. on a cross engr. sa. five mullets or. 

Chetwyn. Trafford. Venables, CO. Lincoln. 
Arg. on a cross engr. sa. five pierced mullets or. 

FORDESHAM. „ t) „ . 

Arg. on a cross flory sa. five mullets or. Rigby 

or RiGHBY. ,, 

Are on a cross patonce sa. five mullets or. 
Bickerstath, Bickerstath, co. Lancaster. 
RiGBY, CO. Lancaster, F. The mullets pierced. 
Rigby, Preston Wiggan, co. Lancaster. 
Are on a cross vert five mullets or. Rigby. 

Arg. on a cross engr. vert five mullets or. 
Cistercian Abbey at Basingweeke, co. Hint, 
Harl. MS. 1988 fo. 35 b. William de 
Bassingwirke, HarLMS.1988fo.75b. 

Az. on a cross arg. five mullets of the first. 
Rich. Warme, Peterborough, co. Northamp- 
ton. WoEME, CO. Northampton ; granted IbS^i. 

Az. on a cross arg. five (sometimes pierced) niul- 
lets gu. Ralph Verney, Lord Mayor of London 
1465 ; and Middle Claydon, co. Buckingham ; 
Baronetcy 1660, Baron Verney and Viscount 
Fermanagh 1703, Earl Verney 1742-91, Ba- 
roness Fermanagh 1792-1810. 

Az. on a cross arg. four mullets gu. pierced or. 
Sr. Rauf Verney, V. „ „ ^ 

Az. on a cross arg. fimbriated or five mullets gu, 
Verney, Claydon House, co. Buckingham; 
Baronetcy 1818, quartering Calvert. 



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On 1 CBOSS cont. 
Uullets cont. 

Az. on a cross or five mullets gu. Sr, John de 
Saintomer, M. 

Az. on a cross or five pierced mullets gu. 
Verney, CO. Hertford. 

Erra. on a cross engr. sa. five mullets arg. 
Brakentre, V. Brakentree, CO. Somerset. 

Gu. on a cross arg. five mullets of the first 
pierced or. Verney. 

Gu. on a cross patty arg. five mullets of the first. 
Ugletreioht. 

Gu. on a cross arg. five mullets sa. Randall, 
CO. Wilts. Sire Joban Randolf, N; or 
Randolfe, CO. Wilts, temp. Edward I, V. 
Randolph, Badelismer, co. Cambridge; con- 
Jirmed lf>7l ; and co. Wilts. Randolph, Kent, 
Harl. MS. 4108 fo. 62. The mullets pierced. 
Randall or Randolph, Aylesford, Kent; Suf- 
folk, 1716 ; and co. Worcester. John Randolph, 
Bishop of Oxford 1V99, Bangor 1806, London 
1809-13. 

Gu. on a cross humetty arg. five mullets sa. 

. Justice. The mullets pierced. Randall. 

Gu. on a cross moline arg. five mullets sa. 
Beake, Harl. MS. 1974 fo. 120. Beck, co. 
Carnarvon. 

Gu. on a cross or five mullets sa. Randall, 
Harl. MS. 1045 fo. 122 6. 

Gu. on a cross flory or five mullets of the first. 
Howtred, CO. York. 

Gu. on a cross patonce or five mullets of the first. 
Sr. Henry Oughtred, V. Sr. Robert Oughtred, 
CO. York, V. Owtred, V. Owtree alias 
Owghtred, Harl. MS. 1407. Sr. Thomas 
Ughtred, CO. York, temp. Edward III, Q. 
Utreight, V. The mullets pierced. Ughtred, 
CO. York. But pierced mullets of six points. 
M. Thomas Oittrich {note Uchtred), S. 

Gu. on a cross patty or five mullets of the first. 
Monsire Thomas Ughtred, Y. The mullets 
pierced. Thomas Ughtred, Y. 

Gu. on a cross or five mullets sa. Bodlam, En- 
field, Middlesex. 

Gu. on a cross patty or five mullets sa. Ward. 

Or on a cross engr. az. five pierced mullets of the 
first. Benedictine Abbey at Burton, co. Staf- 
ford; for Wulfric Spot, the founder, Leland, 
Coll. i, 27. 

Or on a cross humetty with engr. sides az. five 
pierced mullets arg. Benedictine Abbey at 
Burton, co. Stafi'ord, Cotton MS. Tiberius 
D 10. 

Or on a cross gu. five mullets arg. Sr. Edmond 
Burgh', V. Borough or Burrowe, Suffolk. 

Or on a cross gu. five mullets of the first. 
Badham. Galwey, Lota, co. Cork ; descended 
from Sir John de Burgh or de Galwey ; quar- 
tering the augmentation arg. Baal's Bridge, 
1361. 

(? Or) on a cross engr. (gu.) five mullets (of the 
first). Secretum of seal of William Edinqton, 
Bishop of Winchester 1346-66. 

Or on a cross gu. five pierced mullets of the first. 
Borough, Sandwich, Kent. 

Or on a cross gu. five pierced six-pointed mullets 
of the first. Grymelles or Grymes. 

Or on a cross patty gu. five mullets of the first. 
Owthred, CO. York. 

Or on a cross sa. five mullets arg. Sire Johan 
Rossel, N; or Rossell, Essex, temp. Edward 
I, V. Russell, Essex, 1716; and Pemsoy, 
Sussex. 



On 1 CBOSS cont. 
Uullets cont. 
Or on a cross moline sa. five mullets arg. 

RiCORD. 

Or on a cross sa. five mullets of the first. 

Bastoyle, Essex. 
Or on a cross engr. sa. five mullets of the first. 

Frodesham. 
Or on a cross vert five mullets arg. Sire Thomas 

(de, N) Chaucombe, N ; co. Wilts, temp. Ed- 
ward I, V. Chawcombe, CO. Wilts. The 

mullets of the first. Chamonby, co. Wilts. 
Quarterly arg. and gu. on a cross sa. five mullets 

or. Blethin Broadspeare ; Enderhie. 
Vert on a cross engr. arg. five mullets gu. 

Hawley, V*. 
Vert on a cross or five mullets sa. Barnard, 

Kent. 
Or on a cross sa. six mullets arg. Rossell, 

Essex. 
Pheons 
Arg. on a cross gu. five pheons of the first. 

Herrison, CO. Hertford. 
Or on a cross az. five pheons of the first. 

Harrison, Atcliff, co. Lancaster ; and Elking- 

ton, CO. Northampton ; granted 1616. 
Or on a cross gu. five pheons of the first. 

Harrison, co. Hertford, 1716. 

Boundle Bezant 

Arg. on a cross gu. a bezant. Benedictine Abbey 

of St. Mary at York ; Cotton MS. Tiberius D 

10. The bezant sometimes charged with a 

royal bust. 
Arg. on a cross moline sa. a bezant in chief. 

Upton, Northolme, co. Lincoln. 
Erm. on a cross patty sa. a bezant. Charles 

Moss, Bishop of St. David's 1766, Bath, etc. 

1774-1802. Mo8SE,Horton Regis, co. Bedford. 
Or on a cross patty flory gu. a bezant. Evett. 

And with a label of three points az. in chief of 

the cross. Evett, Hollow, co. Worcester. 
Or on a cross patonce gu. a bezant. Doughty, 

Hanworth, Norfolk. Dowty. 
Or on a cross az. a bezant betw. four fleurs-de-lis 

.... BiTRTON, Bigbury, co. Devon, Harl. MS, 

1538 fo. 6 6. 

Boondles Bezants 

Or on a cross flory az. three bezants. Whitgift, 

CO. Worcester. 

....Plates 
Arg. on a cross sa. three plates. St. Aubin, F*. 

.... Bezants 
Arg. on a cross flory sa. four bezants. John 

Whitgift, Bishop of Worcester 1577, Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury 1583-1604; quarterly 

with or on a cross flory az. four bezants, Harl. 

MS. 5863 fo. 100 b ; granted 1580. 
....Hurts 
Gu. on a quarter-pierced cross or four hurts. 

Waqet, V*. Wagett, V. 
.... Ogn^esses 
Gu. on a cross botonny or four ogresses. 

Humphry, Essex. 
Per saltire sa. and arg. on a cross potent of the 

second four ogresses. Almonde, Harl. MS. 

1465 fo. 44 6. 

Torteaux 

Sa. on a cross patty throughout arg. four torteaux. 

Cobbold. 
Boundles 
Per bend or and sa. on a cross potent five roundles 

counterchanged. Almonde, Harl. MS. 1465 

fo. 44 b. 



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AN ORDINAET OF 



On 1 CROSS cont. 

Boondles cont. Bezants 

Arg. on a cross az. five bezants. Wagett, co. 
Devon, Harl. MS. 1538 fo. 19. 

Arg. on a cross gu. five bezants. Abew. 
Steetton. 

Arg. on a cross engr. gu. five bezants. Sinclair, 
Steventoun, Scotland. 

Arg. on a cross engr. per pale gu. and az. five 
bezants. Brooke, Calais. 

Arg. on a cross sa. five bezants. Androwas. 
Sr. Walter de Cornwall, N, Harl. MS. 01.37. 
CoRKWELL, AVilsdon, Middlesex; Harl. MS. 
1546 fo. 58. Jobn De la Lee, W. Seynt 
Aubyn, V. Stanton or Stayton. Stratton, 
Weston, V. Upton, Cornwall. Waltabyn or 
W^altobien. 

Arg. on a cross engr. sa. five bezants. Tamworth, 
CO. Lancaster. 

Arg. on a cross flory sa. five bezants. Cornwall, 
quartered by Doyley. Jobn Whitgift, Arch- 
bisbop of Canterbury 1588, quartering or on a 
cross flory (az. i/arL ilfS. 1441 fo. CI b) sa. 
five bezants, Harl. MS. 1507 fo. 136 h. 

Arg. on a cross patty sa. five bezants. Cornwall, 
Cornwall ; and co. Devon. 

Arg. on a cross patonce sa. five bezants. Sr. 
Laurence Cornwall, co. Lancaster, F. Sr. Wal- 
ter Cornwall, Cornwall, V. M, de Cornwayle, 
N, Harl. MS. 6137. St. Lawrence. 

Arg. on a cross wavy vert five bezants. Peverell, 
CO. Somerset. 

Erm. on a cross gu. five bezants. Abwe, V. 
Albam, Cornwall. Asbone. St. Albyn, quar- 
tered by Fulford. St. Aubyn, Clowance, Corn- 
wall; Baronetcy 1671. And with an annulet 
in the dexter chief. St. Aubyn, Cornwall, V. 
Or on a cross flory az. five bezants. Sratton, 
Sergree, co. Wilts. St. Aubin, Cornwall. 
Whitgift; granted 2 May 1577, Harl. MS. 
1441 fo. 61 b. Gilbert de Woltaubin, F. 
Or on a cross patty sa. five bezants. Laurence 

de CORNEWALLE, Y. 

Hurts 

Vert on a cross or five hurts. Eaising, co. York. 

Rasyn or Rasynge. 

. . . .Ogresses 
Gu. on a cross botonny arg. five ogresses. 

HuMFREr, Rottendon, Essex ; co. Gloucester ; 

and CO. Northampton. 
Sa. on a cross engr. or five ogresses. Fouller. 

Gravill, V. Grevill, V*. 
Vert on a cross. arg. five ogresses. Granville. 

Plates 

Arg. on a cross gu. five plates. Reilly, Ireland. 
Arg. on across sa. five plates. Hanett. Hannell. 

St. Aubyn, V. 
Arg. on a cross patty sa. five plates. Cornwall, 

Cornwall; and co. Devon. 
Arg. on a cross wavy vert five plates. Payn, V*. 

Payne, V. Peufrel, F*. Peverell, co. 

Somerset. Peverell, V. 
Or on a cross sa. five plates. Gilbert, V*. 

Giles, V*. Gyles. Gilbert de Sent Aubi', 

A ; but AuBERi, A, Harl. MS. 0137 ; but Sent 

Aubin, E. Gilbert, or Giles, do St. Aubyn, V. 
Or on a cross quarterly az. and gu. five plate's. 

Thomas Langton, Bishop of St. David's 1483, 

Salisbury 1485, Winchester 1493-1501. 
.... Torteaux 
Az. on a cross arg. five torteaux each charged 

with a mullet or. Lister, Essex; andFinchley, 

Middlesex. 



On 1 CBOSS cont. 

Eoundles cont. Torteaux cont. 

Gu. on a cross arg. five torteaux. Despard. 

Senescall, V*. William le Seneschal, E ; 

or Seneshall, V. Seneschall, Trenethic in 

Wendron, Cornwall : the heiress m. Hill. 

Gu. on a cross patonce or five torteaux. Latimer, 

CO. Dorset. 
Sa. billetty arg. on a cross patonce of the second 

five torteaux. Morris, Wanstead, Essex ; 

granted by Richard St. George. 
Vert on a cross arg. five torteaux. Greenefield. 

Sr. Thomas Greenfeld, co. Buckingham, V. 

Greenfield.F*. Greenville, F*. Grenville; 

Baron and Viscount Cobham 1718, Earl Temple 

1749, Earl Nugent 1776, Marquis of Buckingham 

1784, Duke of Buckingham andChandos 1822; 

quartering Leofric Earl of Mercia.with Temple, 

Nugent, Brydges, and Cbandos. Grenvili.e, 

Baron Grenville 1790-1834. Grenville, Baron 

Glastonbury 1760-1825. Grenville, Baron 

Nugent 1800-50. 
Vert on a cross arg.five torteaux each charged with 

a mullet or. Lister, New Windsor, co. Berks. 
Verton a cross or five torteaux. GRENViLLE,London. 

Ogresses 

Gu. on a cross flory or seven ogresses. Latimer, 

as quartered by Lempriere of Rozel. 
.... Bezants 
Arg. on a cross sa. nine bezants. Strayton. 
Arg. on a cross patonce sa. nine bezants. 

Cornwall, Harl. 3IS. 1407. 
Erm. on a cross gu. nine bezants. St. Alban. 
Az. on a quarter-pierced cross az. twenty bezants 

by fives in saltire. Acootes or Acotes. 
Or on a quarter-pierced cross az. twenty bezants 

by fives in saltire. Acottes, V. 
Or on a cross engr. sa. twenty-two bezants. 

Basker, F. 
Arg. on a cross sa. bezants. Sire Wauter de 

Cornewaille, N. 
Arg. on a cross patty sa. bezants. Sire Laurence 

de Cornewaylle, N. 
Or on a pierced cross az. bezants. Acotts. 
Or on a cross gu. bezants. Baskeb. 

.. . .Ogresses 
Gu. on a cross botonny arg. ogresses. Umphrey, 

Kingsdown, Kent. 
Staff 
Arg. on a cross patty gu. a crosier enfiling a 

mitre or. Bishopric of Cork and Ross. 
Arg. on a cross voided az. a crosier enfiling a 

mitre or. Bishopric of Kilmore and Ardagh, 

Harl. MS. 4040. 
Arg. on a cross sa. a crosier enfiling a mitre with- 
out labels or. Bishopric of Kilmore. 
Snn 
Arg. on a cross sa. a sun or surrounded by a 

cloud az. radiated alternately plain and wavy 

gold charged with a ducal coronet of the fourth. 

Robert Wakeman, D.D. Beerferris, co. Devon; 

granted 1C16 ; Harl. MS. 6095 fo. 37. 
Tails 
Gu. on a cross engr. five ermine spots. Good. 
Sa. on a cross (dancelty or) indented arg. five 

ermine spots. Mootham, Harl. MS. 1045 fo. 39. 
Or on a cross gu. ermine spots arg. Deobody, 

Ireland. 
Tree 
Az. on a cross or an oaken slip vert. Brayne. ' 
Sa. on a cross or an oaken slip of three acorns 

vert. DoYNGELL, quartering Charnedon and 

Corington with Vagc, If art. MS. 1079 fo. 95. 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



G6I 



On 1 CBOSS and in chief.... 

Annalet 
Arg. on a cross gu. five lions ramp, or in the 
dexter chief an annulet .... Audin, 7*. 
Beast .... Lion 
Or on a cross gu. a crescent (a fleur-de-lis, 
Harl. MS. 009B) df the first in the dexter chief 
a lion ramp. sa. armed and langued as the se- 
cond. De Bdbgh, Baron of Dunkellin and 
Earl of Clanricarde 1543, Viscount Burke of 
Clanmorris ; Baron Somerhill and Viscount 
Tonbridge 1624, Earl of St. Alban's 1028, 
Marquis of Clanricarde 1644 and 1785-97 and 
1825, Baron Somerhill 1826 ; quartering arg. 
an unicorn ramp, in a tressure flory counter- 

. flory gu. 

Arg. on a cross az. five fleurs-de-lis or in the 
dexter chief a lion ramp. gu. Hiscocks. 
Hitchcock, Preshute, co, Wilts. 

Arg. on a cross sa. a leopard's face pierced by 
two pheons in pale or in the dexter chief a 
lion ramp. gu. holding a pheon point downward 
as the second. Bkydoes ; Baronetcy 1815. 

Or on a cross sa. a sun of the first in the dexter 
chief a lion ramp, as the second. Welles, 
CO. Cambridge ; granted 1614 ; and Woodspeen, 
Newbury, co, Berks. 
Bird Crow 

Or on a cross engr. gu. another plain sa. in the 
dexter chief aCornish chough ppr, Missenden, 
V. Mussenden, V*. 
....Eagle 

Arg. on a cross gu. five lozenges vair in the dex- 
ter chief an eagle displ. sa. Bardvill, Jfarl. 
MS. 1546 fo. 57. 
Bend 

.... on a cross .... five mullets ... in the 
dexter chief a bendlet .... John Abadam, 
Lord of Burrstow, Harl. MS. 6111 fo. lUl b. 
Canton 

Arg. on a cross sa. a 3-foil slipped of the first a 
canton ermines. Hollinoshed, co. Staflford. 

Arg. on a cross sa. a mullet or a canton erm. 
Holinshed. 
on a Canton ( Beast ) Lion 

Arg. on a cross sa. a leopard's face of the first a 

. canton or charged with a lion ramp. gu. 
Bkidges, Edinburgh. 

Or on a cross gu. five mullets arg. a canton of the 
second charged with a lion pass, as the first. 
BuKEOWES or Burrows. The mullets pierced. 
BoRowEs or BoRROWES, Giltown, co. Kildare ; 
Baronetcy 1646. 
Chief 

Or on a cross gu. a crescent of the first a chief 
vert. Vex, Suffolk. 

Az. on a cross patty arg. another or a chief of 
the second. Motherwell, Scotland. 

Or on a cross az. five pheons of the first a chief 
as the second. Harrison. 
on a Chief (Beast) Ooat 

Or on a cross sa. five bull's heads arg. on a chief 
gu. a goat of the third. Boymen. 
Horse 

Arg. on a cross moline az. a two-handed sword 
in pale ppr. hilted and pomelled or a chief gu. 
charged with a horse pass, of the first. Deans, 
Loeg, Scotland. 

....Lion 

Arg. on a cross az. a passion cross or a chief gu. 
charged with a lion pass, guard, holding in the 

, dexter paw a crosier erect of the third. William 
Piercy Austin, Bishop of Guiana, 1842. 



On 1 CBOSS and in chief.... cont. 

on a Chief cont. (Beast) Lion 

Or on a cross gu. a text R (another, a text X) of 

the first (another, or) a chief as the second 

charged with a lion pass, guard, (like the first, 

another) like the second. City of Rochester. 

.... Birds 

Gu. on a cross moline arg. a crescent for difl". 
.... a chief or charged with three birds volant 
recursant az. John Thacher, Essex, F. 
Thatcher, F*. 

.... Cross 

Arg. on a cross sa. a buck's head couped betw. 
four martlets of the first a chief az. charged 
with a cross patonce or enclosed by two roses 
as the last barbed and seeded ppr. John 
Vesey aliter Harman, Bishop of Exeter 1519- 
21 and 1553-4. 

.. ..Escallops 

Gu. on a cross arg. five mullets of the first a chief 
as the second charged with three escallops 
like the field. Ghrimes. 
.... Fleur-de-lis 

Az. on a cross patonce arg. five martlets sa. a 
chief or charged with a fleur-de-lis betw. two 
annulets giu Wollcote, Exeter. 

Az. on a cross flory arg. five martlets sa. a chief 
or charged with a fleur-de-lis betw. two annulets 
purp. WooLCOT, Morston, CO. Devon. 

Az. on a cross flory or five martlets sa. a chief of 
the second charged with a fleur-de-lis betw. 
two annulets gu. Taylor, Mythe House, 
Tewkesbury, co. Gloucester. 

Per pale az. and gu. on a cross flory arg. five 
martlets sa. a chief or charged with a fleur-de- 
lis betw. two annulets purp. Wolcott, Wol- 
cott, Chagford, Sidbury etc. co. Devon; a 
heiress m. Yeatman. 

Per pale az. and gu. on a cross patonce arg. five 
martlets sa. a chief or charged with a fleur-de- 
lis betw. two annulets of the second. Walcot 
or Walcott, CO. Oxford. Walcot, F. Wolcott, 
F. 

Per pale az. and gu. on a cross patonce or five 
martlets sa. a chief of the second charged with 
a fleur-de-lis betw. two annulets of the first. 
Walcot, F*. 

Gu. on a cross flory arg. five martlets sa. a chief 
or charged with a fleur-de-lis betw. two crosses 
patty of the first. Woolcot. 

Or on a cross patonce az. five martlets of the 
first a chief as the second charged with a fleur- 
de-lis like the first betw. two bezants each 
charged with an escallop sa. John Eston, 
Southwark, F. 

Or on a cross patty az. five martlets arg. a chief 
of the second charged with a fleur-de-lis as 
the first betw. two plates charged with a billet 

az. ESTEN. 

.. ..(Flower) Rose 

Sa. on a cross engr. arg. a lion pass. gu. betw. 
four leopard's faces az. a chief or charged with 
a rose of the third seeded as the fifth barbed 
vert enclosed by two Cornish choughs ppr. 
Christ Church College, Oxford, as founded 
by Thomas Wolsey, Bishop of Lincoln 1514, 
Bath etc. 1518, Durham 1523, Winchester 
1529-30, Archbishop of York 1514-30, 

Sa. on a cross engr. arg. a lion pass, guard, gu. 
crowned or betw. four leopard's faces az. a 
chief of the second charged with a rose as the 
third enclosed by two Cornish choughs ppr. 
WooLSEY, Sufi'olk. 



662 



AN ORDINARY OF 



On 1 CBOSS and in chief cont. 

on a Chief cont. (Flowers) Boses 

Az. on a quarter-pierced cross or four chev. 
gu. a chief arg. charged with a red rose radiated 
gold within a wreath of oak ppr. Whitgreaye, 
Whitgreave, Burton, and Moseley Court, co. 
Stafford; quartering Clifford. 

Arg. on a cross flory sa. five mullets or a chief 
az. charged with three roses of the third. Eo- 
bert BiCKEESTETH, Bishop of Ripon 1856. 
BiCKEESTETH, Baron Langdale 1830-51. 
5-Foil 

.... on a cross engr five 5-foils .... a 

chief .... charged with a 5-foil betw. two birds 
.... Thomas Woi.sey (? error in print of 
Whitehall ruins by Stukeley 1718). 
.... Heads 

Arg. on a cross raguly gu. (another, sa.) five 
crescents or a chief az. (another, sa.) charged 
with three leopard's faces gold. Laueence or 
Lawrence, London, Add. MS. 5533 fo. 113 b 
and 131 b. 

Horn 

Sa. on a cross arg. five fleurs-de-lis gu. a chief of 
the second charged with threo buglehorns of 
the first stringed of the third. Lanhorne, 
London. 

.. ..Instrument 

Arg. on a cross engr. sa. a compass dial betw. 
four pheons or a chief gu. charged with a level 
staff enclosed by two double coal-picks of the 
third. FLETCHEE,Steynesby, CO. Derby ; granted 
1731. 

.. ..Legs 

Per pale arg. and sa. on a cross gu. five fusils or 
a chief az. charged with three eagle's legs erased 
at the thigh arg. Mundy, co. Buckingham. 

Sa. on a cross arg. four lozenges purp. a chief or 
charged with three eagle's legs erased az. 
MUNDAY, F*. 

Gu. on a cross engr. arg. five lozenges az. a chief 
or charged with three eagle's legs erased at the 
thigh sa. MuNDAY, Rialton, Cornwall. 

Gu. on a cross engr. or five lozenges sa. a chief 
as the second charged with three eagle's legs 
erased at the thigh of the second a canton erm. 
charged with an anchor az. Munden. 

Per pale gu. and sa. on a cross engr. arg. five 
lozenges az.a chief or charged with three eagle's 
legs erased at the thigh of the fourth. Mundy, 
Markeaton, and Shipley Hall, co. Derby; quar- 
tering Miller, with erm. on a chief indented 
gu. three ducal coronets or, and Meynell. 

Per pale gu. and sa. on a cross engr. arg. five 
lozenges az. a chief or charged with three 
eagle's legs erased at the thigh of the second 
on a canton erm. an anchor .... Munden, 
Chelsea, Middlesex ; granted 1680. 

Per pale gu. and sa. on a cross arg. five lozenges 
purp. a chief or charged with three eagle's legs 
erased at the thigh az. Sir John Mundy, Lord 
Mayor of London, F. But the cross engr. 
Mundy, Chekenden, co. Oxford, Lord Mayor of 
London 1522-3 ; descended from Mundy, Mark- 
eaton, CO. Derby. Mundy, Burton Hall, co. 
Leicester. 

Sn. on a cross engr. arg. five lozenges purp. a 
chief of the second charged with three eagle's 
legs erased at the thigh az. Mundy, London. 
.... (Monster) Dragon 

Sa. on a cross engr. arg. five ogresses a chief 
chequy or and az. charged with a dragon pass. 
of the third. Grevile, co. Wtjrwick. 



On 1 CBOSS and in chief cont. 

on a Chief cont. (Monster) Griffin 

Sa. on a cross engr. or five ogresses a chief 
chequy of the second and az. charged with a 
griflin pass. erm. Grevile, co. Warwick. And 
with a mullet (of the second, Grevill, F*.) 
in the dexter chief for diff. .... Sr. Gyles 
Grevill, V. 

.. ..Portcullis 

Arg. on a cross gu. a lion pass, guard, or a chief 
az. charged with a portcullis of the third en- 
closed by two ostrich feathers as the first. 
Artillery Company, London. 

(Boundle) Plate 

Or on a cross patonce az. five martlets of the 
first a chief as the second charged with a plate. 
EsTONNE, Surrey. 

(Bonndles) Bezants 

Arg. on a cross az. five crescents of the first a 
chief as the second charged with three bezants. 
Gryme. 

Arg. on a cross gu. five crescents of the first a 
chief az. charged with three bezants. Barnaby. 

Arg. on a cross engr. gu. five crescents of the 
first a chief az. charged with three bezants. 
Greene, co. York, V. The crescents or. 
Geeen, Stanleche, co. Wilts ; and co. York. 
Suns 

Arg. on a cross patonce another of the first a 
chief vert charged with three suns or. James 
PiLKiNGTON, Bishop of Durham 1561-76, 
Lansd. MS. 255 ; granted 1560, HarJ. MS. 1507 
fo. 17 b. 

Sword 

Erm. on a cross az. a woolpack arg. betw. four 
lions pass, erminois a chief gu. charged with 
a sword ppr. pomeled and hilted or surmounted 
by a key in saltire gold. York, Wighill Park, 
CO. York. 
Cross 

Arg. on a cross engr. sa. a mitre or in the dexter 
chief a cross patty fitchy gu. Richard de 
Maeisco, Bishop of Durham 1217-26. 
Cap 

Gu. on a cross arg. four (? wolf's) beads erased 
sa. in the dexter chief a covered cup as the 
second. Baylie alias Goodman, Harl. MS, 
1603. 

Flenr-de-lis 

Arg. on a cross vert a mitre or in the first quarter 
a fleur-de-lis gu. John de Sandale, Bishop of 
Winchester 1316-9. 
Hand 

Sa. on a pierced cross arg. four eagles displ. of 
the first in the dexter chief an arm embowed 
issuing out of a ducal coronet or the hand 
grasping a trident . . . c Buller, Trenant 
Park, Cornwall. 
3-Foil 

Gu. on a cross patonce or an ogress in the dexter 
chief a 3-foil slipped of the second. Mannynge. 
Head 

Arg. on a cross sa. five crescents of the first 
in the dexter chief a spear's head gu. Mericks, 
Wales. 

Arg. on a cross sa. five crescents or in the dexter 
chief a spear's head erect az. Ellis. The 
head gu. Griffith ap Eudyr. The head sa. 
GwiLLiAM, Wales. 

Arg. on a cross sa. five escallops or in the dexter 
chief a spear's head az. Ellis, F* ; not in 
F; but quartered by Sir Rios ap Thomas, F, 
Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10. 



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On 1 CBOSS and in chief .... cont. 

Key 
Arg. on a cross gu. a bezant charged with a demi 

king in bis robes ppr. in the dexter chief a 

key in pale (of the second, sometimes) sa. 

Benedictine Priory of St. Maby de Mendham, 

CO. York, Cotton MS. Tiberius D lOfo. 864; 

but ascribed to the Abbey at Whalley, co. 

Salop, fo. 851. 
Mullet 
Gu. on a cross arg. fretty az. ia the dexter chief a 

mullet arg. Wyvill, V*. 
Gu. on a cross or fretty az. in the dexter chief a 

mullet arg. Taite. (? Tatte.) 
on a Quarter 
Erm. on a cross gu. a cross croslet fitchy or in 

the sinister chief a quarter arg. charged with 

two mullets az. Rind. 
Boundle .... Plate 
Az. on a cross patonce or fretty gu. in the dexter 

chief a plate charged with a mole sa. Molle. 

Tortean 

Arg. on a cross moline gu. a coronet or enclosed 

by a garter ppr. in the dexter chief a torteau. 

Dugdale; granted lt598. 
Arg. on a cross gu. an imperial crown or in the 

dexter chief a torteau. Nicholas, Hitchin, 

CO. Buckingham, quartering arg. a fess betw. 

three choughs sa. 

On 1 CBOSS betw. or within.... 

Annulets 

Az. on a cross betw. four annulets or fretty gu. 
Pawson. 
Axes 

Quarterly arg. and erra. on a cross raguly gu. 
betw. in the first and fourth quarters a fasces 
or enclosed by a wreath of oak leaves vert a 
pair of compasses in chev. gold. William 
Lawrence, Lord Mayor of London 1864. 
Bars 

Arg. on a cross patonce betw. two bars sa. five 
bezants. Brereton, co. Stafi'ord ; and co. 
Chester. 

Beast .... Lion 

Quarterly gu. and az. on a cross arg. betw. in the 
dexter chief a lion pass, guard, in the sinister 
a fleur-de-lis in the dexter base a rose and in 
the sinister a portcullis without chains or 
another cross as the first. Society of Tradesmen 
AND Artificers. 

Beasts .... Leopards 

Arg. on a cross sa. betw. in dexter chief and 
sinister base a leopard pass, guard, ppr. five 
fleurs-de-lis of the first. Neave, London ; 
granted 1763. 

.. ..Tortoises 

Arg. on a cross az. betw. in dexter chief and 
sinister base a tortoise gradient vert five fleurs- 
de-lis of the first. Le Neve, London. 
.... Lions 

Sa. on a cross betw. four lions ramp. ai"g. five 
eagles diapl. of the first. Peterson. 

Arg. on a cross engr. betw. four lions pass, guard, 
gu. five martlets or. Grtjndie, Turgarton, co. 
Nottingham. Grundy, The Oaks, co. Lei- 
cester. 

Gu. on a cross erm. betw. four lions pass, guard, 
or a bible lying fess wise of the first clasped 
and garnished as the third the clasps in base. 
University of Cambrtdqe. 

Az. on a pierced cross or betw. four lions, ramp, 
arg. a ducal crown of the second. Nilson. 



On 1 CBOSS betw. or within.... cont. 
Beasts cont. Lions cent. 

Arg. on a cross betw. four lions pass. gu. another 
cross throughout of the first. Gouldino, 
North Newherbar, Kent; confirmed 1772. The 
lions pass, guard. Gouldinqe, Harl. MS. 5802 
fo. 7. 

Arg. on a cross betw. four lions ramp. sa. another 
cross of the first charged with five estoiles as 
the second. Biixingsley, co. Salop. 

Az. on a cross betw. four lions ramp, or another 
cross throughout of the first. Atkinson, co. 
Somerset. 

Quarterly or and arg. on a cross humetty gu. 
betw. four lions ramp. sa. five escallops of the 
second. Massingberd, V. 

Quarterly or and sa. on a cross betw. four lions 
ramp, counterchanged five escallops arg. 
Massyngberd. 

.... on a cross betw. in the dexter chief and 
sinister base a lion pass, guard, but in sinister 
chief and dexter base a lion ramp, all looking 
to the sinister side .... five fleurs-de-lis .... 
John deHASTiNG,seaZ \^Gl,Vetuatamonumenta, 
i, pi. 29 ; Archceologia, xvi, 205. 

Arg. on a cross engr. betw. four lions ramp. gu. 
as many bezants. Rhodes, Knaresborough, 
CO. York. 

Arg. on a cross engr. betw. four lions ramp. gu. 
five bezants. Rhodes or Rodes, Skyrkett, 
and New Halifax, co. York; granted 1585. 

Erm. on a cross engr. gu. betw. four lions ramp, 
a spear in pale ppr. betw. four bezants. 
Roydes, Rochdale; confirmed 1828. 

Or on a cross betw. four lions ramp. sa. a sun of 
the first. Welles, co. Cambridge. 
.... Sheep 

Arg. on a cross engr. betw. four rams sa. as many 
bezants. Wescombe, co. Lincoln. 
Billets 

Sa. on a cross patonce betw. twelve billets arg. 
five torteaux. Morris, Wanstead, Essex. 

Gu. on a cross betw. billets arg. a pierced estoile 
of the first. Tatesham or Totesham, Kent, V. 

Gu. on a cross betw. billets arg. a mullet for 
difT. sa. Totesham, Kent. 
Bird 

Sa. on a cross or betw. in the dexter chief a Cor- 
nish chough arg. beaked and legged gu. in the 
sinister chief a text T and in base crescents of 
the third a rose in chief .... Rashleigh, 
Menabilly, Cornwall. 
Birds 

Arg. on a cross sa. betw. in dexter chief and 
sinister base a bird volant of the second mem- 
bered gu. but in sinister chief and dexter base 
a lion pass, guard, as the cross armed or a 
paschal lamb couchant like the first in glory 
holding a red banner. Pascall or Paschall, 
Much-Badowe, and Springfield, Essex ; granted 
1558. 

.... Martlets 

Arg. on a pierced cross gu. betw. in dexter chief 
and sinister base a martlet sa. four S-foils 
or. Hartley, Manchester, co. Lancaster; 
and Gilfoot, and Whitehaven, Cumberland, 
Hartley, Bucklebury House, co. Berks ; quar- 
tering Stevens, Wincbcombe, Howard, Brother- 
ton, Warren, and Mowbray. 
Birds 

Arg. on a cross gu. betw. four birds az. (sa., 
Harl. MS.) fretty (or, Harl. MS.) sa. Nicholas 
de Ore, A. 



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AN OEDINAEY OF 



On 1 CSOSS betw. or within. 



. cont. 



Birds cont. 
Az. on a cross or betw. four birds arg. gouttes de 
sang. Ilys, V, Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10. 
The birds beaked and legged gu. Illes, F. 
Arg. on a cross az. betw. four birds sa. five nails 
or. Alfounder, Kirkby, and Dedham, Essex. 
.... Bastards 
Arg. on a cross engr. sa. betw. four sea aylets 
within a bordure compony az. and purp. five 
bezants. Aylemer. 
.... Crows 
Arg. on a cross flory az. betw. four Cornish 
choughs ppr. a lion pass, guard, or. Sir Tho- 
mas Ofley, Lord Mayor of London 15C0, 
Earl. MSS. 1049 and 1349. 
Arg. on a cross patty flory az. betw. four Cornish 
choughs ppr. a lion pass. or. Offley, Lord 
Mayor of London 1566. The lion pass, guard. 
Offley, Madeley, co. Stafford. 
Arg. on a cross flory sa. betw. four Cornish 
choughs (another, crows) ppr. a lion pass, 
guard, or. Offley, co. Gloucester. 
Or ou a cross gu. betw. four Cornish choughs 
ppr. five blocks of tin marked with the letter W. 
Kn&pman, CO. Devon. 
Arg. on a cross betw. four rooks sa. another cross 

of the first. Eookes. 
Arg. on a cross sa. betw. four Cornish choughs 

ppr. five bezants. Ellnob, London. 
Arg. on a cross betw. four ravens sa. within a 
bordure compony az. and of the first five be- 
zants. Lawrence Aylmer, Lord Mayor of 
London 1507 ; Harl. MS. 1340. 
Arg. on a cross invecked betw. four ravens sa. 
five bezants. Welcome, Market Stanton, co. 
Lincoln; granted 1581. 
. ...Doves 
Arg. on a cross flory engr. sa. betw. four birds az. 
membered gu. with rings about their necks 
silver an escallop or. Pepsall ( error). Pexall. 
Pexsall, CO. Hants, Harl. MS. 1544 fo. 25 
and 114. 
Arg. on a cross patonce engr. sa. betw. four birds 
(? doves) close az. an escallop or. Pexall, 
Earl. MS. 1404 fo. 145. 
Or on a cross (fitchy, V*.) flory engr. sa. betw. 
four birds az. (collared arg., F*.) an escallop 
of the first. Pexall, F*. Pexsall, V. 
Az. on a cross or betw. four doves arg. gouttes de 

sang. Illes Ili.ey or Ilys. 
Arg. on a cross engr. betw. four doves sa. five 
bezants. Welcome, Earl. MS. 6829 fo. 51 . 
.... Eagles 
Sa. on a cross engr. betw. four eagles displ. arg. 
five lions pass, (afterwards guard. (1716) of the 
first. William Lord Paget of Beaudesert, co. 
Stafi'ord (1552), F; Baron Burton 1712, Earl 
of Uxbridge 1714-69; Baronetcy 1730; Earl 
of Uxbridge 1784, Marquis of Anglesey 1815. 
Pagett, F*. 
Arg. on a cross betw. four eagles displ. another 

cross humetty sa. Abbott, F*. 
Az. on a cross arg. betw. four eagles displ. or a 

cross patty sa. Fenner. 
Gu. on a cross betw. four eagles or a cross patty 

of the first. Fenne. 
Sa. on a cross betw. four eagles displ. or another 
cross throughout of the first. Aedot, Hart- 
land, CO. Devon. Abbott, W. 
Vert on a cross betw. four eagles displ. arg. a 
cross patty gu. Sr. Robert Fenner, Middle- 
sex; F: and Sussex. Venner, F. 



On 1 CBOSS betw. or within .... con^ 
Birds cont. Eagles cont. 
Per bend sa. and or on a cross patty throughout 
betw. four eagles displ. as many crosses croslet 
counterchanged. Dixon, Unthank Hall, Nor- 
thumberland ; quartering Brown. 
Arg. on a cross engr. betw. four eagles displ. gu. 
a fleur-de-lis enclosed by as many 5-foils or. 
Smachey, F*. Strachey, Essex ; granted by 
Cooke, W. Strachey, Sutton Court, co. So- 
merset; Baronetcy 1801. 
Erm. on a cross engr. betw. four eagles displ. gu. 
five 5-foils or. Stracey, Rackheath Hall, 
Norfolk ; Baronetcy 1818. Stracey, Kirby 
Bedon, Norfolk. 
Or a cross gu. betw. four eagles displ. az. each 
charged on the breast with a bezant fretty of 
the first. Mawbey, Keonington, Surrey ; 
granted 1757. Mawbey, Botleyes, and Vaux- 
hall, Surrey; Baronetcy 1765-1817. 
.... Falcons 
Az. on a cross quarterly erm. and or betw. four 
falcons close arg. belled of the third a fret en- 
closed by so many lozenges as the first. White, 
Southwike, co. Hants. The lozenges and fret 
gu. John White, F. 

.. ..Magpies 
Az. on a cross arg. betw. four magpies or five 
torteaux each charged with an estoile of the 
third. Richard Litster, Attorney- General; 
F. 

....Martlets 
Or on a cross betw. four martlets gu. an annulet 
for difl". arg. Sr. John de Traley, co. Bedford, 
F. Traly, F*. 
Gu. on a cross erm. betw. four martlets arg. a 
book of the first garnished or. Regius 
Professor of Divinity, Cambridge. 
Sa. on a cross erm. betw. four martlets or another 

cross of the first. Chambers, co. Wilts. 
Sa. on a cross betw. four martlets or another cross 

of the first. Rokis or Rooke. 
Az. on cross betw. four martlets arg. gouttes de 

sang. Illay or Illis. 
Arg. on a cross betw, four martlets gu. five be- 
zants. Anstey or Anstie. 
Arg. on a cross engr. betw. four martlets sa. 
within a bordure compony gu. and or five be- 
zants. White. 
Or on a cross engr. betw. four martlets sa. 
within a bordure compony purp. and arg. five 
bezants. Aylmer, London. 
.... Peafowl 
Arg. on a cross gu. betw. four peacocks az. a 
crescent for difl". Smyth, Essex ; quartering Ne- 
vill; afterwards Nevill, IfarL MS. 2011 fo. 109. 
.... Pelicans 
Az. on a cross or betw. four pelicans vulning 
themselves .... gouttes de sang. Adam 
LoFTUS, Archbishop of Armagh 1567, Dublin 
1567-1605; granted 1567; from whom de- 
scended LoFTUs, Baron Rathfaruham and Vib- 
count Lisburn 1685-91; and Loftus, Baronies 
1751 and 1785, Viscount 1756, Earl of Ely 
1761 and 1766. 

.... Popinjays 
Arg. on a cross flory engr. sa. betw. four popinjays 
az. beaked and legged gu. collared silver an 
escallop or. Pepsall, {in error for) Pexsall, 
CO. Hants. 

.... Eagles 
Or on a cross gu. betw. t\?elve eagles displ. vert 
five escallops arg. Lanall or Lavell. 



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On 1 CBOSS betw. or within .... cont. 
Bordare 
Arg. on a cross patonce (gu. V*.) purp. within a 
bordure sa. charged with .S-foils slipped of the 
first another cross patonce of the first. 
Malton, F. 
Arg. on a cross patonce pnrp. within a bordare 
pa. another cross patonce of the first. Malton, 
Harl. MS. 1465 fo. 64 b. 

Arg. on a cross engr. sa. within a bordure com- 
pony of the second and first another cross 
throughout invected silver. SiNCLAiR.Brimmes, 
Scotland ; Nisbet, i, 124. 

Arg. on a cross flory sa. within a bordure of the 
second charged with 3-foils of the first another 
cross purp. Malton : Edmondson. 

Arg. on a cross patriarchal within a bordure or 
another cross patriarchal sa. Clueiac Priory 
at Bromholm, Norfolk; Cotton MS. Tiberius 
D 10 fo. 858. 

Arg. on a cross gu. within a bordure vert five 
escallops of the first. David Preston, Blake- 
more, V. Preston, Arton in Craven, as quar- 
tered by Marton, Harl. MS. 1487 fo. 13U. 

Arg. on a cross gu. within a bordure vert five 
escallops or. Preston. 

Az. on a cross arg. within a bordure or five es- 
callops gu. De Renzy, Carnew, Ireland. 

Gu. on a cross patonce or within a bordure arg. 
five escallops sa. Latimer, co. Devon. 

Gu. on a cross engr. arg. within a burdure wavy 
of the second an escucheon in the chief point 
sa. semy of estoiles and an arm in armour em- 
bowed with a pennon arg. held in the hand 
ppr. Thomas Leoh. Lyme, co. Chester. The \ 
bordure wavy or. William Legh. The bor- j 
dure erra. Peter Legh. The bordure arg. 
charged with four roses gu. Maria Legh. But \ 
four 3-foils. Margaret Legh. But four 4-foils. | 
Emma Legh. But four 5-toils. Mary Legh. 

Arg. on a cross engr. within a bordure engr. sa. a 
fleur-de-lis or. Holcboft, Balkerton,co. Not- ; 
tingham. 

Arg. on a cross within a bordure az. four fleurs- '\ 
de-lis of the first. Joyner, Norroy King of 
Arras, temp. Henry VIII. 

Or on a plain cross within a bordure engr. az. 
four fleurs-de-lis of the first. John Jennor, V. 

Arg. on a cross within a bordure engr. az. five 
fleurs-de-lis of the first. Innek or Junoe. 
Joyner. 

Arg. on a plain cross within a bordure engr. az. 
five fleurs-de-lis or. Robert Abras alias 
HicHC0KE,Cover6feld, CO. Buckingham; granted 
by Dalton, W. 

Or on a cross engr. within a bordure az. five 
fleurs-de-lis arg. (another, a label of five points 
gu.). Joyner. 

Arg. on a cross patonce gu. within a bordure 
engr. sa. five roses of the first. Morgan, V. 

Or on a cross engr. within a bordure engr. sa. 
five .5-foils of the first. Edmonds, co. Cam- 
bridge. 

Sa. on a cross within a bordure engr. or a pierced 
mullet of the first. Grevile. 

Gu. on a cross arg. within a bordure or semy of 
hurts five mullets sa. Randall, London. 

Arg. on a cross engr. gu. within a bordure com- 
pony of the second and or five bezants. 
Sinclair, Stircock, Scotland {in error). 

Arg. on a cross sa. within a bordure engr. or five 
bezants. Grevill. Ghewille, Cotton MS. 
Tiberius D 10. The bordure sa. Greviij., F. 



. cont. 



five 



four towers arg, 
Waterhouse, F. 
four castles arg. 

Waterhouse, quar- 
Hertford. 



five 



On 1 CBOSS betw. or within. 
Bordure cont. 
Sa. on a cross engr. within a bordure engr. arg. 

five ogresses. Grevile. 
Sa. on a cross within a bordure engr. or five 
ogresses. Gerell. Grevile, co. Warwick. 
Greyville, Collinson, Somerset, ii, 90. The 
cross engr. Grandvell. Greville, Baron 
Brooke 1020, Earl Brooke 1746, Earl of War- 
wick 1750; quartering Wilioughby and Beau- 
champ. And the bordure semy of ogresses. 
GREvnx, CO. Gloucester. 
Sa. on a cross engr. within a bordure engr. or 
nine ogresses. Grevile. The bordure of the 
first. Grevill, F*. 
Caltraps 
Vert on a cross engr. or betw. in dexter chief and 
sinister base a caltrap but in sinister chief and 
dexter base a lion ramp. arg. five fleurs-de-lis 
sa. Dekewer, Hackney, Middlesex ; granted 
1742. 
Cards 
Gu. on a cross arg. betw. in chief the aces of 
hearts and diamonds but in base the aces of 
clubs and spades ppr. a lion pass, guard, as the 
first. Company of Cabdmakers, London. 
Castles 
Sa. on a cross engr. betw. 
spearheads of the first. 
Sa. on a cross erm. betw. 
spearheads of the first. 
tered by Waterhouse, co. 
Chevrons 

Quarterly sa. and arg. on a cross gu. betw. in 
dexter chief and sinister base a chev. enclosed by 
three fleams silver but in sinister chief and 
dexter base a roseofthe third seeded gold barbed 
vert a lion pass, guard, or. Company of Barber- 
Surgeons, Exeter. 
Quarterly sa. with per pale arg. and vert on a 
cross gu. betw. in dexter chief and sinister 
base a chev. enclosed by three fleams silver but 
in sinister chief and dexter base a (spatula in 
pale az. surmounted by a) double rose red upon 
white crowned ppr. a lion pass, guard, or. 
Company of Barber-Chirurgeons, London. 
Coronets 
Gu. on a cross or betw. in dexter chief and sinis- 
ter base a crown but in sinister chief and 
dexter base a sword erect ppr. a text R (some- 
times a mitre) az. Benedictine Abbey at 
Battle, Sussex. 
Arg. on a cross gu. betw. in dexter chief and 
sinister base a crown or but in sinister chief 
and dexter base a sword erect az. hilted gold a 
mitre of the last. Benedictine Abbey at 
Battle, Sussex. 
. ... on a cross .... betw. four crowns .... a 
mitre .... Benedictine Abbey at Battle, 
Sussex; seal. 
Cotises 
Az. on a cross betw. cotises or another cross 
throughout of the first. Crevicoure, quar- 
tered by Conway, Harl. MS. 1100 fo. 14. 
Or on a cross betw. cotises gu. another cross 
throughout of the first. Crevesuer, Harl. MS. 
1407 fo. 6. 
Arg. on a cross betw. cotises fleur-de-lisy on the 
outside sa. enclosed by four pierced mullets 
az. five mullets or. Atkyns, London. 
Arg, on a cross within double cotises sa. and a 
bordure or another cross throughout of the 
first. Cluniac Priorv at Bromhoi.m, Norfolk. 

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On 1 CEOSS betw. or within cont. 



Crescents 

Arg. on a cross humetty sa. betw. four crescents 
gu. another cross humetty of the first. 
Tippets. 

Sa. on a cross betw. four crescents arg. another 
cross of the first. Small or Smalley, Padding- 
ton, Middlesex. 
Crosses 

Arg. on a ci-oss engr. sa. betw. in chief two crosses 
croslet fit(hy gu. an estoile or. Duddingston, 
Duddingston, Scotland. 

Arg. on a cross betw. four crosses croslet gu. 
another cross throughout of the first. Bylling, 
V*. Bylling, V. The crosses croslet fitchy. 
BiLLiNGE, Billinge, co. Lancaster. Thomas 
Bylling, V. The crosses botonny fitcby. Tho- 
mas Bylling, V, Cotton MS. Tiberias D 10. 

Arg. on a cross betw. four crosses croslet fitchy 
sa. a mascle or. Baldeeston, Scotland. 

Or on a cross engr. betw. four crescents gu. a 
mascle arg. Woddfrspoon. 

Az. on a cross engr. betw. four crosses croslet 
fitchyor a torteau. Phillips, Tredrea, Cornwall. 

Arg. on a cross betw. twelve crosses croslet fitchy 
gu. another cross throughout of the first. 
Billing, Ceding, co. Oxford. 

Az. on a cross betw. twenty crosses croslet or 
another cross throughout of the first over all a 
bend asthe second. Basing, .(4d(7.MS'.14307fo.8. 
Escallops 

Arg. on a cross betw. in chief two escallops 
gu. another escallop in chief of the first. 
Westmoreland. 

Arg. on a cross patonce betw. four escallops gu. 
another cross patonce of the first. Richard 
Sampson, Bishop of Chichester 1536, Lichfield 
etc. 1543-54; Add. MS. 12443. 

Sa. on a cross betw. four escallops arg. another 
cross throughout of the first. Fletcher, 
Harl.MS. 1407 fo. 10. 

Sa. on a cross flory betw. four escallops arg. a 
cross humetty az. Fletcher. 

Sa. on a cross flory betw. four escallops arg. an- 
other cross flory of the first. Fletcher, Swin- 
ford, CO. Leicester; and Coventry, co. Warwick. 

Sa. <<n a cross flory betw. four escallops arg. a 
cross humetty of the first. Fi.etcher, Harl. 
MS. 1045 fo. 36. 

Sa. on a cross patonce betw. four escallops arg. 
a cross humetty of the first. Fletcher, 
Kent, W; and Harl. MS. 4108 fo. 59. 

Arg. on a cross engr. gu. betw. four escallops sa. 
five bezants. Lampet, F; and Suffolk. 
Estoiles 

Az. on a cross humetty betw. three estoiles arg. a 
saltire humetty gu. Murray, Ochtertyre, co. 
Perth; Baronetcy 1673. And with a martlet 
in the dexter chief tor diff. or. Murray, Perth, 
Scotland. But a crescent surmounted of a 
mullet in the dexter chief point. Murray, 
Dullace, Scotland. 

Arg. on a cross betw. four estoiles sa. another 
cross throughout of the first. Staper, Lon- 
don ; Harl. MS. 1463 fo. 15. Stapers. 
Fess 

Quarterly gu. and az. on a cross erm. betw. in 
dexter chief and sinister base a fess dancetty 
arg. charged with a lion pass, of the first but 
in sinister chief and dexter base a cap of main- 
tenance or enclosed by three castles nrg^. a 
sheathed sword palewise ppr. Stamer, Dublin ; 
Baronetc^' ISOf). 



On 1 CBOSS betw. or witbin cont. 

Fish 
Quarterly vert and gu. on a cross arg. betw. in 
dexter chief and sinister base a dolphin naiant 
of the third enclosed by three crosses croslet 
or but in sinister chief and dexter base a lion 
pass, guard, as the last inter three slipped 
3-foils silver a ship in full sail ppr. cantoned 
with four anchors erect az. James, Dublin; 
Baronetcy 1823. 
Flenrs-de-lis 

Quarterly arg. and az. on a cross betw. in dexter 
chief and sinister base a fleur-de-lis but in 
sinister chief and dexter base a dolphin 
embowed five crescents counterchanged. 
Hangshawe, Yeoman of the Bottles, V. 
Henshaw, V*. Henshaw, Chester; granted 
1565. 

Sa. on a cross betw. in dexter chief and sinister 
base a fleur-de-lis but in sinister chief and dexter 

base an eagle's head erased three ogresses 

in fess. Banks, Leeds. 

Sa. on a cross or betw. four fleurs-de-lis arg. an 
annulet in the centre for diff. gu. Banks, 
Quixley, co. York, Harl. MS. 141 5 fo. 39. 

.... on a cross humetty betw. four fleurs-de-lis 

another fleur-de-lis of the first. Guild of 

the Fratei-nity of the Exaltation of the 
Cross, Lincoln. 

Az.on a cross humetty betw. four fleurs-de-lisoran- 
other betw. as many lion's heads erased of the 
first. Yeldham, Great Saling, Essex; granted 
1754. 

.... on a cross betw. four fleurs delis .... five 

fleurs-de-lis (Used by) John de Hastings, 

Vetusta Man. i, pi. 29 ; Archceologia, xxi, 205. 

Sa. on a cross betw. four fleursde-lis arg. five 
pheons az. Banks, Aylesford, Kent. 

Sa. on a cross betw. four fleurs-de-lis arg. five 
ogresses. Banke, V*. 

Sa. on a cross or betw. four fleurs-de-lis arg. five 
ogresses. Banks, London ; Baronetcy 1661-90. 

Quarterly az. and gu. on a cross wavy or betw. in 
dexter chief and sinister base three fleurs-de- 
lis gold but in sinister cliief and dexter base 
three rings of the last gemmed a mul- 
let enclosed by four crescents as the first. 
Montgomery, Stanhope, co. Peebles; Baro- 
netcy 1801. 
Flowers 

Quarterly vert and sa. on a cross gu. betw. in 
dexter chief and sinister base a white rose 
crowned ppr. but in sinister chief and dexter 
base a chev. enclosed by three fleams (or 
lancets) arg. a lion pass, guard, or. Company 
of Barber-Chirurgeons, London, after 1569: 
Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10 fo. 888. 

Arg. on a cross engr. betw. in dexter chief and 
sinister base a rose but in sinister chief and 
dexter base a griflin's head erased gu. five 
martlets or. Careell, London. The field or. 
Carlill, London. 

Or on a cross engr. betw. four roses gu. five mart- 
lets of the first. Carlife, London. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. on a cross betw. four half 
roses a daisy counterchanged stalked vert. 
George Day, Bishop of Chichester 1543-5, and 
1554 6, Harl. MS. 1 Ufl fo. 41 i. 

Arg. on a cross betw. four roses gu. five estoiles 
or. Neffort, F. 

Sa. on a cross betw. four roses arg. a mullet for 
diff. gu. Barnesly, co. Stafford ; and Surrey ; 
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On 1 CBOSS betw. or within.... cont. 

Flowers cont. 
Arg. on a cross engr. sa. betw, four roses gu. five 

bezants. Bellinoham. 
3-FoiI 
Arg. on a cross gu. betw. in cbief a 3-foil slipped 

vert and a portcullis az.flve fleurs-de-lis of the 

first. Jett, London. 
3-FoilB 
Gu. on a cross betw. four 3-foils slipped or fretty 

az. CoDDiNGTON, Oldbridge, co. Meath. 
Or on a cross sa. betw. four 3-foils vert five mul- 
lets arg. CouPLAND, London. The 3-foils 

slipped. Copland. 
6-Foils 
Arg. on a cross gu. betw. four 5-foil8 sa. another 

cross throughout of the first charged with five 

crosses croslet fitchy of the second. Tewtdall, 

Staines, Middlesex. 
Az. on a cross patonce arg. betw, four 5-foils or 

another cross patonce of the first. Melton, 

Chester; granted 1500, W. 
Vert on a cross betw. four 5-foils arg. a rose gu. 

James Bowstead, Bishop of Sodor, etc. 1838, 

Lichfield 1840-3. The rose of the first. 

BOUSTEAD. 

Arg. on a cross humetty betw. four 5-foils sa. an- 
other 5-foil of the first. Hodgkinson. 

Or on a cross humetty betw. four 5-foils vert an- 
other 5-foil of the first. Hodgkinson, London. 
Hodgkinson, Overton Hall, .\shover, co. Derby; 
quartered by Banks. 
Frets 

Arg. on a cross betw. four frets gu. a castle of the 
first. Brice. 

Arg. on a cross betw. four frets gu. a castle or. 
Bence, Aldeburgb, Benhall, and Thorington 
Hull, Suffolk ; quartered by Sparrow, 
Garbs 

Az, on a cross nebuly erra. betw, four sheaves of 
rye or a rose gu. barbed vert seeded gold. 
RxLAND, Bearley, and Sherborne, co. Warwick. 
Oouttes 

Gu. on a cross croslet arg. betw. four gouttes 
d'eau five annulets az. Harward, Hayne, co. 
Devon ; a heiress m. Blake. 

Arg. on a cross gu. betw. gouttes-de-poix five 
lions ramp. or. Everard. 
Heads (Beast) Lion 

Sa. on a quarter-pierced cross potent betw. in 
chief two lion's heads erased or within a bor- 
dure engr. erm. four gouttes-de-sang. Allan, 
Blackwell Grange, co. Durham, quartering 
Perabertou, Hindmarsh,Killinghall, Herdwjk, 
LarabtoD,and Dodsworth. The bordure ermi- 
nois. Allan, Newbottle House, and Durham. 
....Wolf 

Gu. on a cross raguly arg. betw, in dexter chief 
and sinister base a wolf's head erased erminois 
an arrow in pale pheon upwards sa. Hordern, 
Oxley Houst^, Dunstal Hall, and Wolverhamp- 
ton, CO. Stafford. 

(Human figure) 

Arg. on a cross sa. betw. in dexter chief and 
sinister base a Negro's head ppr. but in sinister 
chief and dexter base a mullet gu. a bee volant 
or. Moore, Liverpool. 
....(Spear) 

Arg. on a cross engr. quarterly gu. and az. betw. 
in dexter chief and sinister base a spear's head 
but in sinister chief and dexter base a stag's 
head cabossed sa. five bezants. Rauf Brook, 
Calais, V ; Brooke, V*. 



On 1 CBOSS betw. or within cont. 

Heads cont (Beast) Boar 
Gu. on a cross engr. betw. four boar's heads 
erased arg. three blackbirds in fess ppr. and 
two crosses patty fitched at the foot az. Meioh, 
Ash Hall, CO. Staftord ; granted 1840. 

Dog 

Sa. on a cross betw. four talbot's heads erased 
arg. five eagles of the first. Peterson. 
.... Horse 
Quarterly az. and gu. on a cross erm. betw. four 
nag's heads erased or a pierced 5-foil enclosed 
by as many crescents sa. Eli.is. 
.... Lion 
Sa. on a cross betw. four lion's heads erased arg. 
five eagles displ. of the first. Peterson, Scot- 
land ; and London. 
Sa. on a cross betw. four lion's heads erased arg. 
a crescent in chief for diff. March, co. Wor- 
cester, F. 
Sa. on a cross or betw. four lion's heads erased 
arg. as many crescents gu. March, Isle of 
Wight. 
Sa. on a cross betw. four lion's heads erased arg. 

fretty of the first. Marshe, Kent. 
Sa. on a cross betw. four lion's heads erased or 

fretty az. March, London. 
Gu. on a cross engr. arg. betw. four lion's heads 
erased or five hurts. Legh or Leigh. 

(Monster) Griffin 

Az. on a cross or betw. four grifiin'R heads erased 
arg. a (cross humetty,. another a) pierced 5-foil 
gu. Stephen Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester 
1531-50 and 1553-6. 

. . . , Unicorn 
Sa. on a cross or betw. four unicorn's heads era- 
sed arg. armed maned and tufted of the second 
a cross engr. gu. charged with a javelin erect 
gold headed as the third. Wright, Manchester. 
Az. on a cross engr. arg. betw. four unicorn's 
heads erased or five hurts. Sir Thomas Leigh, 
Lord Mayor of London (1558), W. 
Gu. on a cross engr. arg. betw. four unicorn's 
heads erased or five hurts each charged with 
an ermine spot silver. Sir Thomas Lee or 
Leigh, Lord Mayor of London 1558. 

(Spear) 

Arg. on a cross sa. betw. four spearheads az. five 
crescents or. Rice. 
Human figures 
Sa. on a cross engr. betw. four cherubim or a 
human heart of the first wounded on the left 
side ppr. crowned with thorns vert, Wilson. 
Instrument 
Quarterly per pale arg. and vert with sa. on a 
ci'oss betw. in dexter chief and sinister base a 
spatula of the first surmounted by a rose re- 
gally crowned or but in sinister chief and dex- 
ter base a chev. enclosed by tliree fieams (or 
lancets) silver a lion pass, guard, or. Company 
of BarberChirurqeons, London ; as altered 
1569; Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10 fo. 888. 
Keys 
Sa. on a cross betw. four keys erect or a fleur-de- 
lis .... Town of Calais ; impaling arg. five 
bars wavy sa. over all a lion ramp, or : Lansd. 
MS. 255 "fo. 15 b. 
Leaves 
Arg. on a cross flory gu. betw. four leaves vert 
a plain cross humetty of the first a crescent for 
diff. Toler, Baron Norwood 1797, Baron 
Norbury 1800, Viscount Glandine and Earl of 
( Norbury 18.27 ; quartering Graham. 



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On 1 CBOSS betw. or within.. ..con(. 
Leaves cont. 

Or on a cross sa. betw. four oak leaves vert five 
mullets of the first. Copland, Twickenham, 
Middlesex. 
Letters 

Gu. on a cross betw. four T's arg. a goat's head 
erased sa. attired or. Taylour, co. Wilts. 
Lozenges 

Per pale arg. and gu. on a cross moline betw. two 
lozenges in fess a lozenge betw. four mullets 
counterchanged. Ibgrave, co. Hertford. 

Arg. on a cross gu. betw. four lozenges vairy or 
and sa. each charged with a cross as the second 
five lozenges of the first. Feevile. 
Mitres 

.... on a passion cross arg. betw. two mitres 
.... as many nails .... Philip de Repinodon, 
Bishop of Lincoln 1405-19, Add. MS. 12443. 
Monsters 

Az. on a cross betw. a winged lion an eagle an 
angel and a winged ox or five lions ramp. gu. 
armed and langued az. Walter Reynolds, 
Bishop of Worcester 130U, Archbishop of Can- 
terbury 1314-27. 

....GrifSns 

Sa. on a cross betw. four griffins segreant or an- 
other cross throughout of the first charged 
with five billets as the second. RisBVE,Sufi'olk. 

Gu. on a cross flory betw. four demi-grifiins or 
five pierced 5-foils az. Watkins, co. Yoik. 
Watkyns, CO. Somerset. 
Mullets 

Gu. on a cross arg. betw. two mullets in chief or 
fretty az. Wyvill, V. 

Az. on a cross humelty betw. three mullets arg. 
within a bordure gu. a saltire of the last. 
Murray, Kineairuie. 

'Az. on a cross humetty betw. three mullets arg. 
within a double tressure flory counterflory or 
a saltire gu. a crescent for difi". Murray. 
• Arg. on a cross betw. four mullets az. a crescent 
of the first. Downfield. 

Arg. on a cross az. betw. four mullets gu. a cres- 
cent or. Bannatyne, Newhall. Bannatyne, 
as quartered by Elwes. 

Arg. on a cross betw. four pierced mullets 
gu. a crescent for diff. Richard Barber, V. 
Barthelmowe, V, Cotton MS. Flammyke, V. 

Arg. on a cross engr. betw. four pierced six- 
pointed mullets gu. a plain cross as the first. 
William Gornay, W. 

Sa. on a cross betw. four mullets or another cros^ 
throughout as the first. Spiller, Kingsey,co. 
Buckingham; covjirmed. by Camden. The 
mullets pierced. Spiller, co. Buckingham ; 
Laleham, Middlesex; and Sutton, Surrey. 

Arg. on a cross betw. four pierced mullets .... 
tieurs-de-lis or. Atkyns, co. Monmouth ; Sa- 
perton, co. Gloucester; and Totteridge, co. 
Hertford.- 

Az. on a mosh betw. four mullets or fretty of the 
first. lioLBROOKE, Newington, Kent. Winall. 
Wynnall, Harl. MS. 4108 fo. 19, and 5862 
fo. Oli. 

Gu. on a ci-oss arg. betw. four mullets or fretty 
az. Wyvell or Wyvill, co. York. 

Gu. on a cross arg. betw. four pierced six-pointed 
mullets or fretty az. Robert Wyville, Bishop 
of Salisbury 1330.75. Wyvlll, V. The fretty 
or. Wyvill, V*. 

Gu. on a cross betw. four mullets or fretty of the 
iirm. Wvnali,, Kent. 



On 1 CBOSS beiw. or within cont. 

Mallets cont. 

. . . . on a cross patty betw. four mullets .... a 
mullet. Ithel V>chan Ap Bleddyn Vychan, 
buried at Northope, Harl. MS. 1971 fu. 169. 

Gu. on a cross betw. four pierced mullets or a 
pheon of the first. Jones, Benada Abbey, co. 
Sligo. 

Arg. on a cross gu. betw. four pierced mullets sa. 
two pastoral staves in saltire surmounted by a 
mitre or. William (Abbot) of St. Caeilef, 
Bishop of Durham 1080-96. 

Arg. on a cross betw. four mullets az. a sword 
erect of the first hiked and pomelled or. 
Ballaktine, as quartered by Dykes. 
Ballentine, Crookdale. 
Fheons 

Az. on a cross betw. four pheons or five estoiles 
gu. Sr. Roger Jones, SherifiFof London 1605, 
IF; from co. Lancaster; granted 1604. But 
five mullets, his descendant Thomas Jones, 
Bishop of Meath J 584, Archbishop of Dublin 
1605; and his son Baron Jones of Navanl628, 
Viscount Ranelagh 1628, Earl 1(174-1711. 

Arg. on a cross raguly az. betw. four pheons gu. 
five bezants. Johnes, Harl. MS. 1465. Sir 
Henry Jones, W. Jones, Abermarles, co. Car- 
marthen ; Baronetcy 1643, extinct . . . . ; quar- 
tered by Coinwallis. 

Arg. on a cross raguly betw. four pheons gu. five 
bezants. Johnson. Jones, Cicester, co. 
Gloucester, V. 
Bonndles 

Gu. on a cross arg. betw. four bezants a 5-foil az. 
William To wneeaw, CO. Derby ;pran(edl562,TF. 

Arg. on a cross engr. gu. betw. four ogresses a 
label of five points az. flory or. Bodrchiee. 

Arg. on a cross engr. sa. betw. four torteaux a 
lion pass. or. Clayton, Lostock Hall, co. Lan- 
caster. 

Arg. on a cross sa. betw. four torteaux and a bor- 
dure of the second goutty d'or a leopard's face 
as the first. Anstell. 
Ships 

Quarterly az. and or on a cross enj/r. quarterly 
arg. and sa. betw. in dexter chief a ship at 
anchor sails furled oars erect in saltire with a 
double tressure flory couuterflory of the second 
in sinister chief and dexter base a lion ramp, 
gu. in sinister base a sliip undt- r sail gold a 
crescent silver. Sinclair, Stevenston, co. 
Hafldington ; and Murkle, co. Caithness ; Ba- 
ronetcy 1636. 
Suns 

Az. on a cross arg. betw. four suns or a cathedral 
church gu. Nicholson, Virginia; granted 
1693-4. 

Swords 

.... on a cross .... betw. four swords points 
downward with a bird statant on the pomel of 
each .... a lion pass. gu. O'Nolan. 

Gu. on a cross or betw. four swords erect arg. 
pomelled and hilted of the second a lion ramp, 
of the first enclosed by four Cornish choughs 
ppr. Noland Nowlan or Nowland, Ireland. 
Tails 

Quarterly arg. and az. on a cross erminois betw. 
in dexter chief and sinister base an ermine 
bjiot, five annulets gu. Osborne. 

Quarterly arg. and az. on a cross or betw. in dex- 
ter chief aud sinister base an ermine spot five 
annulets sa. Osborne, Harllip, Kent, Harl, 
MS. 4108 fo. 62, and 5802 fo. 02. 



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On 1 CBOSS betw. or within .... cont. 

Tails cont. 

Or on a cross az. betw. four erm. spots five estoiles 
arg. Bayms, London ; granted 1725. 

Arg. on a cross gu. betw. tour erm. spots five be- 
zants. St. Aubin. 

Or on a cross sa. betw. four ermine spots five be- 
zants. W'asey, Norfolk; and Westminster; 
granted 17ti9. Wasey, Prior's Court, co. 
Berks. 

On 1 CBOSS betw. or within .... 

and in chief.... 

Canton 

Sa. on a cross flory betw. four escallops arg. an- 
other cross humetty of the first a canton erm. 
Fletcher, Chichester, Sussex ; granted 1707. 

Or on a pierced cross az. betw. four masoles gu. 
as many crosses croslet fitchy arg. a canton of 
the second. Winchester, Maiden, Surrey ; 
granted .... 

on a Canton . . . Swords 

Or on a pierced cross az. betw. four roascles gu. 
as many crosses croslet fitchy arg. a canton of 
the second charged with two swords in saltire 
points upwards ppr. pomelled and hilted of 
the first encircled by a double chain gold. 
WiKCHESTER, Lord Mayor of London 1834; 
Hawkhurst, Kent; granted 1826. 
Wreath 

Sa. on a cross engr. erm. betw. four plates each 
bearing a pheon erect az. a sword in pale ppr. 
a canton or charged with a wreath of laurel 
vert. Fletcher, Carrow, co. Cork j Baronetcy 
1812. 
on a Chief Beast 

Arg. on a cross gu. (sa., V.) betw. four birds az. 
beaked and legged as the second a garb or 
within 80 many bezants a chief of the third 
charged with a lion pass, enclosed by two 
leopard's faces gold. Thomas Winter, co. 
York, W. 

....Beasts 

Az. on a cross engr. arg. betw. four garbs or an 
oak slip fructed betw. as many I'ed roses barbed 
and seeded ppr. a chief indented as the second 
charged with three lions ramp. gu. Skingley, 
Wakes Colne Hall, Essex. 
....Fish 

Gu. on a cross croslet fitchy arg. betw. four demi- 
lions or five ogresses a chief paly of four as 
the second and az. charged with a fish naiant 
counterchanged. Fecher, Hatfield, co. Hert- 
ford. 

Gu. on a cross botonny fitchy betw. four demi- 
lions ramp, or as many ogresses a chief paly 
of four az. and or charged with a fi^h naiant 
counterchanged. Richard Fisher, Bishop At- 
feld, CO. Hertford, V. 
.. ..Flower 

Sa. on a cross engr. arg. betw. four leopard's 
faces az. (? or) a lion pass, guard, gu. a chief 
of the second charged with a red rose enclosed 
by two birds as the first. Thomas Wolsey; 
Noble, Mint of Durham; {in error). 
Crescent 

Sa. on a cross engr. or within a bordure engr. of 
the first nine ogresses and a crescent in dexter 
chief for diS". Grbvill, V. 
Letter 

Az. on a cross arg. betw. four mitres labelled or 
a text R and in chief the letter 1 (auother S) 
sa. Dominican Priory at Canterbury. 



2 CBOSSES 

Arg. two crosses patty in fess sa. Honinoha.m, 

CO. York. 
Az. two crosses patty or. Rothersild. 
Az. two crosses tau or. Crynes. 
Per bend dancetty (or indented) az. and or two 

crosses nioline in saltire counterchanged. 

Smyth, Harl. MS. 1404 fo. 117. 
Per bend indented az. and or two pierced crosses 

moline counterchanged. Smith. 
Per bend indented or and az. two crosses moline 

counterchanged. Smith or Smyth, Annas, co. 

Lincoln. Smith, Little Houghton, co. North- 
ampton. 
Per saltire arg. and na. two crosses patty of the 

second. Plantaynb. Planteyn, V. Plantyne, 

V*. Weston, V. 
Quarterly az. and arg. two crosses moline of the 

last. Crosse, Westminster; granted 1701; 

Baronetcy 1713-62. 
Quarterly az. and arg. two crosses patonce sa. 

Crewe, Baron Crewe 1806 ; quartering arg. a 

cross patonce sa. ; with az. a lion ramp. arg. ; 

and quarterly arg. and purp. over all a bend 

gu. charged with three mullets arg. {in error). 
Quarterly gu. and arg. two crosses potent of the 

second. Crosse. The crosses or. Cross. 
Quarterly gu. and or two crosses botonny arg. 

Crosse, Liverpool. 
Quarterly gu. and or two crosses potent arg. 

Cross or Crosse. Cross, V*. Crosse, Wigan, 

Liverpool, and Chorley, co. Lancaster. 
Quarterly gu. and or two crosses potent of the 

last. Cross, Ireland. Crosse, Laverpool, co. 

Lancaster, V. 
Quarterly per pale indented or and gu. two crosses 

lozengy of the second. Alnot, Anneto, V. 

William Darmo, V. But masculy. Almot 

Alneot or Alnot. 
Quarterly sa. and or two crosses moline of the 

last. Upton, Faversham, Kent. 

2 CBOSSES and in chief. . . . 

on a Chief. . . .Annulet 

Erm. two crosses patty vairy arg. and gu. on a 
chief az. an annulet betw. two yew trees or a 
crescent for difif. Broadwood. 

Mallets 

Gu. two crosses croslet fitchy or on a chief arg. 
three mullets az. Rowan, Scotland. 

2 CBOSSES and in base.... 

Annolet 
Per chev. gu. and az. two crosses patty and in 
base an annulet or. Wotton. The crosses 
potent. Wotton, Norfolk, V. 
Fish 
Per fess arg. and vert two crosses patty fitchy gu. 
and in base a salmon naiant of the first. 
M'Leur or M'LuRE, Scotland. 
S-FoU 
Sa. two crosses croslet and in base a 5-foil or. 
Best, Wierton; desceuded from Best, Park 
House, Kent. 
Mullet 
Az. two crosses flory pierced and in base a mullet 
arg. KiLTRA, Scotland. 
Ship 
Arg. two crosses croslet fitchy sa. and in base a 
galley sails furled of the last flags gu. 
RoNALDSoN, Scotland. 



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2 CBOSSES betw. or within 

Beast .... Lion 

Gu. two crosses patty arg. betw. in chief a lion 
pass, or and in base another cross patty of the 
second. Staynton, F*. Sr. Robert Steynton,F. 
Chief 

Or two crosses croslet fitchy gu. betw. a chief 
chequy of the last and arg. and the attires of a 
stag aflBxed to the scalp as the second. 
MoLLESONE, Aberdeen, Scotland. 
Flaunches 

Gu. two crosses patty in pale or betw. as many 
flaunches chequy arg. and az. Sherington, 
CO. Wilts, 1716. The crosses voided. 
Shekington Harl. MS. 1404 fo. IJ6. 

Gu. two crosses patty in pale or betw. as 
many flaunches chequy of the second and az. 
William Sherington, V. 

2 CBOSSES betw. or within 

and in chief. . . . 

Or two crosses croslet fitchy and in base the 
attires of a stag afiixed to the scalp within a 
bordure gu. a chief chequy of the second and 
arg. MoLLEsoN. 

On 2 CROSSES betw. or within 

Gu. on each of two crosses patty in pale or betw. 
as many flaunches chequy arg. and az. another 
cross patty (of the first, Sherington; Harl. 
MS. 1404 fo. 1]«; but) sa. Sherington, She- 
rington, Norfolk; Medburne, and Lacocke, co. 
Wilts ; and co. Worcester. 



3 CROSSES 

Arg. three crosses (sometimes called chevrons 

humetty saltirewise with an annulet at each 

end az. Wastley. 
Arg. three crosses croslet fitchy az. M'Cubbin, 

Scotland. A crescent for diff. gu. Adamson, 

Graycrook, North Britain. 
Arg. three crosses gu. Delamare or Delamayne. 
Arg. three crosses botonny gu. Aemitage, Don- 
caster, lord of the Foliot Manor of Barn by, co. 

York. Akmytage, London ; and co. York. 
Arg. from the top of mountains issuing from the 

base one in front and two behind vert three 

crosses calvary gu. Hill, Ireland. 
Arg. tliree crosses croslet gu. Sr. Philippe de 

Arcy, H. An annulet in the centre for difi". 

gu. Staynton, V. But a crescent in the centre 

lor diff. Adam, Christchurcli, co. Hants. 
Arg. three crosses cioslet fitchy gu. Adamson, 

Newcastle. Edie, Moneaught, Scotland. 
Arg. three crosses flory gu. Stanton. And with 

an annulet in the centre for difi". gu. Stanton. 
Arg. three crosses moliiie gu. Doneton. 
Arg. three crosses paionce gu. Staynton, V. 

And with an annulet in the centre for diS". gu. 

Stainton, F. 
Arg. three crosses patty gu. Colvile. Stanton. 

Stoep. Storpe, F. But fitchy. Woodroofe, 

Harl. MS. 1407. 
Arg. three crosses sarcelly gu. Domton ? Harl. 

MS. 1407 fo. 7. 
Arg. three crosses botonny sa. Astwicke, co. 

Bedford. But fitchy. Bakysle, V*. 
Arg. three crosses croslet saltirewise in bend sa. 

Walter NoRTHcoT,Crediton, CO. Devon; granted 

1670; Harl. MS. 1453 fo. 48. 
Ars. three crosses croslet crossed in bend sa. 

NoRTiicoTi;, Haine, co. Devon. 



3 CROSSES cont. 

Arg. three crosses croslet pomelly in bend sa. 
Walter Northcot, Crediton, co. Devon ; Harl, 
3IS. 1001 fo. 129 b. 

Arg. three crosses croslet fitchy sa. Bakisley. 
Bakysle, F. 

Arg. three crosses humetty sa. Habergham, 
Leland, Collect., i, 689. Haberiam, Haberiam- 
Eurs, CO. Lancaster. Howberiam, Howberiam- 
Eves, CO. Lancaster. John Williamson, V. 

Arg. three crosses (sometimes called chevrons 
humetty) saltirewise with a ring at each end 
gu. Wastlay, V. 

Arg. three crosses patonce sa. Germyn, V. 

Arg. three crosses patty sa. Dugett, Aiken- 
husse, Scotland. Germyn, V. But fitched at 
foot. Pointer, F*. But fitchy. Beuyn. 

Az. three crosses arg. Damport. 

Az. three crosses croslet in bend saltirewise arg. 
Noye, Pendrea, in St. Burian, Cornwall ; Harl. 
MS. 1453 fo. 48. 

Az.three crosses crosletfitchy arg. Chene. Chiney. 

Az. three crosses croslet fitchy each enclosed by 
a crescent arg. Cathcart, Baron Greenock 
and Viscount Cathcart 1807, Earl Cathcart 1814; 
quartering Wallace and Schaw. Kathcairt. 
And with a heart in the centre point for difi". 
.... Cathcart, Carleton, Scotland. The 
heart in the collar point and crowned ppr. 
Cathcart, Carbiston, Scotland. 

Az. three crosses moline arg. Ainsley, Dolph- 
inston, Scotland. 

Az. three crosses patonce arg. Bramston. 

Az. three crosses patty arg. Duniguid {in error 
for) DwiGWiD, Auchenheuf, Scotland. 

Az. flory or three crosses patty arg. Peake, 
London. 

Az. three crosses sarcelly arg. Beawfice. 

Az. three crosses or. W^illiam de Sahran, B. 

Az. three crosses croslet in bend or. White, 
Weymouth, co. Dorset. 

Az. three crosses croslet fitchy or. Clerk- 
Eattray, Craighall Rattray, Scotland ; quar- 
tering or a fess chequy az. and arg. betw. in chief 
two crescents gu. and in base a boar's head 
couped sa. within a bordure az., with vert a 
a fess dancetty erm. betw. in chief a buck's 
head cabossed and in base two crescents or. 

Az. three crosses patriarchal each held in the 
mouth of an eagle's head erased and erect or. 
Town of Lynn Regis, Norfolk. 

Az. three crosses patty or. Strangbowe, Harl. 
MS. 1078 fo. 12 b. 

Az. tliree crosses tau or. Crosse, quartered b}" 
Portman, Harl. MS. 1141 fo. 134. Grime. 
Geyme, Norfolk ; Harl. MS. 1404 fo. 118. 

Barry of four arg. and gu. three crosses croslet 
(of the first, another) or. Terrell or Tyrrell, 
Ireland. TEi!EiLL,Ireland,ifarLMS.14041o. 118. 

Barry of six gu. and arg. in chief three crosses 
croslet or. David. 

Chequy arg. and az. three crosses croslet fitchy 
or. Warren. 

Chequy az. and gu. three crosses croslet fitchy or. 
Warren. 

Gu. three crosses croslet fitchy arg. FitzEustace, 
Harl. MS. 1465 fo. 47 b. 

Gu. three crosses croslet fitchy arg. each enclosed 
by a crescent or. Pinney, Soraerton, co. So- 
merset. 

Gu. three crosses engr. arg. Bruchesley. 

Gu. three crosses humetty nrg. Boyvill, co. 
! Northampton; and Rutland. 



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3 CBOSSEB cont. 
Gu. three crosses humetty voided arg. Gakde, 

Ireland. 
Gu. three crosses patonce arg. Crotjker, Harl. 

MS. 1407. 
Gu. three crosses patty arg. Barclay, Balvaird ; 
quartered by Murray. Cross or Crosse, Hull. 
Gu. three crosses sarcelly arg. Rosselyne. 
Gu. threecrossesmolineerm. Harold. Horold, 

V. 
Gu. three crosses botonny in bend or. Wren, 

CO. York. 
Gu. three crosses botonny fitchy or. Arderne. 
Gu. three crosses croslet or. Kirry. 
Gu. three crosses croslet in bend or. Wrench. 
. Hadenham, co. Cambridge ; granted 1588. 
Wrench, co. Oxford ; London ; and Camber- 
well, and Kingston, Surrey. 
Gu. three crosses croslet fitchy each enclosed by 
a crescent or. Pinney, Bettiacombe, co. Dor- 
set ; Collinson, Somerset, ii, 175. 
Gu. three crosses engr. or. Brencheley, V. 

Brenchley, V*. Brenchesley. 
Gu. three crosses patty fitchy or. Caldwell, 

Harl. MS. 1566 fo.47 b. 
Gu. three crosses pomelly fitchy or. Arderne, Tf'. 
Or three crosses croslet fitchy az. Remnant, 

England. 
Or three crosses gu. Delamaine. Delamare. 

Delamayne, V*. De la Mayne, V. 
Or three crosses croslet fitchy in chief gu. 

Lamprey, Ireland. 
Or three crosses tau in chief gu. Priset. 
Or three crosses croslet sa. Shears. 
Or three crosses patty fitchy sa. Smethwicke, 

Smethwick, co. Chester. 
Or three crosses moline sa. Bain or Baine. 
Per chev. arg. and gu. three crosses croslet coun- 

tercbanged. Chartman or Chartnam. 
Per chev. gu. and arg. three crosses botonny 

counterchanged. Chartman Chartnam or 

Chartnay, V*. 
Per chev. gu. and arg. three crosses croslet coun- 
terchanged. Chartman or Chartnam, V. 

Gilbert Chartnay, V. Chartnay and Chartney. 
Per chev, sa. and or in chief three crosses patty 

of the second. Walter Blandford, Bishop of 

Oxford 1665, Worcester 1671-5. 
Per chief az. and gii. over all three crosses cros- 
let fitchy arg. Dattmarle, V. 
Per fess az. and gu. three crosses botonny fitchy 

arg. Damarle, Harl. MS. 1404 fo. 113. 
Per fess az. and gu. three crosses croslet fitchy 

arg. Damerley. 
Per fess gu. and sa. three crosses patty or. 

Stafford. 
Per fess or and az. in chief a cross tau gu. betw. 

two crosses potent fitchy of the second. 

Crossley, ScaitclifTe, co. Lancaster, quartering 

Lockwood. 
Sa. three crosses botonny in bend arg, Morgan, 

Eston, CO. Somerset; granted 1591. 
Sa. three crosses croslet in bend arg. Morgan, 

CoZiinson, Somerset, iii, 150. 
Sa. three crosses croslet fitchy arg. Doctor Lake, 

Kent, Harl. MS. 4108 fo, 60. 
Sa. three crosses patty arg. Apryce, co. Wilts. 

Peleford, CO. Lancaster; and co. York. 

Pelingard, Pelingard, co. Lancaster. Grifi&th 

Ap Rice, North Wales, F. 
Sa. three crosses pomelly arg. Febes, Harl. MS. 

1404 fo. 114. Ferrers, 
Sa. three crosses botonny or. Kandishe, V*. 



3 CSOSSES cont. 

Sa. three crosses botonny fitchy or. Candish, 

V*. M, Andrew Caundysh, S. 
Sa. three crosses croslet or. Candishe, V. 
Sa. three crosses croslet fitchy or, Candysh, V. 

Candishe. 
Sa. three crosses patty or a label of as many 

points arg. Griffith, North Wales, F. 

3 CROSSES and in chief.... 

Beflst 
Barry of four arg. and gu. three crosses croslet 
as the first in the top bar a demi-lion ramp. sa. 

TiRBELL. 

Gu. three crosses patty two and one arg. in chief 

a lion pass or. Sr. Robert Steynton, F. 

Staynton, V*. 
Chief 
Arg. three crosses botonny plain voided gu. 

a chief vairy ermines and erm. Sr. Richard 

Verney, CO. Warwick, V. 
Arg. three crosses croslet fitchy gu. a chief in- 
dented az. Saxam. 
Arg. thre« crosses inoline gu. a chief vairy erm. 

and sa. Verney, co. Warwick. 
Arg. three crosses croslet sa. a chief indented gu, 

Bracliffe or Brearcliffe. 
Az. three crosses patty fitchy or a chief per pale 

indented erm. and gu. Warham. The chief 

per pale indented gu. and erm. Wharham, 

Harl. MS. 14:04: {o. 118, 
Az. three crosses tau and a chief or. Grimes, 

Harl. MS. 6095 fo. 17, 
Gu, three crosses botonny fitchy and a chief or. 

Arden. The chief engr. Arde, co. Chester, 

Harl. MS. 1386 fo. 36. Arderne. 
Gu, three crosses croslet and a chief or. 

Arderne, co, Lancaster, W. 
Gu. three crosses croslet fitchy and a chief or. 

Ardern, Elford, co. Stafi"ord ; Erdeswick ; the 

heiress m. Stanley, Arderne, Sutton in 

Prestbury, co, Chester ; and co, Worcester. 

Arderne, F, in error ofW. Bangton, V. 
Gu. three crosses croslet fitchy and a chief engr. or. 

Ardern, F, Cotton MS. Tiberius D. 10. Cooke. 
Gu. three crosses croslet fitchy and a chief in- 
dented or. Arderne, co. Chester, W. 
Gu. three crosses moline or a chief vairy sa. and 

erm. Varty, Cumberland. 
Gu. three crosses patonce fitchy and a chief or. 

Arderne. 
Gu, three crosses patty fitchy the upper and 

lower limb crossed and a chief or, Arden, 

Add. MS. 21025 fo. 13 b. 
Gu. three crosses recercely disjoined or a chief 

vairy erm. and ermines. Verney, Baron Wil- 

lough by de Broke 1492; CoWinsow, Somerset, 

ii, 376 ; quartering Barnard. 

on a Chief Beast 

Arg. three crosses croslet sa. on a chief gu. a lion 

pass, guard, or. John Redy, V. 
Arg. three crosses croslet arg. on a chief gu. a 

lion pass, guard, or. John Redy, F, and Cotton 

MS. Tiberius D 10. 

Bird 

Gu. three crosses croslet fitchy or on a chief of 

the second a martlet for difi". of the first. 

Ardern or, Arderne, co, Bedford ; and co. 

Warwick. 

Crescent 

Gu. three crosses croslet fitchy arg. on a chief or 

a crescent of the firsL Arden, Baron Alvanley 

1801 ; extinct .... 



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3 CBOSSES and in chief.... cone. 

on a Chief cont. Crosses 
Arg. three crosses patty sa. on a cliief etnbattled 
as the second so nnany in fess like the first. 
Warmefohd, V. 
Sa. three crosses croslet arg. on a chief as the 
second so many in fess like the first. Cabeon.F. 
.... Escallop 
Gu. three crosses croslet fitchy or on a chief 
engr. of the last an escallop sa. Aedeene, 
quartered by Rosindale. 
.... Escallops 
Gu. three crosses botonny arg. on a chief az. two 
escallops or. PAYNE,CoiZinson,Somer8et,iii,.')91. 
.... Heads 
Vert three crosses patty arg. on a chief of the 
last as many boar's heads sa. tusked or langued 
gu. Oepwood, Abington, co. Berks; confirmed 
1600. 

.... Boundles 
Arg. three crosses croslet sa. on a chief bz. as 
many bezants. KERCHERKERsnARor Keesher. 
Kershaw, Heskin Hall, co. Lancaster. The 
centre bezant charged with across gu. Kershaw, 
Savile Green, co. York. 
Or three crosses botonny az. on a chief of the 
last as many bezants. Kercher or Kerther. 
Or three crosses croslet az. on a chief of the last 
as many bezants. Kercher, Norfolk; granted 
1606. 

Heads 
Per fess engr. arg. and sa. in base three crosses 
patty and in chief as many lion's heads erased 
counterchanged. Bengocgh, The Ridge, Wot- 
ton-under-Edge. 
Mullet 
Sa. flory and three crosses or in chief a mullet 
for diff. .... Peake, Tirlington, co. Leicester. 
Heart 
Arg. three crosses croslet fitchy each enclosed 
by a crescent az. in chief a human heart gu. 
Cathcart, 1797. 
Label 
Sa. three crosses patty or a label arg. Griffith, 
North Wales, F. 

3 CBOSSES and in base.... 

Beast Deer 

Per chev. or and vert in chief a cross tau betw. 

two crosses patonce fitchy gu. in base a hind 

Irippant arg. charged on the neck with a cross 

tau gu. Crossley, Ireland 1725. 
....Lion 
Per chev. embattled az. and arg. in chief three 

crosses patty fitchy or in base a lion pass. sa. 

ducally crowned gold. Smith, Bristol, co. 

Somerset ; granted 4 July 1766. 

Wolf 

Az. in chief three crosses patty fitchy arg. in base 

a wolf ramp, of the second collared and chained 

or. Bushe, CO. Wilts. 
Sa. in chief three crosses fitchy . ;. . and in base 

a wolf salient arg. Rushe, co. Wilts. 
Bird 
Per chev. or and az. in chief three crosses patty 

gu. in base a dove wings expanded as the first 

beaked and legged of the third. Gleadowe, 

Hull : and Frodeslay, co. Salop. 
FiBh 
Per fess wavy arg. and vert in chief three crosses 

croslet gu. in base a salmon naiant of the first. 

Mac Concai.ep, Ireland. 



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.cont. 



Fret 
Arg. three crosses pattv in fess and in base a fret 
sa. Treghowe, HarZ. MS. 1404 fo. 117. 
Head 
Arg. in chif^f three crosses fitchy .... in base a 
buck's head .. .. Thomson. 

3 CBOSSES betw. or within 

Bars 
Arg. three crosses croslet in fess betw. two bars 
gemel within a bordure sa. Beanshop, 
Essex. 

Beasts .... Boars 
Arg. three crosses patty in pale gu. betw. as 
many boars statant two and one sa. Boteler, 
V. 

.... Deer 
Vert three crosses croslet betw. as many stags 
trippant two and one or. Green, Chiddingly, 
Sussex ; quartering Verral. 
. . ..Lions 
Arg. three crosses croslet fitchy betw. as many 
lions ramp, two and one gu. Belhouse, Ave- 
ley, Essex. 
Per pale gu. and az. three crosses patty fitchy 
erminois betw. as many lions ramp, two and 
one arg. Prodgers or Progers, Gwerndee, 
and Gwenvale, South Wales; and Bromfield, 
CO. Salop. 
Bells 
Gu. three crosses croslet betw. as many bells two 
and one or. Samoure. 
Bendlets 
Arg. three crosses croslet fitchy in bend az. betw. 

two bendlets gu. Hall. 
Are. three crosses croslet betw. two bendlets gu. 

London, Albye, Norfolk; granted 1664. 
Az. three crosses croslet in bend betw. two cotises 
engr. counierengr. or. Knachbull, Kent; 
granted 1574; Harl. MS. 4108 fo. 60. 
Knatchbull, Kent. 
Az. three crosses croslet fitchy in bend betw. two 
bendlets or. Knatchbull, Mersham Hatch, 
Kent; Baronetcy 1641. 
Bendy of three gu. and az. three crosses patty 
fitchy or betw. two cotises wavy on the outer 
side arg. John de Kiekeby, Bishop of Carlisle 
1332-53. 
Gu. three crosses croslet betw. two cotises 
engr. counterengr. and as many garbs .... 
Faembrough. 
Or three crosses croslet in bend sa. betw. two 
cotises dancetty ( gu. another) sa. and six eagles 
displ. of the last. Vale ; quartering Martin- 
dale. 

Birds 
Az. three crosses croslet fitchy in fess betw. as 
many eagles displ. or. Lynne, co. York. 
Bordure 
Arg. three crosses botonny within a bordure gu. 

Chisnall, F*. 
Arg. three crosses croslet {sometimes pomelly) 
fitchy within a bordure gu. William Chisnall, 
F. 
Arg. three crosses croslet botonny fitchy within a 
bordure (sometimes engr.) gu. Chisenhal or 
Chisenhall, Chisenhall, co. Lancaster. 
Arg. three crosses croslet fitchy within a bor- 
dure sa. Sokeborne. 
Bougets 
Gu. three crosses patty in fess arg. betw. as many 
water bougets or. CHESBROtiGi*. 



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3 CROSSES betw. or within.... co»f. 

Crescents 

Per pale wavy gu. and az. three crosses patty in 
fess or betw. as many crescents arg. Godsalve, 
Bucknam Ferry, Norfolk. 
Fishes 

Az. three crosses croslet fitchy or betw. as many 
fishes haurient two and one arg. Oyeey. 
Oyry, V. Vyrey, V*. Vyry, V. 
Fleurs-de-lis 

Arg. three crosses patty gu. betw. as many fleurs- 
de-lis two and one sa. Wadding, Ballycoglie, 
CO. Waterford. 

Arg. three crosses croslet filchy betw. as many 
fleurs-de-lis two and one sa. Elyngton. 

Sa. three crosses croslet betw. five fleurs-de-lis 
one two and two arg. Hillary. 

Sa. three crosses patty betw. nine fleurs-de-lis or. 
Peake, Tirlingtou or Torliugton, and Lutter- 
worth, CO. Leicester; and London ; <7ran(ed 
1598. But twelve fleurs-de-lis or in chief a 
mullet for dilf. Peake, Tirlington, co. Lei- 
cester, V; Cotton 3IS. Tiberius D 10 fo. 806. 
S-Foils 

Az. three crosses croslet betw. five 5-foils arg. 
Handby. 

Heads (Beasts) Leopard 

Gu. three crosses croslet fitchy betw. as many 
leopard's heads jessant fleurs-de-lis two and 
one arg. Nevil, V*. Sr. Robert Nevill, co. 
Leicester, V. 

Lions 

Per fess gu. and az. three crosses croslet fitchy 
betw. as many lion's heads erased two and one 
or over all on a bend arg. three 5-foil8 gu. 
Giles, V*. Gilles, Norfolk, V. 
Horns 

Az. three crosses croslet betw. as many hautboys 
mouths downward two and one or. Bourdon 
or Burdon. 
Mallets 

Az. three crosses patty fitchy or betw. as many 
mullets one and two arg. Arrat, That Ilk, 
Scotland. 

Gu. three crosses croslet fitchy or betw. as many 
mullets one and two arg. Cdllow, Scotland. 

Or three crosses croslet fitchy in fess gu. betw. 
six mullets three and three az. Nind. 
Palets 

Arg. three crosses patty in pale betw. two plain 
endorses within a bordure engr. sa. Crouche, 
HarLMfif. 1404 fo. 118. 

Arg. three crosses patty in pale betw. two en- 
dorses engr. within a bordure sa. Crouche or 
Crowche, F*. The bordure engr. Chowche, 
CO. Hertford, V. 
Boundles 

Az. three crosses croslet betw. as many bezants 
two and one. Coffen alias Gosken, Portlodge, 
CO. Devon ; Harl. MS. 1093 fo. 61. 
Staves 

Az. three crosses croslet fitchy betw. as many 
crosiers erect two and one or. Benedictine 
Abbey at Thorney, co. Cambridge. 

8 CEOSSES betw. or within 

and in chief.... 

Beasts 
Per chev. arg. and purp. three crosses patty of 
the first within a bordure az. flory or in chief 
two lions ramp, combatant sa. Bledlow, 
London. 



3 CBOSSES betw. or within 

and in chief cont. 

on a Chief Fleur-de-lis 

(? Arg.) three crosses croslet fitchy in pale sa. betw. 
two ogresses on a chief gu. a fleur-de-lis arg. 
Dalley; Berry, Supplement. 

Boundle 

Az. three crosses crosletfitchy betw.as many lozen- 
ges two and one or on a chief per pale dancetty 
(or indented) erm. and gu. a roundle in the 
sin. corner for diS'. of the third. Warham, V. 

On 3 CROSSES.... 

Crosses 
Gu. on three crosses humetty arg. as many of 
the first. Garde, Ireland. 
Estoiles 
Per chev. engr. erm, and errainois on three 
crosses patty az. as many estoiles or. Rosher, 
Northfleet, Kent. 

On 3 CROSSES and in chief.... 

Arg. on three crosses botonny gu. as many plain 
crosses of the first a chief vairy ermines and 
erm. Sr. Richard Verney, co. Warwick, V. 

On 3 CROSSES betw. or within 

Gu. on three crosses patty in pale or betw. 
flaunches chequy arg. and of the second as 
many crosses patty az. Sherington. 

4 CROSSES 

Quarterly arg. and gu. four crosses patty coun- 
terchanged. Chetwode, Oakley, co. Stafford; 
Chetwode, and Ogden, co. Berks; and Whitley, 
CO. Chester; Baronetcy 1700. Sr. Thomas 
Chetwood, 00. Buckingham, V. Chitwood, 
Harl. MS. 1407. 

Quarterly per fess indented gu. and arg. four 
crosses (botonny fitchy, V*) croslet fitchy 
coimterchanged. Corbreyke, V. 

Quarterly indented gu. and arg. in each of the 
first and fourth quarters two crosses croslet 
fitchy in fess or. Corbreigke, V. 

Quarterly indented gu. and arg. four crosses 
croslet fitchy (patty fitchy, Coebreake) coun- 
terchanged. CorbReake or Corbreyke. 

4 CROSSES and in chief. . . . 

Gu. four crosses flory two and two arg. on a can- 
ton or a lion pass. az. Chace, Chesham, co. 
Buckingham. 

Gu. four crosses patonce two and two arg. on a 
canton az. a lion pass. or. Chansey, V. 
Chase, V*. The crosses potence. Chace. 

Gu'. four crosses moline two and two .... on a 
canton az. a lion ramp. or. Chase. 

Gu. four crosses croslet two and two or on a can- 
ton az. a lion pass, of the second. Chase. 

4 CRO'SSES betw. or within .... 

Arg. four crosses croslet betw. three martlets sa. 
GoDDisTON, Essex. 

6 CBOSSES 

Arg. fretty of six sa. five crosses croslet fitchy in 
cross as the first. Sr. de Bugg, V. 

Arg. five crosses croslet gu. over all on a quarter- 
pierced cross as the last four crosses croslet 
like the second. Bonkell, London; granted 
1091. The field of the dexter canton erm. for 
diff. BoNNELL, Windsor. 

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^ 5 CEOSSES cont. 

Arg. five crosses croslet in saltire gu. Cross. 

Arg. five crosses croslet fitchy in cross gu. 
CoKSE or Crosse, Scotland. 

Arg. five crosses botonny saltirewise sa. 
Thoeowgodd, CO. Hertford, 1710. 

Arg. five crosses croslet in saltire sa. 
Thoeoughgood or Throwgood, Loudon. 

Arg. five crosses patty in saltire gu. Funston, 
Wymondham. 

Arg. five crosses patty fitchy two two and one sa. 
Hospital of St. Cross, near Winchester. 

Az, five crosses croslet in saltire or. Syms, 
Charde, co. Somerset. 

Az. five crosses patonce or. Gryme. 

Paly of five or and sa. so many crosses croslet 
fitchy in saltire as the second. George (John) 
BucKEREDGE, Bishop of Rochester 1611, Ely 
lri28-3l, Harl MS. 6095 fo. 14 b. Buckeridge, 
Highgate, Middlesex. 

Per chev. az. and arg. in chief five crosses croslet 
tliree and two {this ix the arg. and az. ampty 
the chief crusily) or. M. Raphe de Wilshire, 
Y. The crosses patty. VVii.sher, Harl. MS. 
1404 fo. 118. WiXTSHiERE, V. Sr. John 
Wysdesher; Wysdeshier; Woidshierj as 
in Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10 fo. 832; but 
Wiltcher, fo. 818. Wiltshire. 

6 CBOSSES betw. or within.... 

Beasts 
Sa. five crosses croslet fitchy in fess or betw. 
three lions ramp. arg. Wibery. 
Cross 
Arg. five crosses croslet fitchy within a voided 
cross gu. betw. four 5-foils sa. Tewydall, 
Staines, Middlesex. 
Sa. five crosses croslet within a voided cross arg. 

Walsam, V. 
Sa. five crosses patty fitchy within a cross voided 
or. Walsham, Walsham, Norfolk ; and Knill, 
CO. Hereford; Baronetcy IgSl, quartering Knill. 
Escallops 
Gu. five crosses croslet fitchy in saltire betw. four 
escallops or. Tonson or Tounson, co. North- 
ampton ; and Salisbury. Robert Tonson 
TouNSON or Townson, Bishop of Salisbury 
1620-1 ; granted .... 
Flannches 
Gu. five crosses croslet betw. two flaunches arg. 
Elkington, London; and Shawell, co. Lei- 
cester, 1608. 
Boandles 
Az. five crosses croslet or within four bezants. 

COFFYN, V. 

6 CBOSSES 

Arg. six crosses croslet fitchy gu. Tenison, 

Ireland. 
Arg. six crosses croslet fitchy sa. Hillary. 
Barry dancetty of five az. and erm. six crosses 

croslet or. Hairsnet. Harsewitt, Norvell. 

Samuel Harsnet, Bishop of Chichester 1609, 

Norwich 1619, Archbishop of York 1628-31; 

granted 1613. 
Barry of five or and sa. six crosses croslet gu. 

Mellent or Mellert. 
Barry of six erm. and gu. six crosses croslet or. 

Daundelegh, V. Daundeligh, F*. Tyrell, 

Ireland, V. 
Gn. six crosses croslet fitchy arg. Beetewell. 
Gu. six crosses croslet fitchy or. Darderne. 

Theobald, Gray's Thurrock, Kssex. Theobald, 

Kent; granted 1583. 



6 CBOSSES cont. 

Gyronny of twelve arg. and sa. six crosses croslet 
or. Angy. Engayne. The croslets in orle. 
Engheyn or Enghien. 

Paly of five arg. and sa. six crosses botonny fitchy 
two two and two or. Betton, co. Worcester. 
Betlnes, CO. Salop ; V. The crosses croslet 
fitchy. Betton, Great Berwick, Salop. 

Paly of five az. and arg. six crosses croslet fitchy 
sa. Radell. 

Paly of six arg. and sa. six crosses croslet or. 
Govm, Collinson, Somerset, iii, 219. 

Paly arg. and sa. six crosses croslet fitchy or. 
Eyton, CO. Salop. 

Per chev. az. and or in chief six crosses croslet 
of the second. Wilshere, Hitchin, co. Hert- 
ford. 

Per chev. az. and or in chief six crosses patty 
four and two of the second. Wiltshire, co. 
Bedford; and co. Gloucester. 

Per chief arg. and sa. six crosses croslet counter- 
changed. Cabron, V. 

Per chief embattled sa. and arg. six crosses patty 
counterchanged. Warneford, V. 

Per fess arg. and sa. six crosses croslet counter- 
changed. Corbet. 

Per fess arg. and sa. six crosses botonny counter- 
changed. Cabron. 

Per fess embattled sa. and arg. six crosses patty 
three two and onecounterchanged. Warneford, 
V*. Warnford, Stanbridge, co. Hants. 

Per fess embattled sa. and arg. six crosses patty 
three and three counterchanged. Warneford, 
Warneford Place, co. Wilts, 

Per fess sa. and arg. six crosses patty flory coun- 
terchanged. Corbet, Suffolk. 

Quarterly indented g"u. and arg. six crosses bo- 
tonny fitchy or. Corbreicke. 

Quarterly indented gu. and arg. six crosses cros- 
let counterchanged. Corbreake. 

Sa. six crosses croslet fitchy issuing out of cres- 
cents arg. Adam Blare, E. 

Sa. six crosses patty arg. Warnford. 

Sa. six crosses patty fitchy arg. Hilerey, V. 

HiLLERY, V*. 

6 CBOSSES and in chief 

Beast 
Gu. six crosses recercely or in chief a lion pass. 

arg. Henry Sleghtes, Stremby, Y. 

on a Canton 
Gu. six crosses patty arg. on a canton az. a lion 

pass. or. Chace. 
Chief 
Arg. six crosses croslet fitchy and a chief indented 

az. Saxam or Saxham. 
Arg. six crosses croslet fitchy gu. a chief indented 

az. Saxsam, V. 
Arg. six crosses croslet fitchy sa. a chief vair. 

Bltindeston, TF. The chief vairy gu. and arg. 

Blundestone or Blunstone, SuS"olk. 
Barry of five gu. and erm. six crosses croslet or 

a chief of the second. Daundelegh. Tyrell. 
Gu. six crosses botonny and a chief or. Sir 

John de Arderne, L, Harl. MS. 6589. 
Gu. six crosses croslet three two and one and a 

chief or. Sr. John Ardeene, L, Harl. MS. 6589, 

and de Arderne, L, Harl. MS. 6137. Sr. John 

Aederne.co. Salop, V; or D'Arderne, R. 
Gu. six crosses (? croslet) fitchy and a chief 

or. Hugh d'ARDERNE, Y. Monsire John 

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.cont. 



on a Chief . . . Mallets 

Arg. six crosses croslet fitchy sa. on a chief az. 
two mullets or. William Clinton, Earl of 
Huntingdon, Q; V: 133(», extinct 1354. Wil- 
liam de Clinton, Y. Clinton, Earl of Hunt- 
ingdon 1572, Duke of Newcastle 1750. William 
Clinton, Welwyn, co. Hertford. The mullets 
pierced. William Clinton, Earl of Huntingdon, 
Q, Harl. MS. 0595. The mullets pierced gu. 
Augnstinian Priory of St. Mary and St. Michael 
Rt Maxtoke, CO. Warwick; Leland, Coll., i, 50. 
The mullets of six points pierced gu. Clinton, 
extin<!tl354. But three mullets. John Clinton, 
Y; Earl of Huntingdon 1337-54. 
Boondles 

Gu. six crosses croslet fitchy arg. on a chief or 
three ogresses. Boylston. 

6 CBOSSES betw. or within 

Bordure 

Gu. six crosses croslet fitchy within a bordure or. 

Preston. 

Flannches 
Gu. six crosses croslet two one one and two 

betw. flaunches arg. Elkington. V. 
Gu. six crosses croslet fitchy two one two and 

one betw. flaunches arg. Ellington, HarZ. il/<S. 

1404 fo. 113. 
Gu. six crosses croslet two one one and two or 

betw. flannches arg. ELKiNGE.and Elkington, 

London, Harl. MS. 1441 fo. 67. Thomas 

Elkington, London ; granted 1G08, Harl. MS. 

6095 fo. 1". Eskinton, London ; granted 1008. 
Gu. six crosses croslet two one two and one or 

betw. flaunches arg. Elkington, London ; 

granted 1608. The flaunches erm. Elkington, 

CO. Leicester. 
Heads 
Paly of five sa. and or six crosses croslet gu. 

betw. three leopard's heads of the second. 

LoNQE, Calais. 

6 CBOSSES betw. or within 

and in chief. . . . 
Per chev. az. and arg. six crosses patty four and 
two or betw. in base a Beloochee soldier habited 
and armed brandishing a sword ppr. mounted 
on a bay horse caparisoned and on a chief silver 
the fortress of Khelat a canton gu. charged with 
the Dooranee badge. Willshire; Baronetcy 
1840. 

7 CBOSSES 

.... seven crosses humetty three three and one 
Rigaldus de Asserio, Bishop of Win- 
chester 1320-3. 

Barry of five az. and or seven crosses croslet of 
the last. Sir Thomas Blakingham, Suffolk, F. 
Blaknys, Norfolk. 

Barry of five gu. and vair seven crosses croslet 
three three and one .... Harsnet. Mortimer 
alias ZoucH. 

7 CBOSSES betw. or within. ., 

Barry of five az. and or seven crosses croslet 
three three and one of the last within a bor- 
dure engr. gu. Bay. 

8 CBOSSES 

Barry of five gu. and vair eight crosses cros- 
let four three and one or. William de 
Mortimer, V. 

Per chev. az. and arg. in chief eight crosses patty 
or. Wiltshire, Stone, Kent. 



8 CBOSSES and in chief. . . . 
on a Canton 
Purp. eight crosses croslet or on a canton arg. 
(another, erm.) an estoile sa. Peecivall. 
Chief 
Gu. eight crosses croslet and a chief or. Arderne. 

8 CBOSSES betw. or within.... 

Sa. eight crosses croslet fitchy in fess or betw. 
three lions ramp. arg. Wibery. 

9 CBOSSES 

Az. nine crosses croslet or. Pelmore. William 
de EiDHE, K, Harl. MS. 6137 (in error). 

Barry dancetty of five az. and erm. nine crosses 
croslet or. Harsnet, Sussex. 

Barry of six gu. and erm. nine crosses patty arg. 

TiRRELL. 

Or fretty of six sa. nine crosses croslet crossed 

arg. BooG, by inheritance from Champaign, 

lord of Thurleston, quartered by Turvile; 

Burton, Leicester, 289-90. The crosses croslet 

fitchy nrg. Bogge or Buog. 
Or nine crosses croslet az. Pelmore. 
Or fretty of six sa. nine crosses croslet fitchy as 

the first. EoGO, V. Bugge, V*. Sr, William 

Champayn, v. 
Paly wavy of five arg. and az. nine crosses crosslet 

three three and three gu. Doderidge,co. Devon. 
Paly wavy of five arg. and gu. nine crosses croslet 

of the second. Doddridge. 
Per chev. embattled arg. and sa. nine crosses 

croslet counterchanged. Tighe, Mitchelstown, 

CO. Westraeath; quartering Morgan and Tisdall; 

and Woodstock, co. Kilkenny ; and quartering 

Borr, Hore, Gaban, and Bunbury. 
Sa. nine crosses arg. Fressylles. 

9 CBOSSES and in chief 

Purp. nine crosses croslet or on a canton erm. an 
estoile sa. Sir Peecevall of the Round Table, 
Harl. MS. 1404 fo. 117. 

10 CBOSSES 

Arg. ten crosses croslet gu. Hatfeld, V. 

Whitfield. 
Arg. ten crosses patty gn. Humfrevill, V. 
Az. ten crosses croslet or. Delapipe, co. Stafford. 
Or ten crosses croslet az. Stanapyli,, V. 

10 CBOSSES and in chief 

Barry of seven gu. and erm. ten crosses patty 
and a canton or. Hadsor, London. 

10 CBOSSES betw. or within .... 

Arg. ten crosses croslet within a bordure gu. 

Bertram. 
Sa. ten crosses croslet within a bordure or. 

WiTFIELD. 

13 CBOSSES 

Arg. fretty of six and thirteen crosses croslet gu. 

Nechure. 
Arg. fretty of six and thirteen crosses croslet sa. 

Sandall. 

CBTJSILY 

Barry of five gu. and vair crusily or. William de 

Mortimer, F. 
Gu. crusily or. Ferneland or Febnland. 
Or crusily az. Petmore. 
Purp. crusily or. Percivall. 
Quarterly gu. and arg. crosses patty and annulets 

alternately in orle counterchanged. Alt, 

Loughborough, co. Leicester. 



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CUBES see Dice 



CULVERIN see Gun 



CUP 



including Acorn-cup, Chalice, Drinking pot, Ewer, 
FlEgon, Flesh pot, Flower pot, Laver pot, Jug, 

Pitcher, Pot, Salt, Urn, and Vase 
Arg. a cup covered sa. Cleuere, V. Cleuee. 

Clever or Clevere. 
Arg. a standing cup covered sa. John Cluer, 

London, 1716. 
Arg. a pot sa. with fire issuant ppr. Haywood. 
Per chev. sa. and arm. over all a cup covered or. 

OwiNGHAM, Harl. MS. 1404 fo. 123. 
Per fess gu. and sa. a cup arg. with a garland 

enclosed bj' two laurel branches issuant ppr. 

Laurie or Lawrie, Plainstones, and Ports- 
burgh, Scotland. 
Per fess gu. and sa. a cup or -with laurel issuant 

ppr. Lawrie, London; and Sydenham, Kent. 
Sa. a cup covered arg. Sr. Malaguyn of the 

Round Table, W. Mallagyn. 
Sa. a cup arg. with a garland enclosed by two 

laurel branches issuant ppr. Lawrie, Max- 

welton, CO. Dumfries ; Baronetcy LowRy, 

Pomeroy House, co. Tyrone. 
Sa. a cup or with a chaplet of roses enclosed 

by a wreath of laurel issuant ppr. Sir Peter 

Laurie, Lord Mayor of London 1832. Laurie, 

Siichell, CO. Roxburgh. 
Sa. a cup or with two sprigs of laurel in orle 

issuant ppr. Lowry. 
Vert a flower pot arg. with gilliflowers issuant gu. 

leaved vert. New, or Our Lady's, Inn, London. 

1 CUP and in Chief 

on a Chief (Beast) Lion 

Az. a cup or with four laurel branches issuant 
arg. the centre ones orlewise on a chief of the 
third a lion pass. gu. betw. two mullets of the 
first. Lawrie, Edinburgh. 
....Head 
Per bend gu. and az. a pitcher in bend or on a 
chief of the last a beast's head erased betw. two 
mullets sa. Wheller, Harl. MS. 1404 fo. 111. 
5-FoiIs 
Sa. crusily arg. a cup covered or in chief two 
5-foils erm. Butler. 
Fruit 
Az. goutty d'eau a cup or with flames issuant ppr. 
in chief three ears of barley banded as the 
second betw. two chessrooks gold. Smith, 
Whitechapel. 
Sun 
Arg. a cup and in chief a sun gu. Vassall. 
Az. a (chalice or) vase or and in chief a sun in 
splendour. Vassall. 

1 CUP betw. or within 

Candlesticks 
Az. a laver pot (or vnse)betw.two(prickets or) taper 
candlesticks or. Company of Founders, London. 
Chessrooks 
Az. a cup aig. with flames of fire issuant ppr. 
betw. two chessrooks of the second. Smyth, 
Nutwood, Surrey; Baronetcy 1821; quarter- 
ing Carmichael. 
Az. a cup or with flames of fire issuant ppr. betw. 
two chessrooks of the second. Smythe, Meth- 
ven Castle, co. Perth. 
Crosses 
Per fess or and sa. a cup arg. with a garland of 
laurel enclosed by two branches issuant ppr. 
betw. so many crosses patty as the third. 
Lawrie, Redcastle, quartering Kennedy. 



1 CUP betw. or within .... conf. 

Crosses cont. 
Arg. a cup covered betw. four crosses patty sa. 

Boteler, W. 
Sa. a cup covered or betw. four crosses patty arg. 

Boteler, V*. Boteller, from Gallicia, F. 
Gu. a cup covered and ensigned with a cross 

patty or hetw. five crosses patly fiteby of the 

last. Bishopric of Ossory ; Edmondson. 
3-Foils 
Sa. a cup arg. with a garland of laurel issuant 

ppr. betw. two 3-foils slipped as the second. 

Lourie, Scotland. 
5-Foils 
Sa. a cup covered or betw. in chief two 5-foils 

and in base as many crosses patty arg. 

Boteller, V. 
Sa. a cup covered or betw. four 0-foils arg. 

BOTILLER, W. 

Heads 
Gyronny of eight sa. and arg. a cup covered or 
"betw. two talbot's heads erased and counter- 
changed as the first collared like the third. 
BuTi.EE, Kent. 
Wheels 
Per pale az. &oi gu. a cup covered with handles 
arg. betw. three Catharine wheels or. Street, 
Kilburn, Middlesex. 

1 CUP betw. and in chief 

on a Chief Beast 

i Az. a cup or with Uaraes issuant ppr. betw. two 
chessrooks of the second on a chief arg. a cat 
ramp. sa. enclosed by two mullets as the first. 
Smith, Edinburgh. 
....Heads 
Az. a cup or with flames issuant ppr. hetw. two 
chessrooks as the second on a chief arg. bor- 
dered of the same three boar's heads erased 
burwise like the first. Smith ; Robson, plates. 

2 CUPS 

Az. two chalices in fess or. Emerle, V. 

Az. two cups covered in fess arg. Emerle. 

Emerley, Harl. MS. 1404 fo. 123. 
Gu. crusily and two cups arg. Sire Giles de 

Argentein, N. 
Per chev. sa. and erm. in chief two cups covered 

urg. Ovingham or Owinghah. 
Per chev. sa. and erm. in chief two cups covered 

or. Ovingham or Owingham. Owyngham, V. 

2 CUPS and in base 

Sa. in chief two cups covered and in base across 
patty arg. Cluninc Priory at Lund or Monk- 
Breton, CO. York. 

3 CUPS 

.... three cups Siderfin, Collinson, So- 
merset, ii, 26. 

Arg. three cups of acorns az. Athui.l, F*. 

Arg. three cups gu. William Argentyne, Y. 

Arg. three ewers (or pots) gu. Bland. 

Arg. three flesh pots gu. Montbochee. 
Moundowchier or Mownbownchier. 

Arg. three cups covered gu. Aeoenton. 

Arg. three cups sa. John Nowell, F. 

Arg. three drinking pots sa. Geriare, co. Lin- 
coln, W. 

Arg. tliree cups uncovered sa. Geriare, W. 
Gerrare, F*. Geeeneee, V*. 

Arg. three cups uncovered (sometimes beacons, 
cressets, lamps, or pots) sa. flaming pp>-. 
Hebborne, Hebborne, co. Northumberland. 



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3 CUPS cont. 

And with a label of three points gii. Helbokne, 
Durham. But five points. Hebborne, Hard- 
wick, CO. Durham, quartering Hoton. 

Arg. three cups sa. coronetted or. Brandishfield. 

Arg. three cups covered sa. Clener. Neweke. 
Newike. Newlands, Edinburgh. Nowell, 
CO. Hertford, V; Kent; co. Lancaster, W; and 
Sussex. Pulverston, Bromsford, co. Lan- 
caster. Sr. John Strevelyne, W. Warcup. 
Warcupp. And with a crescent for ditf. 
NowELL, Edmonton, Middlesex. 

Arg. three standing cups covered sa. John 
WoLTON, Bishop of Exeter 1579-94; being the 
coat of his maternal grandfather; Harl.MS.b827. 

Az. three standing cups arg. with a boar's head 
issuant from each or. Bowles, Gosberkirk, 
CO. Lincoln. Bowles, Milton-hill, Abingdon. 

Az. three cups covered arg. Bossard. Bussard. 
Conarton or Cornarton, Cornwall. Aleyn de 
KirxoM, P. Kyllam, Danby, W. 

Az. three cups or. MonsireEdmond leBoTELER,r. 
AleynBoTiLERE,Berdene,r. Butler. Killom,!'. 

Az. three standing cups or. Kilmore. 

Az. three cups or with a boar's head pouped issu- 
ant from each arg. Bolle alias Bolles, BoUe 
Hall, and Hough, co. Lincoln. Bolles, Scamp- 
ton ; Baronetcy 1628-1714. Bolles, Thorpe 
Hall; the co-heiresses m. Bosvile and Eyre. 
Bowles, London. 

Az. three cups covered or. Butler, Amberley 
Cnstle, and Warminghurst Sussex; heiresses 
m. Clough. Sr. John Clederow, (error in) V., 
Conarton or Cornarton, Cornwall. Covarton, 
Cornwall, V. Coverton, V*. Fooan, Ireland, 
{error in) V. Heere, York, W. Kelham (an- 
cient). Kellam or K1LI.0ME, Danby, CO. York. 
Lanherne (originally Pincerna ; the heiress 
m. Arundel). Rive, co. Bedford. Schaw, Scot- 
laud. Shaw, Greenock; and Sauchie, Scot- 
lond. Togan, F*. 

Gu. three cups arg. Rauf Argentyne, Y. Mon- 
siredeARGENTYNE,r. SireJohanDARGENTEM,A'^. 

Gu. billetty and three cups with handles arg. 
Goyter. 

Gu. crusily fitchy and three cups arg. Monsire 
William de Argentyne, Y. 

Gu. three ewers arg. Bland. Conduit, V*. 
Reginald, F*. 

Gu. three flagons arg. Euisdail, Scotland. 

Gu. three college pots arg. Argenton, co. Devon. 

Gu. three flower pots with a lily issuant from each 
arg. \Yain, Scotland. 

Gu. three lily pots arg. Argentyne. 

Gu. three flagons uncovered arg. Reginald 
At Conduit, Lord Mayor of London 1334, V. 

Gu. three cups covered arg. Argente, Isle of 
Ely, CO. Cambridge. Argentin and Argentine. 
Argenton. M. Giles de Argentun, D ; but 
D'Argentene, E, or D'ARGENTE\^NE, £, Harl. 
ITS. 6137. Sr.deARGENTYN, F. Argentyne, 
Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 44. Sr. John and Sir Giles 
de Argentyne, i. Ayer. Pagan, Harl. MS. 
1425 fo. 225 b. 

Gu. three flagons covered arg. Blande, F. 

Gu. three cups covered with one handle to each 
arg. Reginald At Conduit, Lord Mayor of 
London 1334-5. 

Gu. crusily botonny and three cups covered arg. 
Saltmarsh, CO. Leicester. But crusily. 
Argenton, CO. Cambridge. Giles de Argentyne, 
L, Harl. MS. 6137. The croslets fitchy. Sir 
Giles Argentyne, Y. 



3 CUPS cont. 

Gu. three cups covered arg. garnished or. M. 
Gills D'Argentine, S. 

Gu. three cups covered or. Butler, Ireland, V. 
Butler, Baron of Carrick or Cahir 1285, Earl 
of Carrick 1299. Sr. John Clederow, Cotton 
MS. Tiberius D 10. Clyderow, V. Pagan, 
Derry Pagan, Faganstown, Monrath, co. Meath ; 
Peltrim, co. Dublin ; Killarney, co. Kerry; and 
CO. Cork. FoGAN, Ireland, Cotton MS. Tibe- 
rius D 10. Togan, F*. Trye, F. 

Or three cups covered az. Eston. 

Or three cups covered gu. Aton. Eston. Estdn'.F. 

Or three urns sa. with flames issuant from each 
ppr. Blandy, Lettcombe Basset, co. Berks. 

Per chev. az. and gu. three cups covered or 
sprinkling salt arg. Company of Salters. 

Per chev. gu. and erm. in chief three cups 
covered or. Pagan, Harl. MS. 1441 fo. 41. 

Per chev. or and az. three cups counterchanged. 
Hardres. 

Per chev. sa. and erm. three cups covered or. 
Faine, Harl. MS. 1441, fo. 41. 

Per chev. vert and erm. three cups covered or. 
Fagan. 

Per pale indented gu. and az. three cups arg. 
with a boar's head erect issuant from each or. 
Bowles, London ; granted 1796. 

Sa. throA covers for cups arg. Koverdaw, 
F*. KovERDEW, F; for Koverdow, Cornwall, 
CottonMS. Tiberius D 10. LovERDAw,Cornwall. 

Sa. three cups arg. Genor or Genore. Gernance. 

Sa. crusily and three cups arg. John de 
Stryveline, Y. But crusily fitchy. Monsire 
John D'EsTRivELYN, r. Strynley. 

Sa. three drinking pots arg. Geriare, co. Lin- 
coln, F. 

Sa. three ewers arg. Butler, F*. Totewhill, 
Cornwall, F. 

Sa. three flagons arg. Totewhill, F*. 

Sa. three pots arg. Stanke. Totewhill, Corn- 
wall. 

Sa. three vases with double handles (sometimes 
called flower pots) arg. Flanke or Slanke, F. 
Slank, F*. 

Sa. three flagons uncovered arg. Butler, Ba- 
bingley, W. 

Sa. three cups covered arg. Danerey. Engijsh. 
Garlynape, Middlesex. Genare,F. Greenacre. 
M. Richard Grenacre, <S. Sr. de Warcop, F. 
Warcoppes, Harl. MS. 6137 fo. 44. Warcup, 
T'*. Warcup, North More, co. Oxford, 1730. 
Warcup, co. York. Warcoape or Warcup, 
Carlisle Herald temp. Mary. Warcupp, Cum- 
berland ; English, and Northmore, co. Oxford. 
Warkhouse. And with an annulet in chief for 
difi'. arg. Grenacre. The annulet in the 
centre for ditf. Robert Grenacre, S. 

Sa. three covered pots with handles arg. Butler. 

Sa. three cups arg. covered or. Symond, F. 
Symonds, White Lady Aston. 

Sa. three cups or. Genor. 

Sa. three standing cups or with a boar's head 
issuant from each arg. Bowles, London. 

Sa. three cups or covered arg. Symonds. 

Sa. three standing cups covered or. Richard 

FlLELL, E. 

Sa. three cups covered per fess or and arg. 

Symonds. 
Vert crusily and three cups covered arg. Sire 

Hamond de Sottone, N. Sir Hamond Sucton, 

L, Harl. MS. 6589. Sulton. 
Vex't crusily and three covered cups or. Sotram. 



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3 CUPS and in chief 

Chief 

Arg. three cup^fapvered az. a chief gu. Ayncotts. 

Az. three cupsncovered or a chief indented arg. 
Lawles. 

Az. three cups covered and a chief or on a canton 
arg. a cross gu. Butler, Exeter ; granted 1670. 
on a Chief Castle 

Arg. three cups covered az.on a chief gu. a tower 
or enclosed by two lions pass, of the first. 
Ayncotes, 

Arg. three cups covered sa. on a chief gu. a castle 
enclosed by two lions pass. or. Ancottes. 
.... Estoiles 

Per pale gu. and az. three cups covered or on a 

chief engr as many estoiles sa. Kelham, 

Bleasby Hall, co. Nottingham; quartering 
Kelham and Langdale. 
Ship 

Az. three covered cups or on a chief arg. a ship 
under sail ppr. a canton gu. charged with the 
mace of the city of London surmounted by a 
sword in saltire ppr. pomel and hilt of the 
second. Shaw, Kilmarnock, co. Ayr; Baro- 
netcy 1809. 
Estoile 

Gu. three cups covered or in the chief point an 
estoile arg. M'Ilvain, Grimet, Scotland. 
Boundle 

Arg. three cups sa. a torteau for difT. Richard 
Geeneacres, Y. 

8 CUPS betw. or within 

Bendlets 

Arg. three cups covered in bend sa. betw. two 
cotises gu. Boteller, Sussex, V. Sr. Andrew 
BoTELLER, V. Butler, Sussex. The cotises 
engr. Joseph Butler, Bishop of Bristol 1738, 
Durham 1750-2; Add. MS. 5798 fo. 51 b. 

Arg. three cups covered in bend betw. two cotises 
sa. BoTELEE, Suffolk. 

Arg. three cups covered in bend betw. two bend- 
lets engr. sa. Butler, Swithland Hall, co. 
Leicester; quartering Danvers. But the cotises 
engr. Botteler or Butler, co. Cambridge, 
1575. Butler, Baron of Newtown-Butler 1715, 
Viscount Lanesborough 1728, Earl 1756 ; quar- 
tering Gobion and Brindsley. 
Bordnre 

Arg. three cups covered within a hordure engr. 
sa. Cliderowe. Clyderowe. 

Arg. three pots gu. within a hordure sa. bezanty. 
Manbucker or Montbucher. 

Arg. three flesh pots gu. within a hordure sa. be- 
zanty. Montbocher. 

Arg. three water pots covered gu. within a hor- 
dure sa. bezanty. Monboucher. 

Arg. three flesh pots gu. within a hordure engr. 
sa. bezanty. Mounteoucher. 

Gu. three cups covered within a bordure engr. 

or. BuTLER,F*. ShELBR0KE,F. SKELBR0KE,Tr. 

Sa. three cups covered or within a bordure engr. 

arg. Norton, Southcreak, Norfolk. 
Sa. three cups covered within a bordure or. 

Boteler, V*. Richard Boteller, Kent, Harl. 

MS. 1453 fo. 17 and 30. Piers Boteixer, V. 

Butler, Kent. 
Crosses 
Vert three cups covered betw. six crosses croslet 

arg. SoTTON, V*. 
Vert three cups covered arg. betw. nine crosses 

croslet (arg., W.) or. Sr. Edraond Sotton, 

Essex, V. 



3 CUPS betw. or within. 



. cont. 



Crosses cont. 
Arg. three cups covered sa. betw. seven crosses 

croslet fiichy gu. Butler, Handley, co. Derby; 

granted 1606. 
Sa. three cups covered betw. seven crosses croslet 

arg. Strevelino. 
Gu. three cups covered betw. eight crosses croslet 

fitchy arg. Chaplin, Weston, co. Northampton. 
Gu. three cups covered betw. nine crosses croslet 

fitchy arg. Argenton. Aegentyne, co. Cam- 
bridge, V. 
Sa. three cups covered betw. nine crosses croslet 

fitchy arg. Strivelin, F*. John Strynley, 

W. John Stryvelyn, F. 
Vert three cups covered betw. ten crosses croslet 

or. Sutton, Essex. 
Ooattes 
Gu. three cups covered betw. as many gouttes 

one and two of the last. College of St. 

Lawrence Poultney, London. 
Palets 
Sa. three covered cups in pale or betw. two palets 

arg. Nayloe, Wakefield, co. York. 

4 CUPS 

Quarterly gu. and or four cups covered counter- 
changed. Langrish or Langrishe, Ireland. 

Quarterly' sa. and or four cups covered counter- 
changed. Langrish, West Ashling, Sussex. 
Langrishe, Khocktopher, co. Kilkenny; Ba- 
ronetcy 1777. 

6 CUPS 

Arg. six cups covered sa. (Quartered by) Andrew 

Butler, T, Harl. MS. 6137. 
Bendy of five arg, and sa. six cups covered as 

the second. Andrew Butler, T,Ashinol. 31S. 

1120. 

On 1 CUSHION 
Sa. on a cushion a dog couchant or. Alaband. 

3 CUSHIONS including Pillows 

Arg. three cushions gu. William Greystok, X. 
WiNCHAKE. Nicol de Wunhale, E. Nichole 
Wymale, X. 

Arg. three lozenge cushions gu. John Becard, 
F. Beoarde. But tasselled or. Becard, V*. 

.^rg. three pillows gu. Earl of Morxy, Fruissart. 

Arg. three oreillers sa. Richard Norton, A'. 

Barry of three gu. and arg. as many cushions of 
the second tasselled or over all on a bend sa. 
gouttes d'or. Lasinby or Lasoney, co. York. 

Barry of six arg. and az. three oreillers (en le 
sovereign barre) in chief gu. John Fleming, 
Layland, Y. Monsire John Fleminge, Y. 

Gu. three cushions arg. Le Baron de Grestoc,£. 

Gu. three square cushions arg. Robert de 
Greystock, lord of Morpeth, V. But tasselled 
or. Baron of Greystock, ob. 1306; in church 
at Greystock, Cumberland. 

Gu. three tasselled lozenge cushions erm. Rich- 
ard Redemaine, Y. Sire Mahteu de Redeman, 
N. Monsire Richard Redman, T. Redman, 
Cumberland. Rcdiman. And with a crescent 
in the centre for diff. arg. Redman ; quarter- 
ing Twysylton, Harl. MS. 1415 fo. 246. Rich- 
ard Redman or Redmayn, Bishop of St. Asaph 
1471, Exeter 1496, Ely 1501-5 ; quartering 
Aldbrough. 

Gu. three cushions erm. tasselled or. Redman, 
CO. Berks; Kent; Harwood, co. York; and 
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3 CUSHIONS cont. 

Gu. three lozenge cushions erm. tasselled or. 
Redman, Harwood Castle, co. York, V ; and 
Cumberland, 1730. Sr. Richard Red"mane, S. 

Gu. three cusliions or. Redman, co. Chester ; 
and CO. York. But tasselled erin. Redman, 
Harwood Castle, co. Yurk. 

Gu. three horielers or. Maheu de Redmain, B. 

Per chev. embattled or and gu. three cushions 
counterchanged. Dunbar, Barmuchetty, Scot- 
land. 

Vert three pillows erm. Hopkinbon, Loflhouse, 
CO. York. 

3 CUSHIONS betw. of within.... 

Arg. three cushions within a double tressure flory 
counterflory gu. Randalph, Earl of Murray, 
1313-46. 

Or three cushions (pendent lozengewise, 
Randolph, Scotland) within a double tressure 
flory counterflory gu. Randolph ; quartered 
hy Dunbar and by Keith. And with a mullet 
for diS'. Dunbar, Mochrum, Scotland. 

On 8 CUSHIONS betw. or within.... 

Bordure 
Or on each of three cushions within a bordure 
gu. a crescent of the first. Melyille, Carn- 
bee, Scotland. 
Tressore 
Or on each of three cushions within a tressure 
flory counterflory gu. a crescent of the first. 
Melville. 

CUTTING KNIFE see Instrament 
CUTLA.8S see Sword 



OANISH-AXE see Axe 

DANSE see Fess dancetty 

OABT see Arrow DEER see Beast 

DELVES see Billets, Blocks, Dice, and Oads 

3 DIBBLES 

Az. three deebles arg. Deeble. 

On 3 DICE 
see also Bars hometty, Billets, Blocks, Cubes, 
and Oads 
Annulets 
Arg. on each of three dice (or billots or blocks 
or cubes or gads) sa. an annulet or. Ambrose, 
CO. Lancaster. 
Az. on each of three dice (or billets or blocks or 
delves) arg. an annulet sa. Paynter, Boskune, 
Cornwall. Paynter, Denmark Hill ; and Rich- 
mond, Surrey. 
Or on each of three dice (or bars huraetty or 
billets or blocks or cubes or gads) sa. an an- 
nulet in the centre arg. Ambesace, 1730. 
Ambrose, Ambrose Hall, co. Lancaster. 
Mullet 
Arg. on each of three dice (or billets or blocks 
or cubes or gads) sa. a mullet as the first. 
Ambrose, co. Lancaster. Trent. 

Boundles Plates 

Arg. on each of three dice (or blocks or cubes) 
az. a plate within an annulet as the first. 
William Ambelas, A, Harl. MS. 6137. 
Or on each of three dice (or blocks or cubes) gu. 

a plate. Ambesace or Ambobaes. 
Or on each of three dice (or blocks or cubes) sa. 
a plate. William Ambesace or Amboraes. 
WiUiani Dambesas, A, Ashmol. MS. 1120. 



On 3 DICE cont. 
Boundles cont. Ogresses 
Gu. on each of three dice in perspective arg. 
eleven ogresses six in front three on the 
sinister side and two on top. Mathias, Lon- 
don ; and Laraphey Court, and Llangwarren, 
CO. Pembroke. 

DISH see Cap and Flatter 
DOQ see Beast DOG-COLLAB see Belt 

D06-IB0N see Instrument 
DOLPHIN see Fish DOSSEB see Bouget 

3 DOVE-HOUSES see also Buildings 
Sa. three dove-houses arg. Sapcote, Elton, co. 
Huntingdon ; Cotton MS. Julius F. 8 fo. 7. 
Sapcotes, Cornwall ; co. Hertford ; and co. 
Lincoln. Sr. John Sapcott, co. Northants, V. 
DBAGON see Monster 
DRAKE and DUCK see Bird 
DRINKING POT see Cup 

EABS 

Arg. three hind's ears gu. Audice. 

EEL see FISH. EELFOT see Basket 

ENDOBSES see Palets 

EBMINE 

For Ermine quartering a obargfed field (with or 

without a charge over all) see Quarterly 

the second and third charged 

Erm. simply. (Ascribed to Geffray, Earl of 
Bretagne and Richmond 1066, whose younger 

■ son, Ribalt was Lord of Middleham ; and to the 
eldest son) Alan or Alban Fergaunt Earl of 
Bretagne, ob. 1089, and his successors until 
Peter de Dreux first Duke of Brittany, and 
Earl, 1219, of Richmond; and ascribed to 
John de Dreux, Earl of Montfort and sixth 
duke : but to his son John ob. 1399, husband 
of Mary Plantagenet daughter of Edward HI, 
Z, 93, 179. Albane. Montfort, granted 1342; 
{erroii). Quinson. St. Hermines. And with 
a crescent in fess gu. (? for difi".). Alban. 

ERMINES 
Ermines simply. Mignon or Roux. 

EBMINE SPOT or MUSCHETOB see Tail 
ESCALLOP 

.... an escallop .... Geofi'rey de Taleeth, 

seal, W. 
Arg. an escallop gu. Prelate, Cirencester, co. 

Gloucester. Prelate, F*. William Prellate, 

CO. Gloucester, V. 
Az. an escallop arg. Boyton or Boytonne. 
Az. an escallop or. Bayton. Boyton or 

Boyttone. Boytonne, V. 
Barry of six arg. and vert an escallop for diff. as 

the first. HoPwooD, Hopwood, co. Lan- 
caster {in error). 
Gu. an escallop arg. Scales. 
Gyronny of eight or and az. an escallop (in error 

for escu.) gu. over all a hasten arg. Ipre, Earl 

of Kent 1141-62. 
Paly of six arg. and vert an escallop for diff". as 

the first. HopwooD, Hopwood, co. Lancaster. 
Per pale arg. and gu. an escallop or. Augusti- 

nian Abbey of St. James at Northampton. 



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ESCALLOP cont. 

Per pale az. and gu. an escallop or. Winch, 
Hannes, co. Bedford. Winche. Wynch, 
Harleford, co. Buckinglmm ; and Haumes, co. 
Bedford ; Baronetcy 1660-1703. 

Per pale su. and gu. an escallop or. Auguslinian 
Priory of St. James at Northampton. 

Quarterly gu. and arg. in the first quarter an 
escallop or. Tymperley, Ipswich, Suffolk. 

Sa. an escallop arg. Travers, Mount Travers, 
' in the Friary Church at Preston, co. Lan- 
caster, in glass and stone', W. 

1 ESCALLOP and in chief 

Bird 

Az. an escallop with a dunghill cock standing 
upon it or. Ottenbuey, co. York. Ottereury. 
Gu. an escallop with a dunghill cock standing 
upon it or. Ottenbuey, Harl. MS. lAO-i fo. 
110; and co. York. 
Birds 
Per chev. engr. erm. and az. an escallop arg. 
within an annulet or in chief three martlets of 
the second. AVintle, co. Gloucester. 
Castles 
Per chev. flory counterflory arg. and sa. an es- 
callop and in chief two (castles, Whitorne) 
towers counterchanged. Whitehorn. 
on a Chief. . ..Birds 
Or an escallop sa. on a chief as the last three 
martlets like the first. (? Wogan.) 
.... Escallops 
Arg. an escallop sa. on a chief as the last three 
escallops as the first. Graham, Ireland. 

Fish 

Or an escallop sa. on a chief wavy of the second 
three dolphins embowed as the first. BuNTiNd, 
W. Buntinge, Norfolk. 

Mullets 

Arg. an escallop gu. on a chief sa. two pierced 
mullets of the first. Sabine, Patricksbourne, 
Kent ; and Ion House, co. Bedford ; granted 
1063. 

Palets 

Barry of four arg. and sa. an escallop silver foi- 
difl'. on a chief of the last two palats as the 
first. Churchman, London. 
Label 
Quarterly erminois and gu. in the first quarter 
an escallop for diff. sa. over all a label of five 
points az. Cheere, Papworth Hall, co. Cam- 
bridge. 
5-Foils 
Az. an escallop and in chief two 5-foils or. 
Livingstone, Mewston. 

1 ESCALLOP betw. or within 

Beasts 

Quarterly or and arg. an escallop betw. four lions 
ramp. sa. Massingbird, co. Lincoln (? error). 
Bendlets 

Or an escallop in chief for diff. sa. betw. two 
bendlets gu. Hanbury Tracy, Baron Sudeley 
1838. Lord Tracy, Ireland, 1730. Tracy, 
Barnstaple, co. Devon ; and Stauway, co. Glou- 
cester. 

Or an escallop (for diff.) sa. betw. two bends ru. 
a label of five points az. Sr. John Tracy, B. 
Crescents 

Or an escallop for diff. betw. three crescents 
within a double tressure flory counterflory gu. 
Seaton, Pethoder, Scotland. 



1 ESCALLOP betw. or within cont. 

5-Foils 
Az. an escallop and in chief two 5-foils or. 
Levingston, Scotland. Livingstone, Mewston. 
Cross 
Az. an escallop within a quarter-pierced cross or 
charged with four escallops as the first and 
cantoned by so many of the second. Hoesi.ey, 
V. 
Gu. an escallop arg. within a quarter-pierced 
cross or cantoned by four escallops of the 
second. Wigott. 

Heads . . ..( Beasts ) Deer 
Arg. an escallop gu. betw. three buck's heads 
cabossed sa. attired or. Tom, Little Peterick, 
I Cornwall. 

I Birds 

j Sa. an escallop betw. three swan's heads erased 

I arg. MiCHEALL. 

Sa. an escallop betw. three swan's heads erased 
or. MiCHEALL. Mitchell, Truro, Cornwall. 

Human figure 

Sa. an escallop or (? for diff'.) betw. three helmels 
close arg. garnished of the second. Kennedy. 
Ireland; granted \G\(^ ; quarterpd by Levinge. 
.... (Monsters ) Griffin 
Sa. an escallop betw. three griffin's heads erased 
gu. Michell, Harlyn, Cornwall ; quartering 
Tregoyes; the heiress m. Peter. 
Pales 
Vert an escallop arg. betw. two pales or. 
Carpenter, co. Somerset; granted 1663. 

1 ESCALLOP betw. or within 

and in chief. . . . 

Arg. an escallop within a bordure and in chief 
two gilliflowers gu. Livingstone, Aberdeen. 
The bordure indented. Livingstone, Bal- 
rowan. 

1 ESCALLOP betw. or within 

and in base .... 
Beast .... Lion 
Sa. an escallop betw. two estoiles or in base a 
lion pass. arg. Taylor, Portsmouth, co. Hants; 
granted 1758. 

....Wolf 
Gu. an escallop betw. two horseshoes and in base 
a wolf pass, reguard. or. Smith, East Bourne, 
Sussex; (/rajitfd 1750. 

2 ESCALLOPS 

Quarterly gu. and or two escallops arg. Ayrton. 
Linford. 

2 ESCALLOPS and in base 

Beast 
Barry wavy of seven arg. and az. two escallops of 
the second in l)ase a lion ramp. or. Field, 
Heaton Hall, Helmesley Lodge, and "Weston 
House, CO. York ; quartering Wilmer, Thweng, 
Bruce, etc. 
Pbeon 
Per fess gu. and arg. two escallops or and in base 
a pheon az. Phin, Whitehill, Scotland. 

2 ESCALLOPS betw. or within 

Bars 

Arg. two escallops az. betw. as many bars gu. 

over all a bend sa. charged with three martlets 

or. Martindale, quartered by Vale. 
Bendlets 
.A.Z. two escallops betw. as many bendlets and 

lour other escallops two and two arg. Cruse, 

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2 ESCALLOPS betw. or within cont. 

Birds 
Per saltire or and arg. two escallops in fess betw. 
as many moorcocks in pale sa. More, co. 
Bedford. 
Mallets 
Gu. two escallops in fess arg. betw. as many six- 
pointed mullets in pale or. Tonno. 

3 ESCALLOPS 

.... three escallops .... in the centre a crescent 
for diff. Dacres. 

.... three escallops .... Hulls, co. Somerset; 
and CO. Dorset. 

Arg. three escallops .... Augustinian Priory at 
Old Buckenham, Norfolk. 

Arg. three escallops az. Syme. Trovemeb. 

Arg. three escallops gu. Alrey. Barnaby, 1730. 
Chidcroft. Chynedon. Clavedon. Clivedon, 
V*. Clynedon or Clifton, co. Northampton. 
Sr. Thomas Clyvedon, co. Northampton, V. 
John Clyvedon, X. Piers De la Hay, X. 
Holden. Kelke, Barnaby, co. Lincoln. 

Arg. three escallops sa. Arnaway Arneway or 
Arnold, co. Buckingham. Arneway, V. 
Arnway. Holdon. Lowdham, Suffolk, 
Strickland, co. Lancaster. 

Arg. three escallops sa. the one in base debruised 
by a pale gu. over all a chev. of the second. 
Dardes, Ireland. 

Az. three escallops arg. Trill, Cornwall. And 
with a mullet for diff. Pringle, London, Ba- 
ronetcy 1766-82. ScHELLEY, F*. John 
Shelley, V. 

Az. three escallops or. Deaudon, Deaudon, co. 
Devon ; a heiress m. Malet, Collimon, Somer- 
set, i, 90. DeDENDON. HARFI.EETOrHARTFLEET, 

Hartfield, 1730. Hartfleet, co. Kent. 
JoscELiNE or JosLiN, Mount Tregamenian, 
Cornwall. Malet, Ash, in Iddesleigh, co. 
Devon. Malet, Wilbury House, co. Wilts; 
Baronetcy 1791. Malet or Mallet, Cornwall; 
CO. Devon; and Audres,co. Somerset, Mallet, 
St. Andrew's, in Quantoxhead, co. Somerset. 
Sr. Bawdwyn Mallet, V. Pringle, Stitchel 
House, CO. Roxburgh ; Baronetcy 1683. Be- 
nedictine Abbey of St. James's at Reading, U; 
Leland, Collect, i, 31, 69. Tibbell, South 
Okingdon, Essex. 

Az. three escallops in pale or. Symes, Collinson, 
Somerset, ii, 238. 9tmmes or Symes, Chard, 
and Ponsted, co. Somerset. 

Az. three escallops vair. BosiSTow or Bosustowe, 
Bosistow, Cornwall. 

Barry of four or and az. in chief three escallops 
Ru. Clebke. But harry of five. Clarke, co. 
Somerset ; and London. 

Barry of fifteen gu. and arg. three escallops of 
the second. Sr. John de Seyntlo, M. 

Cbequy gu. and arg. three escallops in bend or. 
Gaston. F*. Goston, Kent, F. 

Erm. three escallops gu. Clenedon, co. So- 
merset. Dewhurst, Middlesex ; and Dew- 
hurst, CO. Lancaster. Plompton. 

Erm. three escallops or. Drwyherst, F*. 

Gu. three escallops arg. Sire William de Acre, 
N. Acre or D'Acre. Le Sire D'Acre, Y. 
Charney. L. S. de Dacre, S. Dacre, quar- 
tered by Howard. Dacre, F*. Dacre, Cum- 
berland ; and Westmoreland. Dacres, Hol- 
bycbe, co. Lincoln. Lord Dacres, Gilleslaud, 
Z, 541. Sr. Randolph Daker ab origine 
Gernet, V. William Dakere, G, Premon- 



8 ESCALLOPS cont. 
stratensian Abbey at Egleston, co. York. 
EscAi.ES. Gerneth. Keppel, F*. Keppel 
Baron Arnford, Viscount Bury, and Earl of 
Albemarle 1695. Sire Henry de Pheyers, N. 
Prior Pryer or Pryor. Sr. Walter de' 
Ridmore, L. Shelton, co. Stafford, 1716. 
Westley. And with a martlet for diff. Fre- 
derick Keppel, Bishop of Exeter 1762-77. 

Gu. semy of 3-foils or three escallops arg. Sire 
Edmon de Acre, N. 

Gu. three escallops erm. Germyn. 

Gu. crusily fitchy or three escallops erm. Wil- 
liam Davenant, Davenant, Essex ; granted 
1588, IF. 

Gu. three escallops or. Akers, West Indies. 
Chamberlayn. Sir John de Chamberlen, I. 
Martin Chambebleyn, B. Herbert le 
Chamberleyn, B. Sir John Chambeleyne, J, 
Harl. MS. 6589. Chambley or Chambly. De 
Marais De Marys De Marisco Dumabesqde 
or Du Mareys, Jersey. Erlegh, co. Somerset. 
Gerneth. Pale, 1730. Palmer, F. Prayers 
or Pryers, Rutland. 

Gu. crusily fitchy and three escallops or. 
Davenant, F*. 

Or three escallops gu. Harbotell, Northum- 
berland. Harbottle. 

Or three escallops in chief gu. Sleath. 

Or three escallops in chief sa. Spilsbury. 

Per chev. embattled arg. and gu. three escallops 
counterchanged. Hudson, Melton Mowbray, 
CO. Leicester; Baronetcy 1660. 

Per chev. arg. and sa. three escallops counter- 
changed. Crosbie. 

Per chev. az. and or three escallops counter- 
changed. SMiTH.Denby.co.Derby; grantedldSi. 

Per chev. gu. and az. three escallops erm. 
Norham, F. Nobman. 

Per chev. or and sa. three escallops counter- 
changed. Brindesley Bbindsley or Brinsley. 

Per chev. sa. and az. three escallops arg. 
Trillo or Trippoke, Cornwall, V. Tripoke. 
Tryppack, Harl. MS. 1404, fo. 66. 

Per chev. vert and or three escallops counter- 
changed.' Leving or Levinge. 

Per chief indented az. and or three escallops 
in bend counterchanged. Butler, Baron 
Dunboyne, 1541. 

Per fess indented or and gu. three escallops 
counterchanged. Burgin. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. three escallops counter- 
changed. Kelk, Walsoken House, Norfolk. 

Sa. three escallops arg. Bisse, co. Somerset. 
Craven. Eastcott. Selton. Shelton, 
West Bromwich ; co. Stafford ; Erdeswick. 
Thomas Stirkelant),X. Sr. Tbos. Strickland, 
CO. York ; F. William Strickland, Bishop of 
Carlisle 1400-19. M. Wauter Strykelande, S. 
Sr. Wauter de Styrkeland, M. 

Sa. three escallops in bend arg. Webb, Clifford, 
CO. Somerset; granted by Cooke, W. 

Sa. three escallops in pale arg. Biss, Durham ; 
and CO. Somerset. James Bisse, Atcombe, co. 
Somerset ; granted by Cooke, W. Bisse, Spar- 
grove, and Westcombe ; Collinson, Somerset, 
iii, 467. Philip Bisse, Bishop of St. David's 
1710, Hereford 1713-21. Bysse. 

Sa. three escallops or. Brookes or Brooks, 
Scotland. Fallowfield, Cumberland. Walcot, 
1730. WiLDECOT, F*. Sir Wm. Waldecott,F. 

Sa. three escallops in pale or. Keogh, Ireland. 

Vert three escallops arg. Anlev. 

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3 ESCALLOPS and in chief 

Bird 

Arg. three escallops two and one and in cbief an 
eagle displ. double headed sa. William Pope, V. 
Canton 
Sa. three escallops in pale arg. a canton erm. and 
a crescent for diflf. or. BissE,- Ireland ; granted 
25 May, 1037. 
Chief 
Arg. three escallops and a chief gu. HiLTON. 

on a Chief Beast 

Gn. three escallops or on a chief arg. a wolf pass, 
sa. Cattle, co. Lancaster. 

Bird 

Gn. three escallops in bend nrg. on a chief of the 
second a martlet sa. Stalling, CoUinson, 
Somerset, iii, 59.S. 

.... Crosses 
Arg. three escallops gu. on a chief az. as many 
crosses croslet or. Genflor or G;enslor. 
Henry Genslwyk, F. Genstwar, V. : 
Mitres 
Az. three escallops or in chief two mitres ppr. 
Benedictine Abbey of St. James at Reading. 

3 ESCALLOPS and in base 

Arg. three escallops sa. in base a lion ramp. gu. 

Clxjtterbuck, Stanmore, Middlesex. 
Az. three escallops and in base a lion ramp. arg. 

Clutteebuck, Northumberland ; descended 

like Clutterbuck, Ireland; and . Cornwall, 

from Clutterbuck, Eastington, co. Gloucester. 

Clutterbuck, co. Gloucester. Clutterbuck, 

Harnish House, co. Wilts. 
Az. three escallops or in base a lion ramp. arg. 

Clutterbuck. 

3 ESCALLOPS betw. or within.... 

Beasts . .. .Lions 

Arfr. three escallops in fess sa. betw. as many 
lions ramp. gu. Ponsford, Exeter; granted 
1710. 

Bendlets or Cotises 

Arg. thrte escallops in bend gu. betw. two bend- 
lets sa. Delahay. De la Hay, V. De la 
Have. 

Arg. three escallops in bend sa. betw. two cotises 
gu. Piers Delahay, X. Hay. 

Az. three escallops betw. two cotises arg. and 
three fleurs-de-lis or. Hamsted, V. 

Gu. three escallops az. betw. two bendlets vair. 
Brafield. Beayfield. 

Or three escallops gu. betw. two bendlets sa. and 
as many escucheons .... De la Hay, W. 

Or three escallops sa. betw. two bendlets gu. 
Tracy. 

Or three escallops betw. two bendlets and six 
escallops gu. Tracy, V. Tresse, V*. Wil- 
liam Trasi, E; and with seven escallops, E, 
Harl. MS. 6137. 
Bordare 

Arg. three escallops gn. within a bordure engr. 
sa. Clenedon, co. Wilts. 

Az. three escallops within a bordure arg. charged 
with eight crosses croslet fitchygu. Melborne; 
granted 1615. 

Az. three escallops within a bordure engr. arg. 
charged with eleven crosses croslet gu. {Con- 
firmed to) Richard Milbourne, Bishop of St. 
David's 1615. Carlisle 1621. The crosses cros- 
let fitchy. Malbourne ; confirmed June 1615. 

Az. three escallops within a bordure engr. or. 
Pringle, Greenknow, Scotland. 



3 ESCALLOPS betw. or within cont. 

Bordare cont. 

Gu. three escallops within a bordure engr. arg. 
Earl, V*. Earl, Swallowfield Place, co. Berks. 
Earl or Eklley. Earle, Topsfield, Essex ; 
and Craglethorpe, co. Lincoln. Erle, Beck- 
ington, CO. Somerset; Ashburton, co. Devon ; 
and Cbarborough, co. Dorset ; the heiresses 
m. Erie and Drax. Erleigh, CoUinson, So- 
merset, ii, 200. John de Erlley, V. And 
with an annulet or in the centre for diflf. 
Earle, Boston, co. Lincoln. 

Sa. three escallops within a bordure engr. arg. 
Stirkland or Strickland, Sizergh, Westmore- 
land; quartering Newc41, Alf'ord, and Trent- 
ham. William Strickland, Bishop of Carlisle 
1400-19. Strickland, Cumberland 1615 ; and 
Thornton Bridge, co. York. 

Chevrons 
Arg. three escallops vert betw. two chev. sa. 

AsHFORD, CO. Devon, V. 
Per chev. gu. and az. three escallops or within 

two chevronels erm. betw. as many swans in 

chief and a lion ramp, in base arg. Brindley, 

Union Hall, co. Stafford. 
Chief 
Per chev. arg. and purp. in chief three escallops 

az. on a chief of the second a cross formy 

betw. two griffin's heads erased of the first in 

base a griffin's head erased or. Gardner or 

Gardener, London. 
Crosses 
.... three escallops .... betw. seven crosses 

croslet fitchy .... David de Graham, Oving- 

ton, CO. York. 
Gu. three escallops erm. betw. eight crosses 

croslet fitchy or. Davenant, Davenant, Essex. 
Gu. three escallops betw. nine crosses croslet 

fitchy or. Davenant, V*. 
Gu. three escallops arg. betw. nine crosses croslet 

fitchy or. Davenant or D'Avenant, co. Oxford. 
Gu. three escallops erm. betw. nine crosses cros- 
let fitchy or. William Davenant, Davenant, 

Essex ; granted 1588, W. 
Gu. three escallops betw. crosses crusily fitchy or 

a crescent for diff. John Davenant, Bishop 

of Salisbury 1621-41. 
Flaunches 
Arg. three escallops in pale betw. two flaunches 

az. Clarke, co. Hants, W. The flaunches 

goutty d'or. Clarke, W. 
Az. three escallops in pale or betw. two flaunches 

erm. Clarke, Swanswick, co. Somerset ; and 

Hyde Hall, co. Chester; quartering Hyde. 

Clarke, Soraershall, W ; and Chilcote, and 

Sutton, CO. Derby ; the heiresses m. Price and 

Butler. 
Az. three escallops in pale or betw. two flaunches 

erm. each charged with a cross patty fitchy gu. 

Clarke, quartered by Jervoise. 
S-Foils 
Gu. three escallops betw. nine 3-foils slipped 

three three two and one arg. Acre. 

3 ESCALLOPS betw. or within 

and in chief 

on a Chief Beasts 

Az. three escallops in pale or betw. two flaunches 
erm. on a chief arg. three lions ramp, of the 
first. Clarke, CO. Salop, 71^ Clerke, London, 
1633-4 ; Harl. MS. 1358, fo. 65 b. The lions 
ramp, guard. Clarke, Shrewsbury. 



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3 ESCALLOPS betw. or within .... cont. 

and in chief. . . . 
on a Chief eont. Heads 

Arg. three escallops in pale betw. two flaunches 
az. goutty d'or on a chief of the second a bull's 
head couped as the third betw. two martlets 
like the first. Clarke, co. Hants. 

4 ESCALLOPS 

Gu. four escallops in cross the tops at the centre 
rueeiingor. Adbian, F*. John Adryan, Lord 
Mayor of London 1270 and 1271, W. 

Quarterly gu. and arg. four escallops counter- 
changed. Burton, Essex, 1570. Burton, 
Eastbourne. John Burton, Castlebowrne, 
Sussex; granted 1570, W. 

Quarterly or and gu. four escallops counter- 
changed. Meested, called Olsted,F. Meksted 
or Notsted, Harl. MS. 1407. Metsted, co. 
Devon. Andrew Metsted, Y. Monsire de 
Metsted, Y. 

Vert four escallops in cross the tops at the centre 
meeting arg. Wenselaqhe or Wenslaye, 
Brandesburton, co. York. 

Vert four escallops in cross the tops at the centre 
meeting or. Wencelaugh, Brandsburton, co. 
York, 1584 ; W. 

6 ESCALLOPS 

Arg. five escallops in cross az. Bonnet. 

Az. five escallops two two and one arg. Rowton, 
17 TO. 

Az. five escallops in cross or. Barker, Hopton 
Castle, W; and Wollerton, co. Salop. Barker, 
Fairford Park, co. Gloucester; quartering Ray- 
mond. 

Az. five escallops in saltire or. Ratesden, 1730. 

Az. five escallops two two two and or. Shoreviue, 
1730. Shorevillk. 

Az. five escallops in saltire or. Barker, Colds- 
hurst, CO. Salop, W. 

Chequy of nine gu, and or five escallops as the 
last. Wigott, F*. Wygott, W. 

Gu. five escallops two two and one arg. Brimpton, 
Brimpton, co. Berks. Escales. William 
Stokes, Brampton, F. 

Gu. five escallops or. Stoke or Stokes. 

Gu. five escallops three and two or. Brampton. 

Gu. five escallops in cross or. Walter Jobson, 
Snayth, co. York ; granted by Cooke, IF. 

Gu. five escallops in saltire or. Jobson, F*. 

Or five escallops in cross gu. Creasy. 

Vert five escallops in saltire arg. Holbech, V. 
HOLBECHE, F*. 

6 ESCALLOPS 

Arg. six escallops sa. Ridlesford. 

Az. six escallops arg. Ratilisdon or Ratisdon. 

Sir John Ratillisdon, F. Ronton. 
Az. six escallops or. Methoulde or Methwold, 

Longford, and Ringsworlh, Norfolk. 
Az. six escallops three two and one or. Bonyton 

or BoYNTON, Sufi"olk. Boyton, Sussex. Sr. 

William Boyton, SufiFolk, temp. Edward I, F. 
Bendy of five az. and arg. six escallops two two 

and two of the last. Cruse, Ireland, F. 
Erm. six escallops three two and one gu. Parker, 

Syberswold, Kent; confirmed 1588. 
Gu. six escallops three and three .... Amiel. 
Gu. six escallops three two and one over all 

a bend az. Scales. 
Gu. six escallops arg. Catley or Cattley. 

Sire Robert de Eschales, N. Sr. Robert de 

Scales, H. 



6 ESCALLOPS cont. 

Gu. six escallops three two and one arg. Sire 
Roberd de Escales, J. Sir Robert Escales, I. 
Robert de Escalis, G. Scaife, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. Scales, Barony 1299. Scales, Scot- 
land. Le S. de Scales, T; Y. Le S. Le 
Scales, S. Robert de Scales, K. Scales, 
Middleton, Norfolk, Shales. 

Gu. six escallops or. Brymton. Stokes, F*. 

Gu. six escallops three two and one or. Scales, 
Barony 1299. 

Per pale gu. and az. six escallops three two and 
one or. Fulchampe. 

Per pale sa. and az. six escallops (in orle, 
FouLCHAMP, Harl. 3IS. 1404 fo. 25) three two 
and one arg. Foulchampe. 

Quarterly gu. and or {although in judgment 14 
November 1378 or and gu.) six escallops arg. 
Massey, Denleld, Harl. MS. 1535 fo, 99 ; and 
Audlem, co. Chester : but Massey, Tatton ; the 
heiress m. Stanley; Harl. MS. 1424 fo. 99. 
Massy, F. With a crescent in centre for difi". 
Massey, Dychehouse. But with a mullet in 
the centre for difi". sa. Massey, Denfeld, 
Harl. MS. 1424 fo. 99. 

Sa. six escallops three two and one arg. EscoT. 
Escott. Estcot, Launceston, Cornwall. Sr. 
Hugh de EsTOKE or Estote, F. 

Sa. six escallops three two and one or. Eastoft, 
Eastoft. Escot, Cornwall. Hugh Esshcote, 
X. EsTEOTE EsTOFT and EsTOTEs, CO. Lincoln. 

Vert six escallops arg. Hoi^ech, Holbech, co. 
Lincoln ; Farnborough, co. Warwick ; and Mol- 
lington, CO. Oxford; quartering AUington. 
Thorle, V*. Thorley. 

6 ESCALLOPS and in chief.... 

Gu. six escallops three two and one arg. a chief 
embattled of the second. Griffith. 

6 ESCALLOPS betw, or within.... 

Barry of five gu. and erm. six escallops or three 
two and one within a bordure as the second. 
Sir .... Dabrigecourte, F. 

Vert six escallops arg. within a bordure az. 
charged with eight fleurs-de-lis or. Holbiche. 

7 ESCALLOPS 

Az. seven escallops or. Methoulde or Methwold, 

Longford, and Ringworth, Norfolk. 
Erm. seven escallops four two and one gu. John 

Parker, Sibersweld, Kent ; granted by Cooke, 

W. 

8 ESCALLOPS 

Az. eight escallops or. Methoulde or Methwold, 
Longford, and Ringworth, Norfolk. 

Barry of five or and gu. eight escallops az. 
Prew or Proe. 

9 ESCALLOPS 

Az. nine escallops three three two and one or. 

Methwold, V*. 
Bendy of five or and gu. nine escallops of the 

second. Tracy, F. William Trasi,£. Tresse, 

F*. 
Chequy of nine az. and or as many escallops 

counterchanged. Horsley, F. 

9 ESCALLOPS and in chief 

Arg. nine escallops three three and three sa. on 
a canton gu. a pierced mullet or. Christopher 
KiNGScoTT, Kingscott, co. Gloucester, IF. 



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10 ESCALLOPS 

Arg. ten escallops four three two and one s&. 

BuESLEM ; quartering Godolphin. 

Arg. ten escallops four tbree two and one vert. 
Thurlby, Loudon ; and Northampton, 1634. 

Bendy of five or and gu. ten escallops of the se- 
cond. William Teasi, E, Harl. MS. 6137, 

Erm. ten escallops four three two and one gu. 
Parkeh, Sibbersweld, Kent; Harl. 3IS. 1453 
fo. 56. 

Gu. ten escallops arg. Robert D'Escales, E. 

Sa. ten escallops or. Hue de Estcote, F. 

Vert ten escallops four three two and one arg. 
SxANiER, Leaton, and St. James's, Bridgenorth, 
CO. Salop. Stonehewer. Thorle, V. Thorlby 
or Thorley, Scotland. Thorland, co. York. 

Vert ten escallops or. Thomas Thirlby, Bishop 
ofWestminsterl541,Norwichl550,Elyl554-59. 

10 ESCALLOPS and in chief. . . . 

Arg. ten escallops four three two and one sa. on 
a canton gu. a mullet pierced or. Kinsscote, 
Kingscote, co. Gloucester. John Kingscote, 
Bishop of Carlisle 1462-3. 

12 ESCALLOPS 

Gu. twelve escallops in orle or. Deladowne, 

London. 
Or twelve escallops two three two three and two 

gu. Deladowne, London; granted 1591: 

Harl. MS. 1453 fo. 48. 

ESCALLOPS nnnnmbered 

Az. semy of escallops or. Sire William de 

Boytone, N. 
Gu. semy of escallops arg. over all a bend vair. 

Sire Robert Beaupel, N. 
Or semy of escallops gu. John de la Downe, 

London ; granted 1591, W. 

ESCABBUNCLE 

of eight rays and pierced in the centre, unless 

otherwise described. 

see Annulet. 

Arg. an escarbuncle or over all an escucheon sa. 

Cleve. 
Arg. an escarbuncle sa. Bothor. Cleve. 
Az. an escarbuncle of (six, V*) eight rays arg. 

over all a fess as the second. Pheipowe, Ire- 
land, V. Phepon, Harl. MS. 1441. Pherpowe, 

V*. Pheypowe or Phisey, Ireland. 
J hz. an escarbuncle or. Sire Fraunceis de 

Haxtham, O. 
Barry of five arg. and az. an escarbuncle gu. 

Blount. Butnowedor. BLOONT.co.Gloucester. 
Barry ot five arg. and az. an escarbuncle gu. 

poraetty and flory or. Blount. 
Barry of five arg. and az. an escarbuncle or. 

Blount, London ; and co. Gloucester. 
Barry of six arg. and az. an escarbuncle or. Sir 

Nicholas Gray, ifarM/yS. 1386 fo.89. GEAYE,Jr. 
Barry of six az. and arg. over all an escarbuncle 

or. Graye, V*. 
/Gu. an escarbuncle or. Mandeville. Navarre, 

Z, 270. Navere, Cotton MS. Tiberius D lU. 
Gu. an escarbuncle or over all an escu. arg. 

Duke of Cleves, Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10 

fo. 969. 
Gu. an escarbuncle of six points or. Naverne, 

quartered by Evreux ; i. e. Navarre, cc. 1328- 

84 ; Harl. MS. 6829 fo. 46. 
Gyronny of eight gu. and arg. an escarbuncle sa. 

Mandeville. 



ESCABBTJNCLE cont. 

Or an escarbuncle sa. Apifer. 

Per chief arg. and gu. over all an escarbuncle 
or. Andegarvia, Z, 519. (The ancient coat 
of) Anjou, V. Bromestalke ; i. e., Geoffry 
Plantagenet Martel, Earl of Anjou; Z, 34; 
father of Henry II; sometimes with over all 
an escucheon gu. two lions pass, guard, or. 

Per pale az. and gu. an escarbuncle or. Messire 
Ondert de Lylle, Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10. 

Quarterly arg. and gu. over all an escarbuncle or. 
Magnavii.e or Mandeville ; adding the escar- 
buncle on creation as Earl of Kent 1148, Gough, 
i, 24, from Chronicle of Walden Abbey. 

Quarterly az. and gu. over all an escarbuncle or. 
Ondert, Hari.JfS. 1404 fo. 110. Onedert. 
Ordeit. 

Quarterly or and gu. over all an escarbuncle sa. 
Mandevile, V : Earl of Essex {granted ?) 
1139: Harl. MS. 1407 fo. 22. 

Quarterly gu. and vert over all an escarbuncle or. 
Wigenhale, St. German's Wigenbale, Essex. 

Sa. an escarbuncle or. Ruthefos, Cornwall. 
But with twelve rays. Ruthfio, Cornwall, W. 

1 ESCABBTJNCLE and in chief.... 

Per pale arg. and or an escarbuncle az. on a chief 
nebuly of the last a ducal crown betw. two 
escallops as the second. Taylor, Todmorden 
Hall, CO. Lancaster, quartering Crossley. 

1 ESCABBTJNCLE betw. or within 

Bordure 
Arg. an escarbuncle pometty flory throughout 

within a bordure gu. Cleves ; Z, 489. 
Or an escarbuncle sa. within a bordure engr. of 

the last. (A quartering of) Tendirden, V. 
Estoiles 
Gu. an escarbuncle betw. two estoiles or. Harold, 

Suflblk. 
Gu. an escarbuncle betw. three estoiles arg. 

Haeolde, Harl. MS. 4632, fo. 43 b. 
Gu. an escarbuncle or betw. three estoiles the 

two in chief gold the other arg. a label of three 

points silver. Harrold, Harl. MS. 21 20 fo. 29. 
Gu. an escarbuncle betw. three estoiles or. 

Harold, Ireland. Harrold, Harl. 3IS. 1425 

fo. 212 b. Harvard and Harwood, Harl. MS. 

1425 fo. 227. 
S-Foils 
Per pale gu. and vert an escarbuncle or betw 

5-foils in orle arg. Jugg, London. 
Mullets 
Gu. an escarbuncle arg. betw. three six-pointed 

mullets or. Harolde, Dublin ; Harl. MS. 1425 

fo. 218 6. 
Gu. an escarbuncle or betw. three six-pointed 

mullets arg. a label of as many points silver. 

Harrold, HaW. 31 S. 5866 fo. 7 and 6096 fo.l3, 
Gu. an escarbuncle betw. three six pointed mul- 
lets or, Harrold, Harl. MS. 5666 fo. 18, 

On 1 ESCABBUNCLE 

4-Foil 

Quarterly gu. and arg. over all an escarbuncle sa. 

oppressed by a 4foil quarterly arg. and gu. 

Sr. Getirey Mandevile, P^arl of Essex, founder 

of the Abbey of St. John at Colchester ; Cotton 

MS. Tiberius D 10. 
5 -Foil 
Gu. on an escarbuncle or a 5-foil .... William 

Earl of Flanders 1127-8; Z, 17. 



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685 



On 1 ESCABBUNCLE cont. 

Botmdles 
Barry of four arg. and az. on an escarbuncle gu. 
bezants. Edward Blount, Mangerfeild, V ; 
CO. Gloucester, W. 

3 ESCABBTTNCLES 

Gu. three escarbnncles arg. Josselyn. 
Gu. three escarbuncles or. Joskyn. 

1 ESCBOLL and in base .... 

Arg. in chiefon an escrollsa. the word" Emmanuel'' 
or in base a lion ramp. az. holding in the dexter 
paw a chaplel of laurel vert. Emmanuel 
College, Cambridge. 

ESCUCHEON 

excepting escncheons that are barry, bendy, 

chequy, chevro nelly, fretty, fnsily, gyronny, 

lozengy, paly, parted, quarterly, or vair; 

for such see BORDITBE : see also 

TAEGET. 

False escucheon in Rolls B, C, H, is an ORLE : 

but in Roll Fis an escucheon : forescucheons 

voided of Roll Y, etc., see ORLE. 

Arg. an escu. az. Bartron. Mons. Thomas 
Stragextff, W. Steaguff, V*. 

Arg. au escu. erm. Bazin, London. 

Arg. an escu. ermines. With, V*. Morice 
Withe, V. Wyth, V*. 

Arg. an escu. gu. Allison. Sire de Bubre, W. 
Conestable de Flanders; A, Harl. MS. tii37. 
HoESTON, Harl. MS. 1404. Hoston. Ursling. 

Arg. an escu. gu. over all a baston sa. Sire Ro- 
bert Crey, L ; or De La Ceey, £., Harl. MS. 
2213 and 6589 ; but De Le Grey, L, Harl. MS. 
0148. 

Arg. an escu. gu. over all a bend sa. Sire Ro- 
berta de Lacy, N. Lacy, V*; and co. Cambridge. 
Lacye, CO. Devon; Harl. MS. 1404. But a 
bendlet. Sir Robert de Lacy, co. Cambridge, 
temp. Edward I, V. 

Arg. frett}' sa. an escu. gu. Rever. Revebs. 
i3e La River, V. Richard de la River, Y. 
Sir William Rivers, F. Ryvers, V*. 

Arg. an escu. sa. Barington or Berington, 
Moresborough, co. Chester, Harl. MS. 1535 fo. 
8. Bass. Darcie. Fulthorpe. Loudoun. 

Arg. an escu. sa. over all an escarbuncle or. 
Frederick Duke of Schomberg. 

Az. an escu. arg. Aleston. Allanson. Allenson, 
Harl. MS. 1404. Eltham, Cornwall. Sire de 
Gaigancourt, W. Le Chastelin de Gaunt, Y, 
Gaygancourt, F*. Harleston, F; and Harl. 
MS. 1404. Walter de Tupigni, A-, or de 
TupiGNY, W. Sire de Wanhyn, W. And with 
a label of five points gu. Robert de Waverey, 
W. Waweryn. 

Az. an escu. arg. over all a bend engr. gu. 
Constable, F*. Le Constable de Flanders; 
Harl. MS. 6137, and W. 

Az. an escu. or. Bartbum, Essex ; Harl. MS. 
1404. Berteam, Lord of Mitford. Gyles 
Copeigne, W. Harleston. 

Barry of six or and sa. an escu. erm. Bobs or 

BORSEY. 

Barry of seven or and gu. an escu. in the dexter 
chief erm. Sir .... de Martyn, V. Maetin, 
Kent; and co. York. Maeton, Capenwray 
Hall, CO. Lancaster. 

Barry embattled of nine arg. and sa. an escu. gu. 
Straiton, Laureston, Scotland. Steaton, Scot- 
land. 



Adam de 

Rondell, 



ESCUCHEON cont. 

Chequy or and gu. an escu. erm. 
Caili, E, 

Compouy or and sa. an escu. erm, 
Harl. MS. 1441. 

Erm. an escucheon arg. Blanckfeont or 
Blaenekfront. 

Erm. an escu. az. Rockley. Rokeby. Rokeley, 
F; and Hari.il/fir. 1404. Rote. 

Erm. an escu. gu. Balgoill. Holgrave, F. 
HoLGREVE Hulgrave Hulgeeeve Or 
Hulgeeve. 

Erm. an escu. gu. over all a (bend, F*) bendlet 
sa. William Bennet, V. 

Erm. an escu. gu. over all a bend engr. sa. 
Bennet, Norfolk, 

Erm. fretty sa. an escu. gu. Monsire Richard 
Delaryveb, Y. 

Gu. an escu. arg. Sire Johan de Baylolf, N. 

Gu. an escu. arg. over all an escarbuncle of eight 
staves pometty flory (of the first, Z, 489, but?) 
or. Cleve, as borne by Anne, daughter of 
John III, duke of Cleve, and fourth wife of 
Henry VIII; quartering Juliers, Schwarzen- 
berg, Berg, Lamarck, Luxemburg, and Ravens- 
berg. But on the escarbuncle a hurt. Duke 
of Clbves, Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10 fo. 664. 

Gu. an escu. arg. over all a bend sinister erm. 
Henry de Mebkington, Y. 

Gu. an escu. arg. over all a bend sa. Quixley or 

QOYXLEY. 

Gu.an escu. erm. Hundescot. Sr.de Hundescott, 

F; and Harl. MS. 1404. Sire de Hundiscote, 

D. Hundscot. 
Gyronny of eight az. and or an escu. arg. Syr 

Peter de Spayne, Q. 
Gyronny of eight or and az. an escu. arg. 

Despayne. Landon, Cheshunt, co. Hertford; 

quartering Palmer. Landon, Wales; Harl. MS. 

1977 fo. 2L 
Gyronny of eight or and az. an escu. gu. (At- 
tributed to) Matilda of Flanders, wife of 

William I, Z, 2, 16, 519. 
Gyronny of eight or and az. an escu. gu. over all 

a baston arg. William de Ipre, Earl of Kent 

1141-62; Burke, Extinct Peerage. 
Gyronny of eight or and az. an escu. sa. 

M'CuLLUM, Scotland. 
Gyronny of ten gu. and az. an escu over 

all a baston sinister couped arg. Ypbes. 
Gyronny of ten or and az. an escu. gu. over all a 

baston sinister arg. D'Ipue, Kent. Dypres. 

William de Ipres, Earl of Kent 1141-62; 

Bankes. The baston couped. Dypre. 
Gyronny of twelve arg. and gu. an escu. or. 

Elers, Chelsea, Middlesex. 

Or an escu Brayne, Aston Mondrem. 

Or an escu. az. Bartbum, Cum berland,Hari. MS. 

1404. Beeteam. Buttol. Hebtham. 
Or an escu. az. over all a bendlet compony gu. 

and arg. Le Sr. Dansert, W. 
Or an escu. gu. Constable, F*. Constantino 

deFiANDERis; A, Ashmol. MS. Constable of 

Flaundees, W. 
Or an escu. sa. Herwesell. 
Or an escu. vert over all a bend compony gu. and 

arg. Walchange or Walhang. 
Quarterly or and gu. an escu. sa. Fitz^Piers. 
Sa. an escu. erm. Bafyn, F, 

1404. 

Sa. fretty arg. an escu. gu. Boyes. 
Vair an escu. or. Gwine. Gwyn. Robert 

Gynes, F. 



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AN ORDINARY OF 



1 ESCUCHEON and in chief 

For barry coats with a chief, plain or charged, 

and over all an escncheon, such as the arms 
of Mortimer, see Chief. 
Birds 
Arg. an escu. and in chief three martlets gu. 

Walsh, Ireland. 
Fruit 
Or an escu. gu. in chief three acorns vert. 

AccoRNE, Scotland. 
Label 
Arg. an escu. az. a label of five points gu. 

Waverly, V*. 
Arg. an escu. gu. a label of five points az. 

Reysforshacke, Earl. MS. 1404. 
Arg. an escu. sa. a label of five points gu. Sire 

de CoRANCE or Corane; A, Harl. MS. 6137. 
Az. an escu. arg. a label of three points gu. 

St. Bennant, France ; Harl. MS. 1404. But 

five points. Robert de Waverey, W. Waweryn. 
Or an escu. sa. a label of five points gu. Sire de 

CoRANOE or CORANE, A. 

Hallet 
Arg. an escu. vert a mullet in the dexter chief 
.... Sr.de ScoRPos, W. 

1 ESCUCHEON betw, or within . . . 

Annulets 
Sa. an escu. betw. three annulets or. Nottingham, 

England. Nottyngham. And with a bordure 

of the second. Nottingham. Nottyngham. 

WoTiNGHAM, Ifari. MS. 1458 fo. 272. 
Beasts 
Gu. an escu. betw. four lions ramp. arg. Clarke, 

Suffolk. 
Sa. an escu. erm. betw. four lions ramp, in cross 

arg. Dr. Wilhara Pai>dye ; and Nicholas 

Paddy, Lancaster Herald, temp. Elizabeth; 

granted 1591 ; Harl. MS. 1453 fo. 44. 
Az. an escu. arg. betw. six lions ramp. or. Smyth, 

London. 
Billets 
Arg. an escu. within ten billets in orle sa, Filkyn 

or Fylkin, Tattenhall, co. Chester. Fdlkin, 

Harl. MS. 1404. 

Birds Martlets 

Gu. an escu. betw. three martlets arg. Borlemat. 

Bourtynet, Tournay. 
Gu. an escu. betw. three martlets or. Bourtynet, 

Tournay. 

Eagles 

Arg. an escu. betw. six eagles displ. gu. Sr. de 

Clere, Norfolk, V. Howedon. Howeldon,!^. 
Gu.an escu. betw. six eagles displ. arg. Howeldon. 
Gu. an escu. arg. betw. six eagles displ. or. 

Dabcie, CO. Lincoln. Sir Philip Darcy, V. 
.... Martlets 
Az. an escu. betw. six martlets arg. Tupigney. 

Crows 

Arg. an escu. gu. betw. ravens in orle vert. 

Thieubrone, v. 

.. . .Martlets 
Arg. an escu. betw. martlets in orle gu. Vane or 

Vanly, Norfulk. Vaulx, Kent. Sr. John 

Vaulx, Norfolk, V. Sire William de Vaus, N. 

Sir William Vaux, de Vattx, or de Vaulx, L. 

Sire Johan de Vaux, O. Monsire de Vaux, Y. 

William Wassee, T. 
Arg. an escu. gu. betw. martlets in orle sa. 

HoLGRAVE, CO. Chester. Thomas Holgreve, 

Chester, V. 
Arg. an escu. or betw. martlets in orle gu. James 

Vaux, Y. 



1 ESCUCHEON betw. or within cont. 

Birds cont. Martlets cont. 
Arg. an escu. sa. betw. martlets in orle gu. 

Darcy. Limborne. Limburne. 
Arg. an escu. betw. martlets in orle sa. Caltoft 
or Caltest. Dearden, The Orchard, and 
Handle Hall, Rochdale. Holgrave. Rashdale, 
EUand, and Parnhill, co. York. 

Az. an escu. betw. martlets in orle arg. M. Tho- 
mas de Herpyngham, S. Walcot. Walcotes, 
V. Walter Walcots, Y. Wolcotts. 

Az. an escu. arg. betw. martlets in orle or. 
Geney. Genney or Jeny. Jasper. 

Az. an escu. betw. martlets in orle or. 
Chattersett, F*. M. Thomas Erpingham, S. 
Geney. Genney, Schatersett, T'*. Sr. Tho- 
mas Jeney, Sohatersett, V. Jenney, V. 
Scatersett, V. Sr. Thomas Schatebset, 
Giuney, V. Schaterset or Scatterset. 
Walcot. Sr, William Wallcott, V. 

Gu. an escu. betw. martlets in orle arg. Chadwick, 
Chadwick, and Healey, co. Lancaster, 
Chamberlan, quartering gu. achev. betw. three 
escallops or. Chideck. John Chideuk, Y. 
Chidiock, Chidiock, co. Dorset. Emenfxeld 
or Enfield, Essex. Erpingham, F*. Eynfield, 
Radhau. William de Redham, F. 

Gu. an escu. arg. betw. martlets in orle or. Mon- 
sire Henry de Enefele, Y. Enenfeld, F. 
Enenfield, F*. Evefield. 

Gu. an escu. or betw. martlets in orle arg. within a 
bordure engr. (sometimes inveeked) of the se- 
cond charged with eight crosses croslet sa. 
Chadwick, Swinton Hall, co. Lancaster. 

Gu. an escu. betw. martlets in orle or. Hugh de 
Enfield, Y, 

Or an escu. betw, martlets in orle gu. Eynfield. 

Or an escu. betw. martlets in orle gu. Medwel, 
CO. Northampton. 

Or an escu. betw. martlets in orle sa. Brownlow, 
Humby, co. Lincoln ; and London ; Baronetcy 
1641, Viscount Tyrconnell and Baron Charle- 
ville 1718 ; extinct 1754. Brownlow, Belton, 
CO. Lincoln ; Baronetcy 1641-80. 

Per fess gu. and az, an escu. betw. martlets in 
orle arg. Board, Linfield, and Bordhill, 
Sussex. 

Per pale erm. and or an escu. betw. martlets in 
orie gu. Maydwell. 

Sa. an escu. betw. martlets in orle arg. Baalun 
or Bolum. Boling or Bolling. Bulling. 
Monsire de Empingham, Y. Rachedall, F. 
Richdale. RtsHDALE. Sedgewick. Sedgewicke 
or Sedgwike. 

Sa. an escu. erm. betw. martlets in orle arg. 
Tristram Rolling, co. York, V. Bouling. 
Bowling, F*, 

Sa. an escu. betw. martlets in orle or. Bagnall. 
Bagnill, F. Beegnel or Begnye. Beegnill, 
V. Smailepais or Smallpage, London ; granted 
1585. 

Vert an escu. betw. martlets in orle arg. Sire 
John de Empyngham, O. Eppingham or 
Erpingham, ^Zas8 at Fuhhsim, Bloniejield, Nor- 
folk, iv, 377. Mounsyer Thomas Erpingham, 
T. Sr. Robert Erpingham, Norfolk, V. Sr. 
Thomas Erpingham, Norfolk, temp. Edward I, 
F. Walter de Herpingham, Y. 

Vert an escu. arg. betw. martlets in orle or. 
Empringham, Harl. MS. 6829 fo. 6; and 
Grimsby Magna, co. Derby. 

Vert an escu. erm. betw. martlets in orle arg. 
Erpingham. 



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687 



1 ESCUCHEON betw. or within cont. 

Birds cont. Owls 

Arg. an escu. betw. owls in orle sa. Bowling, 
Bowling, CO. York. Calve eley. Scott, V. 
Seetes. 

Sa. an escu. betw. owls in orle arg. Sr. W. 
Calverley, CO. York, V. Calverley, Sussex ; 
and Epsom, Surrey : a branch of Calverley, 
Calverley, and Eryholme, co. York; descended 
from John Scott who m. the heiress of Gos- 
patrick lord of Calverley. Scot, Kent. Sole. 

Sa. an escu. arg. betw. owls in orle or. Scott, 
Wetherby, co. York. 

.... Starlings 

Sa. an escu, betw. starlings in orle arg. 
Calverley. 
Bordnre 

Arg. an escu. within a bordure az. Depings. 
Spring, F*. John Springe, V. 

Arg. an escu. within a bordure gu. Eustache de 
Bailiol, C. Alexander de Bailol, F. Sire 
Johan de Bailloll, J; P. M. Alexander 
Balioll, D ; E. John Balioll, Barnard 
Castle, Y. John de Ballioll, B. Baliol 
College, Oxford. Essex, Bewcot, co. Berks. 
HiNDSEY. Lyndsey, CO. Lancaster. And with 
a label or. Eustace de Tours, P. 

Arg. an escu. within a bordure gu. over all a bend 
erm. Quyxley. Town of Richmond, co. 
York. The bend ermines. Markington, co. 
York. Quixley, V. The bend or. John 
Litheqraynes, Y. The bend sa. Ranf de 
Langton, F. The bend vair. Herbert Bayouse, 
Merkington, Y. 

Arg. an escu. gu. within a bordure of the last 
charged in chief with three mascles or. Parrot 
or Parrott. 

Arg. an escu. within a bordure sa. Le SprjNG, 
Durham. 

Az. an escu. within a bordure or. Bertram, Ba- 
ron of Bothall, Northumberland, V. Sire Ro- 
bert de Bertram, N. Le Baron Bothale, 
Y. Bdttolf. Hertham, Northumberland. 
Landel, CO. Berwick. And with a label of five 
points gu. William de Bailol, E, Harl. 3IS. 
6137 ; but Bailloll, E. 

Az. an escu. or within a bordure of the last 
charged with four crosses tau sa. Landell, 
Southwark. 

Barry embattled of seven arg. and az. an escu. 
gu. within a bordure engr. of the second. 
Straiton, Montrose, Scotland. 

Erm. an escu. within a bordure gu. Ingram de 
Bailoll, E. Ingram Balioll, Y. Sire de 
Humframvill, V. Humfravill, F». Ingram 
de Umfravile, F. And with a label az. Roth. 
Ingram de Umfravile, Y. Umfrevile. The 
label of five points. Ingram de Umfravile, E. 
Ingram Bailol, F. 

Erm. an escu. gu. within a bordure of the last 
charged with nine billets or. Wallop, V. 

Erm. an escu. gu. within a bordure engr. of the 
last. Hepell. Sr. Robert Heppell, V. Leple. 

Erm. an escu. sa. within a bordure of the last 
charged with 5-foils sa. Darcy. 

Gu. an escu. within a bordure arg. Angihsh. 
Alexander Bailoll, E ; or Balioll, Y. Alex- 
ander de Bailloll, K; or de Baliol, F. Sr. 
Robt. Bayllol, V. Sire Alexander de Bayloll, 
J; but de Baylolfz, H. Essex, Bewcot, and 
Laraborne, co. Berks. Rotherford. And 
with a label az. Sire Thomas de Batlolf, N. 
But sa. Bayloffe, Northumberland. 



1 ESCUCHEON betw. or within cont. 

Bordure cont. 
Gu. an escu. arg. within a bordure of the last 

charged in chief with three martlets as the 

first. Rotherfield. Rotherford, V ; and 

Middleton Hall, Northumberland. The mart- 
lets sa. Rutherford, That Ilk ; an heiress 

m. Stewart. 
Gu. an escu. az. within a bordure arg. Milfoed. 

The bordure or. Milford. 
Gu. an escu. or within a bordure arg. charged 

in chief with three martlets sa. Rutherford, 

Hnmialee, Scotland. 
Gu. an escu. within a bordure or. Milford. 
Or an escu. within a bordure az. Dirby. Sr. 

John de Lanndeles, M. Laudeles. Wreake. 

Wreke. V. 
Or an escu. az. within a bordure of the last 

charged with six (Harl. MS. 1982 fo. 156 ; but 

seven 1396 fo. 159) crosses croslet as the first. 

Palmer, quartered by Hoorde. 
Or an escu. within a bordure gu. Bartram, 

Cumberland; sometimes a label gold. 
Or an escu. gu. within a bordure of the last 

charged with billets as the first. Spelman alias 

Yallop, Bowthorp, Norfolk. 
Or an escu. gu. within a bordure of the last 

charged with crosses croslet or. Bertram, 

lord of Mitford, V. 
Or an escu. sa. within a bordure az. impaling 

arg. a cross flory dimidiated .... Bartley, 

Scotland ; Berry, Supp. 
Purp. an escu. within a bordure or. Hertham, 

Northumberland. 
Sa. an escu. within a bordure arg. William 

Bartram, Y. William Lucre, Y. 
Sa. an escu. arg. within a bordure of the last 

charged with billets of the first. Filkyn. 

Fylkin. Fylkyn, V. Stretch. And with a 

crescent in centre for difi". of the first. Filkyn, 

F*. FULKIN. FULKYN, V. FyLKYN, V. 

Sa. an escu. arg. within a bordure of the last 

charged with martlets as the first. Lestwiche, 

Lestwiche, co. Chester. Winington, F. 

Winnington, Stamford Court, co. Worcester; 

Baronetcy 1775. Winton, Essex. Wynington, 

Hermitage, and Offerton, co. Chester; and 

London ; granted 1675. 
Sa. an escu. arg. within a bordure of the last 

charged with 5-foils gu. Monsire Robert 

Darcy, Y. 
Sa. an escu. arg. within a bordure of the last 

charged with 5-foils as the first. Caltoft. 
Sa. an escu. within a bordure or. Herveseli.. 

Herwesell, F. 
Vair an escu. within a bordure gu. Walter de 

Lindesey, B. Wat de Lingdesheie, £ ; or de 

LiNDESAY, F. 

Vair an escu. gu. within a bordure of the last 

charged with crosses croslet or. Sr. Robert 

Lyndesey, CO. Huntingdon, F. 
Vair an escu. within a bordure or. W^alter 

Lyndesey, Y. And with a label az. Walter 

LiNDESAY, the son, Y. The label of five points 

gu. William de Bailol, F. 
Crescents 
Gu. an escu. arg. betw. crescents in orle or. 

Hunt. 

Crosses 
Gu. an escu. arg. betw. four crosses patty fitchy 

in saltire or. Cooke, Langham, Suffolk. 
Az. an escu. betw. crosses croslet fitchy in orle 

arg. Sutter 



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1 ESCirCHEON betw. or within cont. 

Crosses cont. 
Az. an escu. betw. crosses croslet fitchy in orle 
or. Breach. Shcter, Winterbourne, co. 
Wilts ; granted 1614. 
Gu. an escu. betw. crosses croslet in orle arg. 
Bertram, in church at Aston, co. York. 
Escallops 
Ax. an escu. betw. three escallops arg. 

TUBBINGHAM. 

Or an escu. gu. betw. three escallops az. 

Messingham, Ireland. 
Gu. an escu. arg. betw. four escallops two and 

two or. Pendleton, W. The escallops in 

saltire. Pendleton, Norwich. 
Az. an erm. betw. six escallops arg. Tupxgney. 

But nine. Walter de Toepigny, A, Harl. 

MS. 6137. 
Estoiles 
Az. an escu. betw, estoiles in orle or. Teest, 

Culworth, CO, Northampton. 
Gu. an escu. betw. estoiles in orle arg. 

Chamberlayne, Maugersbury, and Oddington, 

CO. Gloucester. 
Gu. an escu. arg. betw. estoiles in orle or. 

Chamberlain, CO. Oxford ; and co. Gloucester. 
Gu. an escii. erm. betw. estoiles in orle or. 

Wickham, Oxford. 
Fleur-de-lis 
Gu. an escu. betw. four fleurs-de-lis at the corners 

arg. Browne. 
Flowers 
Sa. an escu. betw. three roses arg. Powel or 

Powell. Powell, Horsley, co. Denbigh ; and 

Birkenhead, CO. Chester; Baronetcy 1629-95. 
Arg. an escu. sa. betw. roses in orle gu. Sire 

Johan Darcy, t7. 
Gu. an escu. arg. betw. roses in orle or over all a 

bend sa. Tanerett, F*. But a baston sa. 

Tancrett, CO. Devon, V. 
Sa. an escu. arg. betw. roses in orle or over all a 

bend erm. Tanerett. 

4-Foil8 

Az. an escu. arg. betw. 4-foils in orle or. 
Ali,anson, Adlington, co. Lancaster; and Mid- 
dleton Quernhow, co. York. 
5-Foils 

Arg. an escu. sa. betw. three 5-foils gu. Sir John 
Darcy, L. 

Are. an escu. betw. six S-foils three two and one 
gu. Syr Amory (Audemar, Harl. MS. 6589) 
Darcye, Q. 

Arg. an escu betw. 5-foils sa. Sir William 

de Vaux, L, Harl. MS. 6148 fo. 144 h. 

Arg. an escu. betw. 5-foils in orle az. Sr. Wil- 
liam Darcy, Parke, V. 

Arg. an escu. az. betw. 5-foils in orle gu. Darcy, 
CO. Lincoln. 

Arg. an escu. betw. 5-foils in orle gu. Hedworth, 
CO. Lincoln. 

Arg. an escu. sa. betw. 5-foil8 in orle gu. Darcie, 
CO. Durham; and co. Lincoln. Darcy, Parke, 
V. Sir John Darcy, co. Lincoln ; temp. Ed- 
ward I, V. Monsire Darcy le frere, 1'. Sr. 
John Darcy, R. Hedworth, Chester Deanery, 
CO. Durham; the coheirs m. Musgrave and 
Milbanke; descended from Hedworth, Har- 
raton, co. Durham, who m. Darcy of Harraton, 
quartering Huton, Cbauncellour, GefFey and 
Skelton ; the colieirs m. Lambton and William- 
son. John Hedworth, Herverton, co. Durham, 
V. Sr. John Lynburve, i?. 



1 ESCTTCHEON betw. or within. 



.cont. 



5-Foil8 cont. 

Arg. an escu. betw. 5-foiIs in orle sa. Cai.stost, 

Cotton MS. Tiberius D 10 fo. 494. Caltoft, 

F*.Sr.PhilipCALTOST,co. Lincoln. Shadwortii. 

Az. an escu. betw. 5-foils in orle or. Paltock, 

Kingston ; confirmed 1012. Poltock, Surrey. 
Gu. an escu. betw. 5-foils in orle arg. Bassinges. 
Doctor Hugh Chamberlen, ob. 1728 ; the co- 
heirs m. Hopkins and Luther. Tankerville. 
Gu. an escu. arg. betw. 5-foils in orle or. 
Chamberlayn, F. Doctor Hugh and Doctor 
John Chamberlayn, London, 1684. Guy 
Tankerville, lord of Tankerville, temp. 
Henry I. 
Gu. an escu. arg. betw. pierced 5-foils in orle or. 

Godfraye de Basemes; A, Ashmol. MS. 
Gu. an escu. or betw. 5-foils in orle arg. Godfrey, 

Basenes. 
Gu. an escu. betw. pierced 5-foils in orle or. 

Godfraye de Basevile, A, Harl. MS. 6137. 
Sa. an escu. betw. 5-foils in orle arg. Builli or 
BuisM. Sr. John Bussy, V. 
6-Foil8 
Arg. an escu. sa. betw. ' siste-foils' in orle gu. 
Sire John Darsy, 0, 
7-Foil8 
Arg. an escu. sa. betw. three * sit-foils' gu. 

D'Arcy, Parke, Y. 
Arg. an escu. sa. betw. six ' sit-foils' in orle gu. 
John Darcy, Y. 
Garbs 
Arg. an escu. betw. three garbs within a double 
tressure flory counterflory gu. Scot. 

Heads Beast (Wolf) 

Gu. an escu. betw. three wolf's heads erased arg. 
Scot-RoRERTsoN, Bonholm, Scotland, quarter- 
ing Scott. 

Fish 

Gu. an escu. arg. betw.three(ged's or) pike's heads 
couped or. Geddeis or Geddes, Rachan, 
Scotland ; Nisbet, 
Horseshoes 
Gu. an escu. arg. betw. horseshoes or. William 

de Mongomeri, F. 
Gu. an escu. erm. betw. horseshoes in orle arg. 

MOGUNCHERY, 1730. MoG0NCLAY, 1730. 

Mongomerie, Harl. MS. 1404. Montgomery, 
V. John Mountgomery, F. 
Mascles 

Az. an escu. betw. four mascles or. Miller, co. 
Devon ; and Islington, Middlesex. 
Mullets 

Sa. an escu. betw. three mullets arg. Witham, V. 

Sa. an escu. arg. betw. three mullets or. Withem. 

Gu. an escu. betw. mullets in orle arg. Sire John 
de Crameville, 0. 

Gu. an escu. erm. betw. mullets in orle or. 
Wickham, V*. Wyckham, Swacliffe, co. Ox- 
ford, V. 

Gu. an escu. arg. betw. mullets in orle or. 
Chamberlayne, Ryes, Essex ; quartering 
Brocket; descended through Chamberlayne, 
rrinceThorpe,co.Warwick,fromCHAMBERLAYNE, 
Presbury, co. Gloucester; Wickham, co. Ox- 
ford ; and Thoroldhy, co. York. Chamberlayne, 
Cranbury Park, and Weston Grove, co. Hants. 

Sa. an escu. betw. mullets in orle arg. Dearden, 
Upton House, Poole, co. Dorset. 
Nails 

Gu. an escu. betw. three nails pointing to the 
centre and as many holly leaves arg. 
Holstein. 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



1 ESCTTCHEON betw. or within 

Orle 

Az. an escu. within an orle or charged with three 
5-foils as the first, John Landal, seal (no 
tinctures), Nisbet, i, QAft. Landels, Scotland. 

Gu. an escu. within an orle arg. Rutland, Saf- 
fron Walden, Essex; and London. 

Gu. an escu. within an orle and a bordure arg. 
Bagway, V. 

Or an escu. within an orle sa. charged in chief 
with three annulets gold. Nottyngham, V*. 
Orles 

Arg. an escu. within two orles gu. Buedon. 

Arg. an escu. within two orles and a bordure gu. 
Chideok {in error). 

Gu. an escu. within two orles arg. Chadioke. 
Sire Johan Chideok, N. 

Or an escu. within two orles and a bordure az. 
Landles. 

BoundloB .... Bezants 

Az. an escu. gu. betw. bezants in orle and in the 
centre a 5-foil (? for diff.) erm. Danoerfield. 

Gu. an escu. arg. betw. bezants in orle. Honte. 
HuMET, Sandford, co. Lincoln, Constable of 
Normandy temp. Henry II. John Hunt, V. 
And with a label erm. Hunte, 1730. 

Sa. an escu. arg. betw. bezants in orle. William 
de BoDiHAM, A, Ashmol, MS.; but Lodiham, ^, 
Harl. MS. 6137. 

Sa. an escu. erm. betw. bezants in orle. Turville. 

Sa. an escu. gu. betw. bezants in orle. Bamet 
or Banet. And with in the centre a 5-foil 
(? for diff.) erm. Richard de Bury alias De 
Angaeyiiol, Bishop of Durham 1333-45. 
Ogresses 

Arg. an escu. vert betw. ogresses in orle within a 
bordure engr. gu. Birkenhead or Bieket. 
....Plates 

Gu. an escu. arg. betw. plates in orle. Hantey. 
....Torteanz 

Arg. an escu. sa. betw. torteaux in orle. Sr. de 
WlNDHUIi, V. Wyndhull, V*. 
TresBore 

Arg. an escu. within a double treasure flory ooun- 
terflory gu. Brewse. David. David Karl of 
Huntingdon and Garrioch, father of John (Le 
Scot, Earl of Chester 1231-44), Nisbet. 

Gu. an escu. within two tressures (these are orles) 
arg. Sire Johan Chideok, N. 

Pily in point of six traits gu. and or an escu. 
within a tressure of the last. De Scoll, 
England. 



1 ESCUCHEON betw. 



or within 

and in chief. 



Axmnlets 

Sa. an escu. within a bordure and in chief three 
annulets arg. Notingham. Nottingham. 

Sa. an escu. within a bordure and in chief three 
annulets or. Notingham or Notyngham, V. 
Nottingham. Nottyngham, V*. 
Cantons 

Quarterly or and az. in base tw o piles meeting at 
the centre (sometimes called a chev.) counter- 
changed an escu. within a bordure arg. and in 
chief two cantons of the second and first. 
LoNDONS, Wales, V. 
on an Escncheon 

Arg. an escu. within a bordure gu. in the dexter 
chief on an escu. az. a lion ramp. arg. crowned 
or. Hugh, son of John, de Ballioll, B. 
Hugh Bailiol, Bywelle ; as meant in P: and 
Baliol, Bywell, as meant in Y. 



On 1 ESCUCHEON 
Annulet 
Erm. on an escu. gu. an annulet betw. three 
crescents or. Lonochampe, V*. 
Bar see Fess 
Bars 
Gu. on an escu. arg. two bars az. Copeinge. 
Sr. de Genepole, W. ^ 

Beast 
Or fretty az. on an escu. gu. a demi-lion erased 

arg. Anthony Montrollier, V. 
Gu. in the dexter chief on an escu. arg. a lion 

ramp. sa. Eastman. 
Gyronny of eight or and az. on an escu. sa. a lion 
ramp. arg. Mountstephen or Mountsteven, 
Collumpton, co. Devon; and Peterborough, 
CO. Northampton. 
Bend 
Arg. on an escu. or a bend gu. charged with three 
coronels reversed arg. Guise, Harl, MS. 4030 
fo. 108. 
Bendy of three az. and arg. on an escu. or a bend 
engr. sa. Sr. John de Lydevusere, France, 0. 
Chequy or and az. on an escu. arg. a bend gu. 

John Brewes, V. Brewse. 
Sa. on an escu. arg. a bend gu. Ayland, V*. 
Aylande, W. Eyland. 

Bendlets 

Gu. fretty arg. on an escu. of the last two bends 
engr. sa. Fleming, Manchester. 

Birds 
Arg. on an escu. gu. martlets in orle of the first. 
Vaus or Vaux. 

Bordure see OBLE 
ChoTron 
(Az. F*.) on an escu. arg. a chev. gu. Noyalles, 

V*. Sr. de Noyelles, W. 
Az. on an escu. or a chev. gu. and a chief erm. 

Erlescamp, V*. 
Per chief erm. and az. on an escu. or a chev. gu. 
Erllescamp, W. 

Chief 
Erm. on an escu. arg. a chief chequy or and az. 
Hansted, CO. Northampton ; temp. Edward I; 
Harl. MS. 5803. 
Vair on an escu. arg. a chief gu. Sir William 
Beaochamp the brother, B. 
Crescent 
Sa. on an escu. arg. a crescent of the first. 
Melborne, V. 
Crosses 
Gu. on an escu. arg. crosses croslet of the first. 

Bertram. 
Or on an escu. sa. crosses croslet of the first. 
Witfield. 
Escucheon 
Arg. on an escu. gu. another escu. within an orle 
of the first. Bagway, V. 
Fess or Bar 
Arg. on an escu. or a fess chequy az. and arg. 
betw. three crowns gu. Earl of Mar, HarZ. MS. 
4030 fo. 102 (? Garrioch with a bordure) for 
Isabel wife of Robert (Bruce) I, 1306-29. 
Gu. on an escu. arg. a fess ea. Ward. Warde, W. 
Sa. on an escu. arg. a fess lozengy gu. Newmarch, 

W. 
Vair on an escu. gu. a fess embattled arg. masoned 
sa. Straiton, Edinburgh. 
Fleurs-de-lis 
Chequy arg. and sa. on an escu. gu. flory or. 
Gargat. 

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On 1 ESCUCHEON cont. 
6-Foil 

Gu. on an escu. arg. a 5-foil of the first. Vowell, 
CO. Somerset. 
Fretty 

Arg. on an escu. gn. fretty or. Monsire Hugh 
de AuDELEY, Y, John de Audley. Y. Hewgh 
AwDLEY, Earl of Gloucester (1337-47), Q; 
Harl. MS. 58U3 and 0595. Hugo. 

Az. on an escu.arg.fretty of the first. HarcotEjF'. 

Az. on an escu. arg. fretty gu. each joint charged 
with a bezant. Roger Trussell, V. 

Chequy arg. and vert on an escu. sa. fretty arg. 
Harington. 

Or on an escu. az. fretty arg. Londe, Harl. MS. 
5803. LoNDEY, Northumberland. Lounde, 
F. LowNDE, CO. Lincoln ; granted 1596. 

Or on an escu. gu. fretty arg. Hudelston. 

Or on an escu. gu. fretty of the first. Hudelston, 
CO. York ; Harl. MS. 5803. 
Fusils 

Bendy wavy of seven or and az. on an escu. arg. 
as many fusils gu. Simon Montacute, Bishop 
of Worcester 1334. Ely 1337-45. 
Head .... (Beast) Deer 

Vert on an escu. arg. a stag's head cabossed gu. 
Cheshau, V; and co. Lancaster. 
(Bird) 

Gyronny of eight arg. and az. on an escu. of the 
first au eagle's head erased sa. within a bordure 
gu. Spence. 

(Human figure) 

Gyronny of eight or and az. on an escu. arg. a 
blackamoor's head couped sa. wreathed of the 
second and third. Titus, Bushey, co. Hert- 
ford. 

Heads 

Erra. fretty of eight .... on an escu. az. three 
wolf's heads erased arg. M'Culloch, Cardi- 
uess, Scotland. 
Label 

Gu. on an escu. vair a label of three points as the 
first. Beadchamp, co. Buckingham. 
Mauuch 

Barry (of twelve) arg. and az. on an escu. or a 
maunch gu. Hastings, co. Gloucester. 
Uonster 

Quarterly per fess indented gu. and or on an escu. 
arg. a griffin segreant vert. Bromley, co. Staf- 
ford ; CO. York ; and Badingion, co. Chester. 
Mullet 

Erm. on an escu. in the dexter chief gu. a mullet 

or. KiNGESCOT, V. 

Eoundle 
Erm. on an escu. gu. a bezant within three cres- 
cents or, Mons. Henry Longechamp, W. 

On 1 ESCDCHEON and in chief 

For barry coats with a chief, plain or charged, 

and over all on an escucheon , such as 

the arms of Mortimer, see On a Chief. 

On 1 ESCUCHEON betw. or within.... 

Birds Martlets 

Arg. on an escu. betw. martlets in orle gu. a lion 

ramp. or. Partrich. 
Gu. on an escu. betw. martlets in orle or two 

lions pass. az. Sire Johan de Vaus, A''. Sr. 

John de Vaus, co. Worcester, temp. Edward 1, 

V. Sir John de Wayez, L, Harl. MS. 0589 ; 

or Wayz, 0137. TJie lions pass, guard. Sr. 



On 1 ESCUCHEON betw. or within cont. 

Birds cont. Martlets cont. 
John Wey (in margin credo Ware or Were) ; 
L, Harl. MS. 0589. 

Gu. on an escu. betw. martlets in orle or two 
lions pass, of the first. Wans, co. Worcester. 

Gu. on an escu. betw. martlets in orle or two 
lions pass.sa. Sir John de Wayz, L, Harl. 3IS. 
6148. 

Vert on an escu. betw. martlets in orle arg. a 
chev. gu. Marlion, V. 

Arg. on an escu. betw. martlets in orle gu. a 
crescent of the first. Boun. LanfauntBotjNN, 
V. BouR. BouzE or Bowze. Lanfaunt, F*. 

Arg. on an escu. sa. betw. martlets in orle gu. a 
crescent of the first. Bowater, London. 

Or on an escu. betw. martlets in orle gu. a cres- 
cent (? for difi".) arg. Maydwell, London; 
and CO. Northampton ; granted 1034. 

Az. on an escu. betw. martlets in orle or a cross 
gu. Theobald Valeynes, Y. 

Gu. on au escu. betw. martlets in orle arg. a 
cross of the first. Chadock, Chadock, in the 
village of Tildesley, and hamlet of Chadock, 
CO. Lancaster. Chadock or Chadwick, Corn- 
wall. Sr. John de Chaidoc, Cumberland, F. 
Chaidock, F*. Chediocke. 

Sa. on an escu. betw. martlets in orle arg. a fess 
fusily (lozengy) gu. Hewmarche. Sir Tho- 
mas Newmarch, V. 

Arg. on an escu. betw. martlets in orle sa. a 
5-foil or. Maydenwell, Nether-Teynton, co. 
Lincoln. 

Sa. on an escu. erm. betw. martlets in orle a 
leopard's face or. Bagnall, co. Stafi'ord. 

Sa. on an escu. erm. betw. martlets in orle or a 
lion's head erased vert. Bagnall, co. Statfoid. 

Arg. on an escu. betw. martlets in orle gu. a 
wolf's head erased of the first. Vaulx Vaus 
or Vaux, Odiam, co. Hants. Robert Vaus, F. 

Sa. on an escu. betw. martlets in orle or fivo 
lozenges gu. Nowmery. 

Barry (often, Hastings, co. Gloucester, F.) arg. 
and az. on an escu. or betw. martlets in orle a 
maunch gu. Sir John Hastings, Z. 
Owls 

Sa. on an escu. betw. owls in orle arg. three 
gouttes-de-poix. Calvert, co. Lancaster, pro- 
perly Calverley, as descended Irom a fuurih 
son of Sir Waller Calverley, of Calverley, co. 
York ; Harl. MS. 4040 fo. 402. 
Bordure 

Gn. on an escu. within a bordure arg. a lion ramp. 
ot the first. Blamore. 

Gu. on an escu. arg. within a bordure or a lion 
ramp, of the first. Blomer or Bloomer, Lon- 
don ; CO. Warwick; and Hagthorp, co. Glou- 
cester. 

Or on an escu. within a bordure gu. a lion salient 
of the first a label of three points cumpony 
az. and vert. Blaumester, V*. 

Arg. on an escu. gu. within a bordure engr. az. 
bezanty a bend vair enclosed by two 5-loils or. 
Briggs, CO. York. 

Erm. on au escu. within a bordure gu. charged 
with eleven billets three billets or. Johan de 
Waleis, F. Joan de Walhope, E. 

Sa. on an escu. witliin a bordure arg. charged 
with nine billets a crescent for diff. ns the first. 

FlLKYN, F*. FULKIN. FuLKYN, F. FYLKyN,F. 

Sa. on an escu. within a bordure arg. charged 
with martlets a crescent (? for diff.) as the first. 

FULKIN. FuLKYN. 



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(591 



On 1 ESCUCHEON betw. or within cont. 

Fruit cont. 
Or on an escu. within a bordure az. charged with 

crosses croslet a cross croslet of the first. 

Eustace de Balioll, B. 
Vair on an escn. within a bordure gu. charged 

with crosses croslet a cross croslet arg. Sire 

Wauter de Molesworthe, N. 
Vair on an escu. within a bordure gu. charged 

with crosses croslet a cross croslet or. Sire 

Gilberd de Lindeseye, N. 
Or on an escu. within a bordure az. charged with 

crosses croslet three of the first. Sr. de 

DiNAWESBRAN, F. 

Or on an escu. within a bordure gu. charged with 

crosses croslet three crosses croslet of the first. 

Roger Bertram, F. Sr. Bertram, Baron of 

Mitford, V. 
Vair on an escu. within a bordure gu. charged 

with crosses croslet three crosses croslet or. 

Sr. Robert Lyndesey, co. Huntingdon, V. 

But four crosses. Will, de Lindesheie, E ; 

Harl. MS. 6589. 
Or on an escu. within a bordure gu. charged 

with crosses croslet five crosses croslet of the 

first. Roger Bartram, Baron of Metford, Y. 

Roger Bertram, B ; E. 
Vair on an escu. within a bordure .... charged 

with crosses croslet six crosses croslet or. 

Will, de LiNDESTAE ; E, Harl. MS. 6137. 
Arg. on an escu. within a bordure gu. another 

escu. and an orle of the first. Chadioke. Sire 

Johan Chideok, JV^. 
Gu. on an escu. within a borduro arg. another 

escu. and an orle of the first. Bijrdon. 
Arg. on an escu. within a bordure gu. charged 

with an orle another orle of ihe first. Chideok 

(in error). 
Arg. on an escu. within a bordure gu. two orles 

of the first. Chideok, (in error). 
Or on an escu. within a bordure gu. two orles of 

the first. Landles. 
Crosses 
Arg. on an escu. betw. three crosses patty point- 
ing towards the centre sa. a cross or. Mylecut, 

CO. York. The crosses patty fitchy. Mileson, 

Estathesley, co. York. Millicent, 1370, 

Harl. MS. 1487 fo. 165 b. 
Gu. on an escu. betw. crosses patty in orle arg. a 

thistle- head ppr. Bartram, Scotland. 
Escallops 
.... on an escu. betw. escallops in orle ... a 

bend .... Pelton or Polton, Essex. 
Gu. on an escu. berw. escallops in orle arg. a fess 

(of the first, V*.) sa. Sr. Robert Punchardon, 

V. 

Escncheon 

Gu. on an escu. az. within another voided arg. a 
lion ramp, of the last crowned or. Hugh 
Baiixol, Bywe]le,P; butBALiOLL, By well, Y ; 
(both in error). 

Flowers 
Gu. on an escu. betw. roses in orle arg. a bend 
sa. Tancrette, co. Devon. 
5-Foils 
Arg. on an escu. sa. betw. 5-foil8 in orle gn. an 
estoile or. Sire John Darsy the son, 0. 

Fruit 
Arg. on an escu.. gu. betw. seven apples on a stalk 
ppr. three lions pass, guard, or. Town of 
Appleby, Westmoreland. 



On 1 ESCUCHEON betw. or within cont. 

Fruit cont. 

Sa. on an escu. harry of (four, F*.) fiv* arg. and 
sa. betw. ears of wheat bendwise three ears of 
wheat also bendwise or. Stokes, V. 
Orle 

Arg. on an escu. within an orle gu. another orle 
arg. BuRDON. 

Arg, on an escu. within an orle and bordure gn. 
another orle of the first. Chideok (in error). 

Gu. on an escu. within an orle arg, another orle 
of the first. Chadioke. Sire Johan Chideok, F. 

Or on an escu. within an orle and bordure az. 
another orle of the first. Landles. 
Roundles 

Az. on an escu. gu. betw. bezants in orle a 5-foil 
(? for diflT.) erm. Dangerfield. 

Sa. on escu. gu. betw. bezants in orle a 5-foil 
(? for difl".) erm. Richard de Bcry alias De 
Angarvill, Bishop of Durham 1333-5. 
Swords 

Sa. on an escu. or within in fess two swords ppr. 
hilts and pomels gold and three padlocks of 
the second a boar's head erased gu. betw. three 
bougets as the first. Ross, Lamer Park, 
W^reathampstead, CO. Hertford. 
Tressure 

Or on an escu. az. within a double tressure flory 
counterflory gu. three fleurs-de-lis of the first 
(granted 1663 to be quartered by) James 
Crofts, afterwards Scot, Baron Tindale Earl 
of Doncaster and Duke of Monmouth 1662-85, 
natural son of Charles II ; Z, 639. 

On 1 ESCUCHEON betw. or within 

and in chief,... 

Gu. on an escu. within a bordure arg. a martlet 

and in chief two other martlets of the first. 

Rutherford, England. 
Gu. on an escu. or a boar's head erased az, betw. 

three ged's heads couped of the second in chief 

a mullet sa. Geddes, Edinburgh. 

On 1 ESCUCHEON betw. or within 

and in base.. .. 

Az. on an escu. or ensigned with a prince's coro- 
net gold betw. two ostrich feathers arg. labelled 
of the second a lion ramp. gu. within a bordure 
sa. bezanty in base a point for waves ppr. 
Town of Saltash, Cornv^all. 

2 ESCUCHEONS 

Gu. three escu. (that in the sinister point re- 
bated) arg. Charner. 

On 2 ESCUCHEONS and in base .... 

Arg. on each of two escu. a rose ppr. in base a 

pointcharged withafleur-de lis Kneller, 

CO. Wilts; quartering sa. on a chev. betw. three 
covered cups arg. a rose . . . . , with sa. two bars 
engr. arg. on a chief or a lion pass. betw. two 
fleurs-de-lis ...,, and or an eagle's leg couped 
contourned and a sinister wing in fess .... 

3 ESCUCHEONS 

Arg. three escu. az. Villand, Tournay. 

Arg, three escu, gu. Ayeleirs, Sufiblk. Sire 
Barthelmew de Awyllers, N. Davillers. 
Sr. Bartholomew Davillers, Sufiblk, temp, 
Edward I,, F. Sire Berth. Dadelers, O. Hay, 
V*. Hay, Baron Kilmarnock, 1831 ; Earl of 
Erroll, 1452. Hay, Baron Hay 1(^15 Vi>C(juiit 
Doncaster 1628 Earl of Carlisle 1622; exiiuct 



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3 ESCUOHEONS cont. 
ICGO. Hay, Baron Hay and Viscount Dupplin 
1C27, Earl of Kinnoul 1G33, Baron Hay 1711. 
Hay, Ballenkeele, co. Wexford, Ireland. Hay, 
Newton, Scotland, quartering az. on a cbev. 
betw. three pheons erm. a crescent sa. Hay, 
Rannes, Scotland, quartering gu. a crescent 
betw. three 5-foils arg, Houghton. Maney. 
FiTzSiMONS, Ireland. Fitz-Symon. Fitz 
Amond. Richard Fitz Symond, S. Villers 
or Wylleks, Suffolk, Harl. MS. 1449, fo. 3. 
Ursling. Villane. And with a crescent in 
the centre for difi'. Hay, Wire, Scotland. But 
a O-foil. Hay, Ardmorrow ; and Dalgetty. But 
with a mullet. Hay, Muchals, Ranfleld, and 
Inchnock. The mullet in chief for diff. Hay, 
Bonie. 

Arg. three escu. voided gu. Bagway; see ORLE. 

Arg. three escu. sa. Loddham, Lowdham, co. 
Suffolk, temp. Edward III. Rauf de Loudham, 
r. Sire Johan de Loudham, N. Sr. John 
LoxTDHAM, Suffolk ; temp. Edward I., V. 
Loudon. Lowdeb. Lowdham, quartered by 
Bleverhassett. Sudham. And with a label of 
three points gu. Londuam (? Loudham), Nor- 
folk. 

Arg. three shields in fess sa. Curren, Scotland. 

Arg. three escu. vert. Hat, Brokesmuth, Scot- 
land; the heiress m. Home. Hume, Brox- 
mouth ; quartered by Home. 

Az. three escu. arg. Hay as quartered by Seton 
of Gargunnock. Monjoye, Yeldersley, co. 
Derby; the heiress m. Ireland. 

Az. three escu. arg. quarterly with three phoenix' 
heads erased or. Company of Painter 
Stainers, London. Company of Painters, 
Exeter. 

Az. three escu. or. Bechton, W. 

Barry of five erm. and gu. over all three escu. or. 
Sir .... de Hall, V. 

Barry of eight arg. and az. three escu. erm. 
Maskaix, Kent, W. 

Barry of eight erm. and gu. three escu. arg. 
Hall, co. York, 1730. 

Barry of eight gu. and ... three escu. arg. 
Hall, Cilgwyn, co.. Cardigan; and Greville 
House, Middlesex, a cadet of Fitzwilliam of 
the Hall, Hall Place, Norfolk; quartering gu. 
on a chev. arg. betw. three talbot's heads ppr. 
collared or and langued gu. as many blue bells 
ppr. 

Barry of eight or and az. three escu. erm. 
Maskall, V*. Mascall, Kent. 

Barry of nine or and az. three escu. erm. 
Mascall, Harl. MS. 4108, fo. 60. 

Barry of eleven erm. and gu. three escu. or. 
Halhead. Hall, Ipswich, Suffolk, confirmed 
1587; Coggeshall, Essex ; and co. York. And 
with a mullet for diff. Hall, Barkham, co. 
Berks; and co. Oxford. 

Barry of twelve (? erm.) and (? gu.) three escu. 
(? or). Thomas Halle, Tbannington, Kent, 
I4H5. 

Barry of thirteen gu. and erm. three escu. or. 
Aula or At-Hall, Heme, Kent; Add. MS. 
5507, fo. 334. 

Barruly erm. and gu. three escu. or. Hall. 

Erm. three old escu. ermines. Henry Bromley, V, 

Erm. three escu. gu. Aekey. Hay, Lies, Scot- 
land. Hay, Leys, CO. Perth ; and Randerston, 
CO. Fife ; quartering Balfour. 

Erra. three escu. gu. Hayes, Great Badgehury, 
Kent; granted 1689. 



3 ESCUCHEONS cont. 

Erm. three escu. sa. Bromley, Herald to King 

Richard III. Bromley, W. 
Gu. three escu. arg. Bacon. Charney. 

Joan le Fitz-Simon, E. Fitz Simonds. 

Fitz-Symon, Essex. Fitz Symon, V. Hugh 

Fitz Symon, Y. Temperley or Timberley. 

Timporley. Sir Tymperley, R ; V. 

Gu. three escu. one in the sinister point rebated 

arg. Charner. 
Gu. three escu. erm. Thomas Gerard, Y. 

Gerbuidge. Sr.WilliamGERMYN,F. Germine. 

Jermy. Tremayne. 
Gu. three escu. erm. a mullet arg. William 

Germyn, y. 
Gu. three escu. or. Chipper. Esteven de 

Mountjoye, a. Stewyn, F*. Stewin de 

MoNTJOYE, W. Stokes. 
Or three escu. barry of five vair and gu. Will. 

de Munchanesi, F. 
Or three escu. barry of six vair and gu. William 

MoNcsANsi, E, Harl. MS. C137; but de 

MoNCHANESi, G; and de Monohensi, A, 

Harl. MS. 6137. Monchensey, 1730. 

MoNCHENSY. Montchancy or Montchansey. 

Sr. Montchensev, V. William Munchancey, 

E. Munchensi or Montechensi. Stalworth, 

V. 
Or three escu. barry of seven vair and gu. Wil- 
liam de Munchense, A, Ashmol. 31 S. 
Or three escu. barry vair and gu. Warrin de 

MoNCHENSY, JS. Warin de Mont Chf.sy, 

C. Waryn de Mounchensy, P. William 

MOUNCHENSY, Y. 

Or three escu. bendy vair and gu. Waryn de 

MoNCHENSY, Y. 

Or three escu. gu. Davillers, Suffolk. 

Or three escu. masculy vair and gu. Sire William 

de Monchensi, N. 
Or three escu. paly of six arg. and gu. Raufe 

Monohessy, W. 
Or three escu. vair. M. William de Monchensy, 

D. 
Or three escu. vairy gu. and arg. Mounchensey. 
Or three escu. vairy gu. and of the first. 

Mounchensy. 
Sa. three escu. arg, John Mornsby, W. 

3 ESCUCHEONS and in chief. 

Arg. three escu. gu. in chief a pair of ox yokes or. 
Hay. 

3 ESCUCHEONS betw. or within .... 

B ordure 

Arg. three escu. gu. within a bordure engr. az. 

charged with as many S-foils or. Hay, Foster- 

seat, Scotland. 
Arg. three escu. gu. within a bordure engr. az. 

seray of 5-foils as the first. Hay, Muntan, 

Scotland. 
Arg. three escu. gu. within a bordure indented 

az. charged with eight 5-foils of the first. Hay, 

Lethira, Scotland. 
Arg. three escucheons gu. within a bordure 

cheqny of the second and first. Hay, Melginch, 

and Pitfour; derived from Hay of Leys, and 

ancestor of the Earls of Carlisle and Kinnoul. 

Hay, Seggieden, co. Perth; descended from 

Hay, Pitfour, quartering Nairn, and for diifei - 

ence in the centre of the quarters a bull's head 

couped gu. 



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3 ESCUCHEONS betw. or within cont. 

Bordare cont. 

Arg. three escu. gu. within a bordure counter- 
compony of the second and first. Hav, Lon- 
don. And with a cresiicnt for difl'. Hav, Scot- 
land. 

Arg. three escu. gu. within a bordure evm. Hay, 
Balhoussie, Scotland. 

Arg. three escu. within a bordure gu. Dabcy. 
Hay, Park, co. Wigton; Baronetcy 16fi3. Hay, 
Locheloy and Park, Scotland. And with a 5-!oil 
in the centre for difiF. Hay, Lands, Scotland. 

Arg. three escu. within a bordure gu, charged 
with eight crescents of the first. Hay, Suonzie, 
Scotland. 

Arg. three escu. within a bordure engr. gu. Hay, 
Waughton ; and Acbencoy, Scotland. 

Arg. three escu. gu. within a bordure engr. sa. 
charged with eight annulets or. Hay, Kounins- 
berg, 1807. 
Boundles 

Gu. three escu. arg. beiw. nine bezants. Hodgson, 
Cumberland, 1716. 

3 ESCUCHEONS betw. or within . . . 

and in chief. . . . 

Arg. three escu. gu. within a bordure engr. of 
the last in chief an estoile .... Hay, Earn- 
hill, Scotland. 

On 3 ESCUCHEONS 

Beast (Horse) 

Barry of ten or and az. on each of three escu. 
gu. a horse saliant arg. Cox, Rotherfield, 
Sussex ; Charton, Faruingham, Kent ; and 
Trevereux, Limpsfield, Surrey ; quartering 
Penary, Middleton, and Miller. 
(Lion) 

Az. on three escu. gu. in the first as many lions 
pass, guard, or, in the second three wheels arg., 
and in the last as many water bougets arg. 
Sr. Walter Speke, V. Spike, V*. The lions 
only pass. Espeake. 

Barry of nine az. and arg. on each of three escu. 
sa. a lion ramp, as the second. Robert Cecil, 
Baron lfi03. Viscount Cranbourne 1604, Earl 
of Salisbury 1605; at the Charterhouse 1619. 

Or on each of three escu. az. a lion ramp, as the 
first. Pigeon, Hampton-upon-Thames, Mid- 
dlesex; and CO. Hants. 

Sa. on each of three escu. arg. a lion ramp. az. 
Haelaw. 

Sa. on each of three escu. arg. a lion ramp. gu. 
Andrewes. Hablow, Essex. 
Bells 

Barry of nine or and sa. on each of three escu. 
arg. so many church hells like the second 
clappers as the first. Haix, Essex. 
Bend 

Arg. on each of three escu. gu. a bend as the 
first. Briggs, CO. Brecknock. And with a 
fleur-de-lis in the centre for diflf. gu. Beigges, 
Westmoreland. The fleur-de-lis sa. Brigis, 
Westmoreland; Harl. MS. 5SiS, {0.15. Briggs, 
Ernestrie Park, co. Salop. 

Or on each of three escu. gu. a bend vair. Briggs, 
London ; and co. Salop. 

Gu. on each of three escu a bend vair betw. 

two (roses or) 5-foils or. Beigges, Add. MS. 
5333, fo. 63 b. 

Arg. on each of three escu. gu. a bend vairy as 
the first and sa. betw. two roses or. Bridges, 
Chillingford, and Badow, Essex; granted 1562. 



On 3 ESCUCHEONS coitt. 
Bend cont. 

Arg. on each of three escu. gu. a bend vair betw. 
two 5-foil8 or. Patmer, co. York. And with 
a bordure engr. az. bezanty. Patmer. 
Bird Eagle 

Or on each of three escu. sa. an eagle displ. as 
the first. Hobbs, co. Somerset. 

Sa. on each of three escu. or an eagle displ. as 
the first. HoBBs, Stoke-Gussy, co. Somerset. 
Martlet 

Gu. on each of three escu. arg. a martlet sa. 
(another, three martlets sa.) Boublynet. 
Bordure 

Arg. on each of three escn. or a bordure go. 
Gboombridge. 

Vert on each of three escu. arg. a bordure engr. 
or. Burreix, Baron Gwydir 1796 ; quartering 
or three bars wavy gu. Burreli., Beckenham, 
Kent; a younger branch of Bureell, Holm- 
sted, Sussex. Bueeeu., Valantine House, 
Essex ; and West Grinstead Park, and Knipp 
Castle, Sussex ; quartering Woodland. 

Yen on each of three escu. or a bordure engr. 
arg. Sr. Bubeell, V. 
Cup 

Arg. on each of three escu. sa. a cup covered or. 
Boteler, Eastry, Kent. Richard Botelleb, 
Kent; granted by Dethick, and afterwards 
altered, Harl. MS. 1453 fo. 33-68. 

Or on each of three esciL sa. a cup covered of 
the first. Botei.er, Kent. 
FesB 

Arg. on each of three escn. gu. a fess vair betw. 
two 5-foils or. Pasmebe, Exeter. 

Arg. on three escu. two and one or a fess betw. 
two chev. gu.; gu. three lucies haurient in 
fess arg ; and sa. a fret (or fretty) arg. Cister- 
cian Abbi^y at Caldeb, Cumberland. 
6.Foil 

Gu. on each of three escu. arg. a 5-foil az. 
VowELL, CO. Devon, V; and co. Somerset, 1730; 
and Creke Abbey, Norfolk. The 6-foil pierced. 
VowELL, CO. Somerset, V. The 5-foil of the 
first. VowELL, Norfolk, The 5-foil pierced. 
Vowel, last prior of Walsingham. The 5-foil 

sa. VoWELL. 

Garb 
Arg. on each of three escu. gu. a garb or banded 
of the second. Hay, Leith, Scotland. 
Hand 
Arg. on each of three escu. sa. a sinister gauntlet 
apaumy or. Lowman, Lowman, co. Devon, W. 
LowMAN, Whitstone, co. Devon, 1620 ; and co. 
Somerset. 
Leaf 
Gu. on each of three escu. or a leaf vert. Noxe, 
W. 

Monster 
Or on each of three escu. gu. a griflBn segreant 
of the first. Exisy (? Ejusy), Cornwall, 
Mallets 
Arg. on each of three escu. az. as many mullets 
of the first. Levilloigne. 
Fheon 
Or on each of three escu. gu. a pheon of the first. 

Samuel Pabker, Bishop of Oxford 1680-8, 
Or on each of three escu, sa. as many pheons 

arg. Pabkee, Essex. 
Or on each of three escu. sa. a broad arrowhead 
of the first. Paekee, Fryth Hall, Essex ; 
granted 1537. But a pheon of the first. 
Henry Parker, Frith Hall, Essex, V. 



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On 3 ESCTICHEONS cont. 

Roundles Plates 

Arg. on each of three escu. sa. a plate. 

SOTHERAM. 

Bezants 

Arg. on each of three escu. gu. six bezants. 

Ferrant, F*. 
Arg. on each of three escu. nine bezants three 

three two and one. Sr. John de Ludham, V. 

On 3 ESCUCHEONS betw. or within 

Arg. on each of three escu. gu. all within a hordure 
engr. az. bezanty a bend vair betw. two 5-foils 
or. Henry Brigges alias Father, Halifax, 
CO. York, V. Pasmere, co. Devon, W. 

Or on each of three escu. gu. all within a hor- 
dure engr. of the second an eagle displ. arg. 
Warde, CO. Hertford. 

4 ESCTICHEONS 

Per saltire erra. and or four escu. in cross gu. 
Sadler, Salisbury. 

On 4 ESCTICHEONS 

Per saltire or and erm. on each of four escu- 
cheons one in chief and another in base sa. 
a stag lodged arg. in the dexter side an escu. 
gn. on a bend arg. betw. two garbs or three 
crosses croslet fitchy sa. in the sinister side 
an escu. sa. a harp. arg. Henry Sadleyer, 
CO. Stafiford, V. Sadleyr, V*. 

5 ESCTICHEONS 

Barry of twelve erm. and gu. (another gu. and 
erm.) five escu. arg. Hall. 

On 5 ESCUCHEONS 

Billets 

Arg. on each of five escu. az. two one and two so 
many billets in saltire like the first. Fetiplace. 
Eoundles (Plates) 

Arg. on each of five escu. in cross az. as many 
plates saltirewise. Portugal, Harl. MS. Ii829 
fo. 46. Beatrix (perhaps Pinto), quartering 
az. five crescents in saltire or, born in Portugal, 
married, before 1415, the Baron Talbot and 
afterwards married Fettiplace; seal in Nichols, 
Coll. Top. i, 87, 405. 
Bezants 

Arg. on each of five escu. in saltire az. as many 
bezants. Kingdom of Portugal after 1139. 

Arg. on each of five escu. in cross gu. six bezants 
in pile. Jo. Ferbant, W. 

On 6 ESCTICHEONS betw. or within 

Arg. on each of five escu. in cross az. within a 
bordure gu. charged with castles or as many 
plates saltirewise. Portugal, as borne by 
Beatrix legitimated daughter of John I, King 
of Portugal and (married in 1405) Countess of 
Arundel; seal in Nichols, Coll. Top., i, 84. 
Portugal, Z, 256, as boine by Catherine of 
Braganza, daughter of John IV, King of Por- 
tugal and wife of Charles 11. 

6 ESCUCHEONS 

Arg. six escu. sa. Watling. 

Az. six escu. arg. Schombergh or Scombergh. 

Barry of six or and sa. as many escu. erm. 

BooER or Bower, London. 
Barry often arg. and az. six escu. sa. Fakenuam 

or Feckenhabi. 



On 6 ESCTICHEONS 

Barry of ten arg. and vert six escu. gu. Milles. 
Mills, co. Bedford ; and Casnalbery, co. Hert- 
ford ; granted 1643. 

Gu. six escu. arg. Shomburgh. 

Barry of six arg. and az. on each of six escu. 
sa. a lion ramp, as the first enraged gu. 
Cecill, Exeter. 

Barry of ten arg. and az. on each of six escu. sa. 
a lion ramp, as the first. Cecil, Baron Bur- 
leigh 1570, Earl of Exeter 1605, Z, 345; and 
Baron Cecil 1603, Viscount Cranbourne 1604, 
Earl of Salisbury 1605, Marquis 1789. Cecil, 
F*. Sr. William Cicill, lord of Burghley, V. 
Sr.WilliamSiTSiLT, Baron of Burley,r. Sitsilt 
or Cecil ; Bossewell, 81. Sitsylt also Cseill, 
Enderbie, Cambria Triumphans. And with a 
crescent for difi". Charles Cecil, Bishop of 
Bristol 1733, Bangor 1734-7. 

8 ESCTICHEONS 

Barryof tenor and az. eight escn. in orlearg. Pitt, 
CO. Worcester, W. Pitt, Harl. MS. 1556 fo. 167. 
Or eight escu. in orle sa. Crook. 

ESTOILE 

(of six wavy points unless otherwise described,) 
including Comet: see also Mullet, and Sun. 

.... an estoile flaming .... Dalison, brass cc. 
1400 at Laughton, co. Lincpln. 

.... a sixteen-pointed estoile enclosed by a 
crescent .... Town of Ilchester, co. So- 
merset. 

Arg. a four-pointed comet star .... Hurston. 

Arg. an eight-pointed estoile az. Herst alias 
Grove. 

Arg. an estoile gu. Delahay. Harpden. 

Arg. a twelve-pointed estoile gu. M. John De 
LA Hay, D {see ROELE). Hurst, Barrowby, 
CO. Lincoln. 

Arg. a sixteen-pointed estoile gu. Delahay, co. 
Hereford. Herst, V. And w;th a crescent 
for difi". Hurse, Sabridgeworth, co. Hertford. 

Arg. an estoile sa. Parnell. 

.\rg. an eight-pointed estoile sa. Pernell, V. 

Arg. an estoile enclosed by a crescent sa. 
Thorpe. 

Az. an estoile arg. Hugqard. Ogard. Ogarde. 

Az. an estoile enclosed by a crescent arg. 
Holland, Harl. MS. 5863, fo. 127 b. Minshull, 
Hampton, co. Chester, quartering Leycester ; 
CO. Buckingham; co. Devon; SufibJk; and 
Portslade, Surrey. 

Az. an estoile arg. enclosed by a crescent or. 
Richard Mynshull, co. Chester, V. 

Az. a seven -pointed estoile arg. Ogard, V. 

Az. an eight-pointed estoile arg. Hospital of 
St. Mary Bethlem. Ogand. Ogarde. 

Az. an eight-pointed estoile enclosed by a cres- 
cent arg. Minshull, V*. 

Az. an estoile or. Dufein, Wapping, Middlesex ; 
quartering gu. an eagle's head erased arg. in 
the beak an oak branch fructed ppr. Hedeney 
or Hedney. Hewham. Hodney. Melweham, 
quartering arg. three palets az., V. Meweham 
Mewham and Mewtham. Skottow, London. 

Az. an estoile or enclosed by a crescent arg. 
William Moulson, V. 

Az. an estoile enclosed by a crescent or. Caspar. 

Az. a seven-pointed estoile or. Hedeney, V. 

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ESTOILE coiit. 

Az. an eight-pointed esloile or enclosed by a 
crescent arg. Moulson (? Manelson, co. Lin- 
coln). MouLSON, y*. 

A/, an eiglit-pointed estoile enclosed by a cres- 
cent or. Town of Portsmouth. 

Az. a nine-pointed estoile or. Aldham. 

Az. a sixteen-pointed esloile or. Bawdwyn. 
HoGARD. HiiiTsoN. Cleasby, co. "York. The 
estoile pierced. Aldham, V*. 

Az. a comet in the dexter chief point with rays 
streaming in bend or. Cartwright, Scotland. 

Barry of live az. and or an estoile enclosed by a 
crescent .... Sir W. Burdet, temp. Henry III ; 
Erdeswick. 

Bendy of six or and gu. a sixteen-pointed estoile 
az. Morris. 

Gu. an estoile enclosed by a crescent arg. 
TowKE ; Harl. MS. 1386 fo. 66. 

Gu. an eight-pointed estoile (or sun) arg. Baux, 
Duke of St. Andree; quartering az. flory or. 
Richmond, V*. 

Gu. an eight-pointed estoile arg. Hansard. 

Gu. a twelve-pointed estoile arg. Francis de 
Baux, Duke of Andree; quartered by Eliza- 
beth wife of Edward IV, Z. ai3. 

Gu. an estoile or. Bruin or Bruyin, quartering 
az. an estoile or. 

Gu. an estoile enclosed by a crescent or. Rich- 
ard TONKE, V. TONKES. ToWKE, 

Or au estoile sa. Starre, Sydmouth, co. Devon. 

Or an estoile flaming sa. Waldock. 

Or an eight-pointed esloile sa. Waldeck, V. 

Waldock, V*. 
Per pale az. and gu. an eight-pointed esloile or. 

Waldegrave. 
Per pale gu. and sa. an eight-pointed estoile en- 
closed by a crescent or. Boughtell, Bodmyn, 

Cornwall; granted 1006. 
Quarterly gu. and or an estoile in the first 

quarter arg. Le Count D'Oxford, Y. 
Sa. an estoile arg. Ingleby, Ripley, co. York. 

John Ingleby, Bishop of Llandaff 1496-9. 

John de Ingleby, X. Ingilby. Jodreli.. 
Sa. a seven-pointed estoile arg. Ingilby, V. 
Sa. an eight-pointed estoile arg. Hanford, 

Redmarley d'Abitot, and Woollers Hall, co. 

Worcester. Harford. Honfoed,co. Chester, 

V. Ingleby, CO. Chester. 
Sa. an eight-pointed estoile enclosed by a cres- 
cent arg. Densell, V*. 
Sa. a sixteen-pointed esloile arg. Hanford, 

Wooller's Hill,co. Worcester,1727. Hokenhull. 

Ingleby, Norfolk. 
Sa. an estoile erm. Ingleby, co. York. 

1 ESTOILE and in chief 

on a Canton 
Az. a sixteen-pointed estoile or on a caoton 

gu. a lion pass. arg. St. Clere, V*. 
on a Chief . . . Bougets 
Arg. an estoile az. on a chief of the second three 

water bougets or. Terby or Tereby. 
Arg. an esloile az. on a chief gu. three water 

bougets or. Terely. 
Arg. an estoile gu. on a chief az. three water 

bougets or. Teeeby or Terby. 
Arg. an eight-pointed estoile gu. on a chief az. 

three water bougets or. Torraby, V. 
....Heads 
Az. an estoile or on a chief of the last three 

spear's heads as the first. Hogarth or 

Howgart, Scotland. 



1 ESTOILE and in chief cont. 

Crescents 
Az. an esloile or in chief two crescents arg. 

Lawson, Humby, Scotland. 
Per bend indented arg. and gu. in chief two 
crescents and in base a alar all counterchanged. 
Allan, Sauchnell. 
Estoiles 
Or an esloile enclosed by a crescent in chief 

two stars gu. Bateman. 
Per fess wavy .... and .... in base an estoile 
enclosed by two crescents interlaced in chief 
as many stars each enclosed by a reversed 
crescent .... Christian, Ireland, ob. 1699. 
Fleurs-de-lis 
Per chev. or and gu. an estoile and in chief two 
fleurs-de-lis counterchanged. Smith, Wray, 
CO. Lancaster; and London; quartering Skir- 
row. 

Fruit 
Per fess or and az. an estoile and in chief two 
acorns counterchanged. Delangle. 
Quarter 
Az. a sixteen-pointed estoile or on a quarter 
gu. a lion pass. arg. St. Cleere, V. 

1 ESTOILE betw. or within ... 

Birds 

Arg. an estoile gu. betw. three blackbirds ppr. 
beaked and legged of the second. Van Zeller, 
London. 
Bordure 

Quarterly gu. and or in the first quarter an estoile 
arg. all within a bordure engr. sa. Hugh 
de Veke, younger son of the Earl of Oxford; 
K, Harl. MS. 6137. 

Sa. an estoile arg. within a bordure engr. com- 
pony gu. and or. Amcolts Ingilby, Ketlle- 
thorpe Park, co. Lincoln ; and Ripley Castle, 
CO, York; Baronetcy 164-2-1772. 

Sa. an estoile arg. within a bordure or. Ingoldsby, 
CO. York. 

Sa. an esloile for difi". or within a bordure arg. 
charged with 5-foils gu. Sire John Darsy the 
son ; 0. 
Canton 

Gu. an eight-pointed estoile enclosed by an in- 
crescent arg. in base a boar pass, or on a canton 
erra. a sword ppr. hilled gold. Baird, New- 
bylh, CO. Haddington; Baronetcy 1809. 
Coronets 

Gu. an esloile betw. three eastern crowns or. 
Grant, Aucherinick. Grant, Burnside. 
Crescents 

Az. an estoile betw. two crescents in pale arg. 
KiLTRA ; ( but see) Nisbet, i, 248. 

Az. an estoile or betw. three crescents arg. 
Thorpe, London ; and co. Northampton. 

Gu. at) estoile betw. three crescents arg. 
Oliphant, Rossie, Scotland. 
Crosses 

Arg. au estoile gu. betw. three crosses croslet 
fitchy az. Adamson, Scotland. 
Flannches 

Sa. an esloile or betw. two flaunches erm. 
Hibberd. Hobart, Suffolk. And with an 
escu. arg. a sinister hand gu. Henry Hoberte, 
Chief Justice of the Common Pleas at the 
Charter House, 1019. 

Sa. an eight-pointed estoile or betw. two flaunches 
erm. Hobart, Blickling, and Intwood, Nor- 
folk; Baronetcy 1611, Barony 1728, Earl of 
Buckinghamshire 1746; quartering Maynard 



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1 ESTOILE betw. or within.... cont. 

Flaunches cont. 
and Bertie. Hobart, Dromore, co. Waterford ; 
Mount Melick, King's County, and High Mount, 
CO. Cork; heiresses m. Wight, and Seymour. 
HoBEUT, Cotton MS. Claudius C 3 fo. 62 b. 
Fleurs-de-lis 
Gn. an estoile enclosed by a crescent betw. three 
fleurs-de-lis reversed or. Town of Wareham, 
CO. Dorset. 
6-Foil8 
Gn. an estoile or betw. three 5-foiIs arg. within a 
bordure engr. of the third charged with fleurs- 
de-lis vert alternately with crescents az. 
Hamilton, Edinburgh, 1785. 
Keys 
Az. an eight pointed estoile or betw. three keys 
erect arg. Ballow, Westminster; and Nor- 
wich. 

Boandles 
Az. an estoile or betw. four bezants in saltire and 
in each coi ner of the field acastle arg. Stainbank, 
London ; granted 1755. 
Spots 
Pnrp. an estoile radiated wavy betw. eight spots 
of the royal tiger in pairs saltirewise or. 
(Augmentation representing the standard of 
the Sultan of Mysore to) Wellesley, Marquis 
Wellesley; granted 1790. 
Treasure 
Az. a twelve-pointed estoile flaming arg. within a 
double tressure flory connterflory or. Winton, 
as quartered for that title by Seton. 

1 ESTOILE betw. or within .... 

and in chief. . . . 

Sa. an eight-pointed estoile or in base betw. two 
flaunches erm. in chief a crescent (? for difi".) 
arg. HuBBABD, Durham. 

Oq 1 ESTOILE 

Arg. on an estoile sa.bezanty. Delahay. 

On 1 ESTOILE betw. or within.... 

Crescent 

Sa. on a ten (sixteen V*) pointed estoile betw. 

two flaunches erm. a crescent .... Hobart, 

F*. Hubbert, V. Waller Ubbeet, V. 
Cups 
Sa. on an estoile betw. three cups covered or an 

annulet of the first. Garlehampe, Middlesex. 

Gari.ehanap, v. 
Boundle 
Arg. on an estoile sa. betw. four ogresses a 

bezant. Pewlle. 

2 ESTOILES 

Per chev. sa. and erm. in chief two estoiles or. 
Jacket. Jaket, V. 

2 ESTOILES and in chief.... 

Canton 
Gu. two estoiles arg. a canton erm, Leverton. 

2 ESTOILES and in base.... 

Beast .... Lion 

Per fess az. and gu. in chief two estoiles and in 
base a lion pass. arg. Newton, Dalcoif, Scot- 
land. 

. . . .Wolf 

Sa. two estoiles or in base a wolf ramp, per fess 
erm. and erminois. Wilson, Flatt, near Blew- 
castle, Northumberland; confirmed 177.'). 



2 ESTOILES and in ba8e....con^ 
Bird 
Per chev. embattled sa. and arg. in chief two 
estoiles as the second in base a heathcock of 
the first combed and wattled gu. Heath. 
Crescent 
Or two estoiles and in base a crescent enclosing 

an estoile gu. Bateman. 
Per fess wavy .... and .... two estoiles each 
enclosed by a reversed crescent in base as 
many crescents interlaced with an estoile betw. 
the centre horns .... Christian, Ireland, ob. 
1C90. 
Garb 
Per chev. nebuly or and az. two estoiles and in 
base a garb counterchanged. Meakin, Wor- 
cester. 
Bock 
Arg. two estoiles and in base a rock sa. Kirwan, 
Ireland. 

2 ESTOILES betw. or within.... 

Chevrons 
Gu. two estoiles arg. betw. as many chevrons and 

three 5-foil8 or. Korke, V*. 
Chief 
Arg. two estoiles and a crescent in base sa. a 

chief chequy of the first and second. Causland. 
Gu. two estoiles in chief arg. a lion pass, in base 

or on a chief of the second a wreath of lanrel 

vert enclosing two swords in saltire ppr. pomels 

and hilts or in chief the medal for Waterloo. 

McInnes, Charlton Kings, co. Gloucester. 
Clouds 
Sa. two estoiles or betw. so many clouds as bars 

arg. and four stars of the second. Clodeshale, 

Harl.MS.2{i\i,io.mh. 

2 ESTOILES betw. and in base 

Sa. in chief two estoiles arg. within a bordure engr. 
or and in base a martlet of the second. Baeon, 
Essex ; and London. 

3 ESTOILES 

.... three estoiles .... Botleby. 

Arg. three estoiles az. Innes, That Ilk. Innes, 
Innes, co. Elgin. Innes, Lochlash, co. Ross; 
and Coxton, co. Moray; Baronetcy 1819-01 j 
quartering Graham. 

Arg. three estoiles gu. Knovill, 1301. 

Arg. three eight-pointed (four straight and four 
wavy) estoiles in chief sa. Dennie or Denny, 
Scotland. 

Az. in chief three estoiles (another, mullets) arg. 
Dalmahoy, Dalmahoy, Scotland; Baronetcy 
1C79. Kelley or Kelly, Ireland. 

Az. three estoiles arg. Nicol de Boneteby, B. 
(The ancient coat of) Dowglas. Murray, 
Broughton, co. Wigtown ; and Cally, co. Kirk- 
cudbright; quartering Lennox and Stewart. 
Vandergdcht, London. 

Az. three estoiles or each enclosed by a crescent 
arg. Saffin, Wolf-Hereston, co. Somerset. 

Az. three estoiles or. Murray, Bothwell, 
Scotland. PeUsay, Preston, co. Lancaster. 
TiMBRELL. St. Wilfeid, Archbishop of York 
718-35. 

Az. three eight-pointed estoiles each issuing from 
a crescent or. Chaffin or Saffin, co. Somerset. 

Barry wavy of four az. and gu. in chief three 
estoiles or. Jenkinson, co. Lincoln, (? error). 

Erm. three estoiles az. Innes, Blairtoun, Scot- 
land ; alteration \&H^. 



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3 ESTOILES cont. 
Gu. three estoiles org. Robert la Hamsaut, iiT; 

but Hansarde, K. Harl. MS. 0137. Gilbert 

Hansard, B. Hanford. Kirkai.dy, ( Inclitiire, 

Scotland). Sr. Walter Ridmare, L, Harl. MS. 

6148 ; but Ridmore or Rydmohe, L, Harl. MS. 

6589. 
Gu. three estoiles or. Hansard. Ridmore. 

Sutherland, Torbal, Scotland. 
Gu. three estoiiej* (? oi) sa. Levermore, Lanlivery, 

CO. Cornwall. 
Or three estoiles each enclosed by a crescent gn. 

Bateman, London ; and How Hall, Norfolk. 

Batewan, Middleton by Youlgrave, co. Derby ; 

descended from Bateman, South Winfield. 
Per chev. sa. and arg. three estoiles in chief or. 

WiGTON, CO. Leicester. Wyogeston. 
Per chief or and arg. three estoiles t-a. Hi;le, V. 
Per fess or and arg. three estoiles sa. Hiche. 

Hitch, ifaW. MS. 1566, fo. 124 b. Hule, V*. 

But seven-pointed, Hyche, V. 
Per fess or and sa. three estoiles counterchanged. 

Hicke. Hitch, co. Worcester. 
Per pale az. and gu. three estoiles flaming or each 

enclosed by a crescent arg. HoBHOUSE,Hadspen 

House, CO. Somerset; descended from Hobhouse 

Wesibury College, co. Gloucester, and Chantry 

House, CO. Wilts, baronetcy 1812. 
Sa. three estoiles arg. Brockwell. Hersewell. 

Stodart, or Stothert. 
Sa. three estoiles or. Harleshall. Wigton, 

CO. York. 

3 ESTOILES and in chief. . . . 
Canton 
.... three estoiles .... and a canton arm. Hugh 

Westwood, CO. Gloucester ; seal. 
Gu. three estoiles .... a canton erm. Leverton. 
Gu. three estoiles or a canton erm. Leverton, 

Parley House, Croydon, co. Surrey. 
Gu. three eight-pointed estoiles or a canton erm. 

Leverton, or Lenton. 
Or three estoiles each enclosed by a crescent gu. 

a canton az. Bateman, Hartington Hall, co. 

Derby; Baronetcy 1806. 
Chief 
Az. three estoiles and a chief wavy or. Robartes, 

Lanhyderock, co. Cornwall; of Truro, Baronetcy 

1621; extinct 1764. Lord Robartes, Viscount 

Bodmin, and Earl of Radnor, 1679. Roberts, 

Cornwall; and Twickenham, co. Middlesex; 

grantedl&li. Roberts, Barnstaple, co. Devon. 
Or three estoiles and a chief az. Take. 

On a chief Palets 

Arg. three estoiles gu. on a chief of the last as 

many palets or. Dickson, Sornbegg and In- 

neresk, Scotland. 
Estoiles 
Gu. in base three estoiles barwise and in chief a 

crescent between two estoiles arg. Ouston. 

Scotland. 
Lahel. 
Gu. three estoiles arg. a label of five points or. 

Goges, 
Or three estoiles gu. a label of five points az. 

Knomley. 

3 ESTOILES and in base 

Beast .... Lion 
Az. three estoiles and in base a lion ramp. arg. 

Inglis, Manners and Mannerbead, Scotland. 
Gu. three estoiles and in base a liou pass. arg. 
Newton, Scotland. 



,cont. 



3 ESTOILES and in base , 
Beast .... Lion cont. 

Or three estoiles and in base a lion ramp. gu. 
Fairlie, Bruntsfield, Scotland. 

Vert three estoiles and in base a lion ramp. or. 
O'MoRE, Leix, Ireland. 
Wolf 

Az. three estoiles and in base a war-wolf pass. arg. 
DiCKisoN, Wiukelstoun, Scotland. 

Sa. three estoiles arg. and in base a wolf salient 
or. Wilson, Inverness; and Fingach, Scotland. 
Wilson, co. Hertford. 

Sa. three estoiles and in base a wolf ramp. or. 
Wilson, Eastbourne, Sussex, Baronetcy 1660. 
W'lLSON, Eshton Hall, co. York; derived from 
Wilson, Brigsteare, Westmoreland. Wilson, 
Ive's Place, Maidenhead, co. Berks ; and Esh- 
ton Hall, Gargrave, co. York. Wilson, Brom- 
head, co. York. Edmund Wilson, Willen, co. 
Hertford, V. 

Sa. three estoiles and in base a wolf salient or. 
Wilson. Wilson, Stralby, co. Lincoln ; Forest 
Hall, near Long Benton, Northumberland; 
Eastbourne and She.sfield, Sussex; and Elton, 
CO. York. Wilson, Field House, Brancepeth, 
and Lumley Castle, Durham. Wilson, Melton, 
CO. York. Thomas Wilson, Bishop of Sodor, 
etc. 1(197 17f)5. 
Head 

Per fess dancetty sa. and arg. three estoiles and 
in base a boar's head erased all counterchanged. 
Shewal, That Ilk. 
Monster 

Per chev. or and az. throe estoiles and in base 
a cockatrice (another a dragon) counterchanged. 
Browne, Norfolk. 

3 ESTOILES betw. or within 

Beasts 
Gu. three estoiles in chev. between as many lions 

ramp. arg. Ross, Morinchie, Scotland ; a cadet 

of Balnagowan ; New Register. 
Bendlets or Cotises 
Arg. three estoiles sa. within two cotises gu. betw. . 

six lioncels az. Bohun. 
Az. three estoiles in bend betw. double cotises 

arg. Bbydaij,. Bridall, Middlesex; granted 

1669. 

Bordure 
Arg. three estoiles az. within a bordure of the 

second. Innes, Edinburgh. But twelve- 
pointed. Innes, Eitfour, co. Banflf, Scotland. 
Arg. three five-pointed estoiles within a bordure 

indented az. Innes, Thurston, Scotland. 
Arg. three estoiles az. within a bordure chequy of 

the first and second. Innes, Edingight, Scot- 
land. 
Arg. three estoiles (gu.?) within a bordure az. 

charged with eight annulets or. Innes. 
Arg. three estoiles gu. within a bordure engr. sa. 

Baron. 
Arg. three estoiles within a bordure sa. Sprint. 
Az. three estoiles within a bordure or. Sporle, 

Suffolk, F. 
Az. three estoiles within a bordure engr. or. 

Sporley, or Spurley, Suffolk. 
Sa. three estoiles within a bordure arg. Stoddard, 

Leith, Scotland; and Sufl'olk. 
Sa. three estoiles arg. (or V*.) within a bordure 

engr. or a martlet in the centre for diflF. 

Baron, W. 
Sa. three estoiles within a bordure engr. or. 

Gauston. 



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3 ESTOILES betw. or within .... cont. 
Bordure cont. 

Sa. three estoiles and a bordure indented or. The 
Baron of Wignetone, K. 

Sa. three ten-pointed estoiles per fess arg. and or 
within a bordure engr. of the second. Stodard, 
V. 

Sa. three eight-pointed estoiles per fess counter, 
changed arg. and or within a bordure of the 
second. Stodder, Kent. 
Chevrons 

Gu. three estoiles betw. two chev. arg. and three 
five-foils or. John Koeke, V. 

Gu. three e-toiles arg. betw. two chev. or and 
three five-foils of the second. John Koeke, V. 
Crosses 

Az. three estoiles or accompanied with seven 
crosses crosslet fitcby ttiree one two and one arg. 
within a bordure embattled or. Sommerville, 
Scotland. 
Tressure 

Az. three estoiles arg. within a double tressure 
flory counter-flory or. Moray, Abercairny, co. 
Perth; quartering Stirling. Crichton, That 
Ilk, CO. Edinburgh. Lord Crichton and Vis- 
count Frendrausht ; ext. 1C98, in memory of 
descent from Dunbar, Earl of Murray. And 
with an imperial crown in the centre for difF. or. 
Murray, Baron Huntingdon and Earl of 
Dysart 1643 and 1670. 

Az. three estoiles arg. within a tressure flory 
counter-flory or and a bordure per pale of the 
second and third a martlet in the centre fur 
diff. Murray, Spot, Scotland. 

Az. three estoiles within a double tressure, flory 
and counter-flory or. Murray, Touchadam and 
Polmaise, co. Stirling; descended from Sir 
William de Moravia, Sanford. Murray (Earl 
of Mansfield) ; quartering Barclay. And wiih a 
bordure or and crescent for difF. arg. Murray, 
Murray thwaite, Scotland; quartering Dairy mple. 

3 ESTOILES betw. or within . . . 

and in chief .... 

Arg. three estoiles in fess az. betw. two barrulets 
engr. gu. a canton of the third charged with 
the Sim in splendour. Thompson, Lansdowne 
Place, CO. Somerset. 

Az. a crescent for diS". betw. three estoiles within 
a double tressure flory counterflory arg. on a 
canton of the last a thistle vert crowned or. 
Murray, Earl of Annandale. 

Gu. three estoiles in chev. betw. as many lions 
ramp. arg. on a chief for augmentation or 
a portion of the terrestrial globe ppr. charged 
with "Arctceos Numine Fines" and an escu. ru. a 
lion pass.guard.ofthe first. Capt.Sir John Ross. 

4 ESTOILES 

Quarterly gu. and az. four estoiles or. Bruyin. 
Bruin. 

5 ESTOILES 

Arg. five estoiles in fess betw. two barrulets az. 

WiitE, Lord Mayor of London, 1858. 
Az. five estoiles two two and one arg. Vivian, 

France, 1736. 
Gu. five estoiles or. Apabam, 
Sa. five estoiles two one and two arg. Anderson, 

Erbury, co. Warwick. 

6 ESTOILES betw. or within 

Cross 
Arg. five estoiles within a cross voided cantoned 
by four lions ramp. sa. Billingsley, Shrop- 
shire. 



5 ESTOILES betw. or within cont. 

Flaunches 
Gu. five estoiles arg. betw. two flaunches chequy 

of the second and sa. Dobinson, Westminster. 
Gu. five estoiles or betw. two flaunches chequy 

arg. and sa. Dabbins, 1616. 

6 ESTOILES 

Arg. six estoiles gu. Sainsbury. 

Barry of five arg. and sa. six estoiles gu. 

Priekse, V*. Pearse, Court, co. Devon ; 

granted 12 August 1641. Pearse, Dulverton, 

CO. Somerset. 
Barry of five az. and erm. six estoiles arg. 

Harrison, Copford Hall, Essex ; quartering 

Fiske. Harrison, Dow Hill, Kent. 
Barry of five az, and erm. six estoiles or. 

Harrison, Essex; Reisby, and Burton-Stath, 

CO. Lincoln. 
Sa. six estoiles in bend or. Esteby. 

6 ESTOILES betw. or within .... 
Gu. six estoiles three two and one arg. within 

a bordure indented or. Auston. 
Gu. six estoiles sa. each within a mascle or. 

TiGNILL. 

7 ESTOILES and in chief . . . 

Az. seven estoiles in orbicular form in chief the 
sun and full moon or. De Fontibus. 

8 ESTOILES 

Arg. eight estoiles three three and two gu. 

O'Carol, Ireland. 
Barry of seven arg. and gu. eight estoiles one 

three three and one sa. Lionnel. 
Or eight estoiles three two two and one sa. 

Dargies. 

8 ESTOILES and in chief.... 

Gu. eight e>toiles in orle arg. on a canton of the 
second a lion ramp. sa. Torleste, F*. The lion 
armed and langiied as the first. Forlesse, 
Whatcombe, CO. Berks; granted 1637. 

9 ESTOILES 

Az. nine estoiles three three two and one arg. 

Baillie, Hoperig, East Lothian. Baillie, 

Lamington. Laurence Baily, Liverpool; 

nephew of Arthur Baily, Townhill, co. Hants; 

quartering Savage (Rivers) and Head ; his 

heiress m. the Hon. Sir Edward Butler. 
Az. nine estoiles three three and three arg. 

Bayi.ey. 
.Az. nine estoiles or. Alston, Harl. MS. 1566. 

fo. 47 b. Lewis Bayly, Bishop of Bangor, 

1610-31. 
Barry of six sa. and arg. nine estoiles three three 

and three or. Glodsall, co. Worcester. 

9 ESTOILES betw. or within .... 

Bars 
Gu. nine estoiles three three and three betw. two 

bars gem els wavy or. Cloeshall. 
Bordure 
Az. nine estoiles three three two and one arg. 

within a bordure of the second charged with 

eight crescents as the first. Baillie, Balmudy- 

side and Parbroth. 
Az. nine estoiles three three two and one arg. 

within a bordure nebuly of the second and sa. 

Bailue, Polkemmet, co. Linlithgow ; Baronetcy 

1823. 
Az. nine estoiles three three two and one arg. 

within a bordure wavy or. Baillie, Inshaughy, 

Ireland. 



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10 ESTOILES 

Az. ten esfoiles four three two and one or. 
Alston, Z, 539. Alston, Saxham Hall, Suf- 
folk ; and Odell, co. Beds, descended from 
Alston, Stisted, Essex; temp. Edward I; 
Baronetcy 1642. Alston, Edwardston, Suffolk ; 
and of Chelsea, Middlesex ; descended from 
Alstons of Srtxham Hall; Baronetcy 1681. 
Alstoines. Alstoins, V. 

Gu. ten eight-pointed estoiles in pile or. Alstons. 

10 ESTOILES and in chief. . . . 

Az. ten estoiles or on a chief arg. a crescent re- 
versed gu, betw. two boar's heads couped sa. 
Alstone. 

ESTOILES 

Or estoiles in orle gu. Daigers. 

ESTOILES and in chief.... 

Gu. estoiles in orle arg. on a canton of the second 
a lion ramp. sa. Toelesse, Berkshire. 

TOKLESTE, V*. 

EWEE see Cup 
EYE 

Arg. an oak tree growing out of a mount in base 
vert on one of the branches a pair of spectacles 
on the top of the tree an eye ppr. Wate. 

Arg. in chief an human eye ppr. in base an oak 
tree growing out of a mount vert all within a 
bordure gu. Watt, Edinburgh. 

FALCHION see Sword 

FALCON see Bird 

1 FAN and in chief. . . . 

For Winnowing Basket see Van 

Or a fan displayed mounted with various devices 
and colours slicks gu. on a chief per pale gu. 
and az. the dexter side charged with a shaving 
iron over a bundle of sticks tied together or on 
the sinister side a framed saw in pale of the 
last. Fanmakehs, or Fanstick Makers, Com- 
pany of, London. 

FASCES see Axe 
Az. a fasces in pale or axe arg. over all on a fess 
gu. three estoiles of the second. Cardinal 
Mazarin, 1601. 

FASCES and in chief. . . . 

Barry dancetty of five or and sa. fasces in pale 
ppr. a chief az. thereon three annulets arg. 
Beck, Creeling St. Maiy, and Needbam Market, 
Sutlblk, descended trom liecke, co. Lincoln. 

Arg. Roman fasces and sword in saltire ppr. in 
chiel an arm in armour holding a pair of balances 
az. HosEASON, Zetland and Jamaica. 

FEATHER 

Gu. a pen held by the dexter paw of a lion ramp, 
arg. Gbey. 

FEATHEE and in chief. . . . 

Per chev. or and az. an ostrich feather arg. in 
chief two roses gu. stalked leaved and barbed 
vert seeded ol the first. Kullingwike. 

Per chev. or and az. a feather arg. in chief three 
roses gu. stalked vert. Owen. co. Oxford. 

FEATHER betw. or within .... 
Arg. an ostrich feather eusigned with an 
imperial crown ppr. betw. three cocks gu. 
OocKDURN ; quartering gu. six mascles three 
two and one or ; as quartered by Campbell. 



2 FEATHERS 

Gu. two ostrich feathers endoi'sed or. Scholley. 

2 FEATHERS betw. or within. . , . 

Az. two owtrich feathers in saliiie betw. three 
boar's heads couped at the neck ars[. bristled 
and tusked or. Newton, Charlton, Kent ; and 
Priory, CO. Warwick; Baronetcy 162U; extinct 
1700. 

Gu. two ostrich feathers in saltire arg. betw. four 
leopard's faces or. Hubbald, Stoke, Surrey ; 
granted 1707. 

3 FEATHERS 

Arg. three feathers in pale each bending from the 
other in the tops gu. shafis (or quills) or. 
Brobrach. 

Az. three plumes of ostrich feathers two and one 
arg. Hewetson, Ireland. 

Gu. three ostrich feathers arg. Griggs. . 

Sa. three ostrich feathers arg. HuMrHREV, 
HuMPHRiE.or Humphry. 

Sa. three ostrich feathers erm. quills or transfixed 
through as many scrolls of the last. John, 
Duke of Lancaster, Z, 249. 

Sa. three ostrich feathers or. Godin. Edward 
Plantagenet, the Black Prince, son of Ed- 
ward III, on his tomb at Canterbury, as by his 
will. 

3 FEATHERS betw. or within 

and in base .... 

Per chev. erm. and az. in chief a plume of three 
ostrich feathers arg. betw. two chaplets vert 
with roses gu. in base a civic mace enclosed by 
the collar of the Lord Mayor of London or. 
Sir James Duke, Lord Mayor of London, 1848; 
Baronetcy 1849. 

6 FEATHERS 

Arg. a plume of six feathers alternately gu. and 

or. Bremer. 
Arg. six ostrich feathers three two and one sa. 

Jauvis. Jervis, Exbridge and Exeter, co. 

Devon. 
Az. six ostrich feathers three two and one 

arg. Jarvis, or Jarveis. 
Gu. six"pennes"arg. Sire Renaud deCouPENNE. 

N. 
Gu. six ostrich feathers three two and one arg. 

TUFFLE. 

9 FEATHERS 

Gu. nine ostrich feathers three three and three 

ar^. TuFFLE. 
Sa. three plumes of ostrich feathers three in each 

arg. TuFFLE, V. 

FER-DE-MOLINE see Ink-Moline 

FERRIS see Instruments 

Per pale arg. and az. a ferris counterchanged. 

BoGNES. 

PER FESS 
See also Per Chief 

Per fess dancetty .... and a label of five 

points AV alter or William deWAssiNGELE; 

seal, 33 7f, 1, Cotto7i MS., Julius,^' 8, fo. 13. 
Per less dancetty arg. and az. Doling. 
Per fess indented arg. and az. Acton. 
Per fess wavy arg. and harry wavy of four az. and 

or. Barle . 
Per fess arg. and gu. Morton. Wawton, Clyff, 
CO. York. 
i Per fess dancetty arg. and gu. Lambale. 



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AN ORDINARY OF 



PER FESS cout. 

Per fess nebnly arg. and gii. the nnder side radi- 
ated or. Leuson, Holgrave ; Harl. MS. 1U45, 
fo. 132. 

Per fe~s dancetty arg. and sa. each point terminat- 
ing in a fleur-deiis. Woodmerton, V*. 

Per fess embattled arg. and sa. Buck, Daddon 
in Bideford, co. Devon. 

Per fess az. and arg. Clun. 

Per fess indented az. and arg. Valence. 

Per fess neiiuly of three az. and arg. Bduugongne. 

Per fess az. with chequy or and gu. Hamond de 
BONET, A. 

Per fess az. and or. Sampson. 

Per fess dancetty az and or. Tel)audleBuTiLER,G. 

Pt-r fess indented az. and or. Valeynes. 

Per fess in chief bendy of six or and sa. in base 
erra. Dabeton. 

Per fess gu. and arg. Cocke, co. Hertford. Boyle. 

Per fess gu. and arg. Duchy of Magdeburg ; 
quartering Brandenburg (Prussia), Stettin, 
Pomerania, Wenden, Cassubia, Crossen, Hal- 
berstadt, Schwiebus, Nuremberg, Minden, Ho- 
heu-Zollern,Cammin, Magdeburg, and the right 
of regalia; over all on an escu. the Mark of 
Brandenburg. (?) Dorothea Wilhelmina Chris- 
tina, daughter of John Frederick, Marquis of 
Brandenburg Anspach,wife of George H. Wil- 
lement, lOi. 

Per fess indented erno. and gu. Brome. 

Per fess wavy gu. and arg. goutty de-poix. 

PiEDONHALL. 

Per fess gu. and az. Gyles. 

Per fess gu. and erm. a label of five points ar. 
Betfield, Glege, co. Lancaster. 

Per fess indented gu. and erm. Broone. 

Per fess dancetty or and az. Rauf de Sandviz, 
A ; Ashmol. MS. 

Per fess indented or and az. Sanders. 
Saunders, Northumberland, 1730. 

Per fess or and gu. Nicholas de Ceiell, A ; 
Ashmol. BIS. 

Per fess indented or and gu. Kkiielicke. 
Kendall or Kendel. 

Per fess wavy or and gu. Drumjiond, Coneraig, 
and Borlands, Scotland. 

Per fess indented sa. and arg. Le Poer or 

PuWER, Ireland. Sir Roger Bar bamnve, 

i.e. Baudwyn ; Harl. MS. 0137, fo. 37. 

Per fess sa. and erm. Meelop, Wales. 

Per fess indented sa. and or. Harsick or 
Hartsick, Suffolk. 

FESS 
See also Bar 

Arg. a fess az. Byrkin. Buhken. Burkin, Lon- 
don; Burlirigham, co. Norfolk. Borselle. 
Brett. Birken, co. York. Birkin ; extinct as 
a Baronial family, temp. Henry III. Charters 
or Chaetres, Scotland. DELAJtARE. Everddn, 
V. Lamingham. Thewiniard, Devonshire. 

Arpr. a fess az. a label of the same. Adam de 

EVERINGHAM, M. 

Aiis. a fess az. a label gu. Adam de Everingham. 
EvERYNGHAM, V. Silvester de Eveedon, Bishop 
of Carlisle, 1247-51. Byrkyn, V. 

Arg. fretty gu. a fess az. Flemming. 

Arg. a fess az. a bendlet gu. Irdis or Irish. 

Arg. a fess az. over all three arrows points down- 
wards one in pale the other two meeting in 
point counterclaanged. Hutchison. 

Arg. a fess az. over all a lion ramp. gu. 
Whittinciiam, Sussex. Wiiittinoham, Holni- 
fcide. CO. Durham. Horl. MS. Uf^s, fv. v!i(. 



FESS cont. 
Arg. a fess az. over all a saltire gu. Ashe. 
Arg. a fess dancetty az. Chadwell. Robert 

FitzElys, Newton, X. 
Arg. a fess dancetty az. a label gu. of five points. 

William le Vavessur, E. 
Arg. three fusils in fess az. Cleedhill, Burkis- 

land in Halifax, co. York. 
Arg. a fess indented az. Sr. William Vavasour, I. 
Arg. a fess lozengy az. Hastings. 
Arg. a fess nebuly az. Swale, Swale Hall, co. 

York, Bart. 
Arg. a fess chequy az. and arg. over all a lion 

ramp gu. Stewart, Scotland. 
Arg. a fess chequy az. and of the first over all two 

crows sa. pendent on an arrow fesswise ppr. 

Murdoch, Cardonald, Scotland. Macmurdoch, 

Rosehill. 
Arg. a fess chequy gu. and or. Purdey, London. 
Arg. a fess chequy or and az. Arderne, co. Staf- 
ford ; CO. Warwick. Ardyn, Kent. Staning or 

Stayning. 
Arg. a fess chequy or and az. overall a lion ramp. 

sa. armed gu. Borelev, co. Salop. 
Arg. a fess chequy sa. and of the first in chief a 

mullet as the >econd. Hilary, co. Norfolk. 
Arg. a fess cheqny sa. and or. Hollery, co. Nor- 
folk. PURDEW. 
Arg. a fess dancetty compony az. and or. 

WiLLESDON. WyIJDON. 

Arg. a fess compony gu. and or. Masguler, V*. 
Arg. a fess compony or and az. Steninge, F*. 
Arg. a fess compony sa. and or. Hilary. 
Arg. a fess countercompony gu. and or. Hillary, 

Norfolk. Masculer, V. 
Arg. a fess countercompony gu. and or in chief a 

mullet sa. Hillary, Hadley, Sulf ilk. 
Arg. a fess countercompony or and az. Sir John 

Stenynge, V. 
Arg. a fess erm. Harleston. Harlston, Essex. 
Arg. fretty gu. a fess erm. Caddell. 
Arg. a fess dancetty erm. Mytton, Little Mylton, 

as quartered by Alherton ; Harl. MS. 1 54.!), 

fo. 151. 
Arg. a fess gu. Bramfoed, Lincoln; co. York. 

John de Bokesle, A. Bethune, France. 

Burkin, Burlingham, Norfolk. Denyngsell. 

Elliott, Ireland. Dodingsels, Kent, V. 

Dodingsells, a crescent sa. for ditf. M. John 

D0DYNGSELE,-S. EvEING or EvENG. KaYNILLE. 

Thomas de Kent, A. Kiuketon. Kirton. 
Lacy, Ireland. MEL\^LLE, Raith, Scotland ; 
Dunbar, Scotland. Langham.. MARnriON. 
Oldbury. Ramsey, Marcluvood, co. Hants. 
RoMSEY,co.Cnesler; and co. Hants. Rochford. 
Royston-priory, CO. Hereford ; impaling chequy 
arg. and sa. Tronyill, Cornwall. Tweng, or 
Thweng, Yorkshire; temp.Edwardll. Weldon. 

WOEKESLEY. 

Arg. a fess gu. quartering arg. in chief three 
piles gu. in base a mount vert on a canton az. 
a suu or. Ongley, Baron Ongley. 

.4rg. a fess gu. in the dexter chief point a mullet 
of the second. Odingskll or Odingells, 
Eperston, CO. Nottingham. Rauf D'Oddingsei.ls, 
Y. De Oddingellesse, F. Sr. John de 
Odingsells, I. Sire Johan Dodingselles, 
N. 

Arg. a fess gu. a label of five points az. Rommesey, 
V. 

.\rg. and gu. per pale on the dexter side a fess of 
the Inst. Wyneslow. 

Arg. u fess ^u. ;i label of tlucc points az. Langiiaji. 



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FESS co7it. 
Arg a fess gu. a label of four points az. Rumsey, 

CO. Brecon. 
Arg. a fess gu. a label of five points ez. Rumsey. 

Wautier Rommesay, X. 
Arg. a fess and bend danretty gu. Domfll, co. 

Wilts. 
Arg. a fess and bend or bendlet gu. Poi-leyne. 

FOLEYN. PoLIN. 

Arg. a fess gu. and bendlet sa. Poleyne. 

Arg. a fess gu. over all a bend sa. Fichek. 

Arg. a fess gu. oppressed with two dolphins hau- 
rient respectant in pale or tlie space between 
them erm. Bdckland, V. 

Arg. fretty az.a fess gu. Caverswaxl or Caeswall 
Knighton. 

Arg. a fess botonny gu. Abibson. 

Arg. a fess dancettv gu. Ben, Surrey. Chedle. 
Chetle. Sire William de Den, N. Deane, 
Essex. Deden, V. Dkdeyne or Dedene. 
Dene or De Dene, Essex. Dohell or Doynell, 
Wiltshire. Dutton, Bulkley. and Cheadle, 
CO. Chester. Essex. Nevil, Leicester, 1730. 
Sire William de Montagu, N. Thomas 
Stanmarche, Y. Stonymarch, Essex. 

Arg. a fess dancetty gu. over all a bend sa. Sire 
Felip de Nevile, N. Nevii.l, Huntingdon, V, 
and CO. Lincoln. Newport, co. Huntingdon. 

Arg. crusilly and a fess dancetty gu. Sire Robert 
de Watervii.e, N. John de Wateevilk, Y. 
Watevile. Sire de Wautervill, V. 

Arg. a fess embattled gu. Plaunche. Plaunch, 
W. John de Raveneshelme, A'. RAVENsuoLiiE ; 
Harl. MS. 1465. fo. 112. 

Arg. a fess engrailed gu. Bamforth, SheflBeld, 
CO. York ; co. Derby ; temp. Elizabeth. Banford. 
Bawmford, V. Baumford or Baunford, Don- 
ington, CO. Lincoln. Mons. William Montagu, 
Conte de Salisbury, Y. BEAtiFoRo. Sr. Simond 
de MoNTEACOT ; quartering az. a grifiln or, H 
and N. Sir William Montagu, L; Ilarl. MS. 
C148. William Mountague, B, L. 

Arg. a fess engr. gu. a label sa. William de 
Chavegh. C. 

Arg. a fess flory counterflory gu. Cavill. Kaynet.l 
or Keyneli,, Bridstone, co. Wilts. John 
Kayvyi.le, X. 

Arg. a fess fusilly gn. a crescent in the dexter 
chief sa. for difif. Mons. Thomas Bosville, X. 

Arg. a fess fusily gu. Newmarch. Stuteville. 
Stootvili.e or Stuteville. Venmarke. 

Arg. a fess of two fusils conjoined gu. Champeney, 
CO. Devon, V. 

Arg. a fess of three fusils gu. Champeney, V*. 
HoBY. Simon Montacute, Bishop of Winches- 
ter, and of Ely, 1337 45. James Montague, 
Bishop of Bath, &c. 1608; Winchester, 1C16. 

Arg. a fess of four or five fusils gu. Newmarche. 

I3L0NVEILLE, V. 

Arg. a fess indented gu. Fleming. Sir William 
Montagu, L. Sire Thomas de Neumarche. H. 

Arg. crusilly and a fess indented gu. Sr. de 
Wautervill, V. 

Arg. a fess lozengy gn. Bosevile. Le Conte de 
Salisbury (Montagu), P. 

Arg. a fess lozengy gu. quartering or an eagle 
disp. vert. Le counts de Salisbury, T. 

Arg. a fess of three lozenges gu. George Neville, 
Bishop of Exeter, 1456-65 ; Archbishop of York, 
quartering gu. a saltire arg. with or an eagle 
disp. vert. Richard Mountague, Bishop of 
Gliichester, lO'^e ; Norwich, 1638. Sir William 
Mountague, L. 



FESS cont. 
Arg. gutty de sang a fess nebuly gu. Sir John 

Hayward, temp. Elizabeth. 
Arg. goutly de sung a fess wavy gu. Dryland. 
Arg. a fess wavy gu. Bamford. 
Arg. a fess dancetty paly of six or and az. Wyi^idun 

or WiLYSDON, V. 

Arg. a fess indented paly vert and sa. Huddy, 

Langman, co. Somerset. 
Arg. a fess dancetty pean. West, Alscot, co. 
- Warwick ; granted 1768. 

Ars. a fess indented point in point vert and sa. 

HoDY, CO. Dorset. 
Arg. a fess quarterly az. and or. Macreadie, 
I'earston, 

Arg. a fess quarterly sa. and or. Macrery, Dura- 
pender, Scotland. 

Arg. a fe-s sa. Brytte ; Harl. MS. 1603. Byrt. 
Campain. Champeine. Champney. Ihenhampton. 
KiaoHLEY. Sr. John Kighlky, V. William 
KiGHLAY, Y. KiOHLEY, Essex ; and co. York. 
KejoHTLEY, Ireland. More, Essex. Petite. 
Rightly. Weldon. With a mullet sa. for 
difr. HiGHLEY ; Harl. MS. 1 566, fo. 62 h. 

.Arg. a ffss and chev. sa. Honyngton. 

Aig. a fess and cliev. interlaced sa. Kempsing, 
CO. Kent. 

Arg. fretty gu. a fess sa. Blake. 

Arg. goutly de poix a fess sa. Higgins, co. Salop. 
Lennock. 

Arg. a fess of two chev. conjoined sa. Halfehide; 
granted 1560. 

Aig. a fess dancetty sa. Hurtle. Sir de 
Bf.auburgh, V. Bamburgh. Lawake. Nevill. 
Sr. de West, V. West, Buckingham; and Sus- 
sex; granted 1560. West (Earl Delawarr); 
quartering Delawair. And with a crescent on 
a descent for diff. West, Cotton End, co. 
Northampton. 

Arg. a fess dancetty flory sa. Chastelion, V, or 
Chastelin. 

Arg. billetiy sa. and a fess dancetty of the last. 
Sir William d'Eyncourt, M. Daynecourt, 
V. Sir William Dayncourt, L,bui Vantorte, 
L ; Harl. MS. 6137. Sire William Deyncort, 
N. Sire John Deyncourt, R. William 
D'EiNCouRT, Y. Sir William Wauntort, L; 
Harl. 31S.6li8. 

Arg. crusilly and a fess dancetty sa. Sr. Henry 
Lekeborne,L ; Harl. MS. 6148 and 6137. 

Arg. crusilly bottony and a fess dancetty sa. Sir 
Henry Lekeborne, L; Harl. MS. 6589. 

Arg. a fess engr. sa. Sr. Thomas Newmarche, 
M. Henry Percy, Wiltshire X. 

Arg. a fess flory sa. Kevell. 

Arg. a fess sa. flory counterflory gu. Dusseaux. 

Arg. a fess of four fusils sa. Knotford or 
Kkotwoeth, V. 

Arg. a fess fusily sa. Leech, Nestaling, Scotland. 

ArK. a fess indented sa. Bromley. Power, 
Ireland. 

Arg. a fess indented counterflory sa. Chastelian. 

Arg. a less uebuly sa. Hawrobyn. Harrodyn. 

Arg. goutty de poix a fess uebnly sa. Hawrobyn 
or Harrodyn, co. Chester, V. 

Arg. goutty de poix a fe-is wavy sa. Harowden. 
Harrowdin or Harwedon, co. Chester. 

Arg. a fess vairy az. and gu. Heyrick, co. Lei- 
cester. 

Arg. a fess vairy gu. and of the first. Heire. 

Arg. a fess vairy gu. and or. Heyre, V. Hereick 
or Eyrick, Strittonand Beaumanor, co. Leices- 
ter; Sliip[pool, CO. Cork. 



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FESS coiit. 
Arp. a fess vert over all a lion ramp. gu. 

Whitingham, F*. Whittingham, Penley, co. 

Hertford. 
Arg. a fess wreathy az. and gu. Carmichael, 

Tliat Ilk, and Hyndford ; Baron Carmichael, 

1(147; Eailof Hyndfokd, 17( 1. Carmichael. 

■Borinytoun ; heiress m. Dundas. Carmichael, 

Castle Craig, Scotland ; quartering erm. on a 

fess sa. three crescents arg. 
Arg. a fess wreathy az. and gu. over all a pale 

wreathed as the fess. Seresby, V. 
Az. a fess arg. Blott. Noybers. Sire de Noyeus, 

V. William de Londas. 
Az. a fess arg. and bend gu. Ferrers. 
Az. a fess arg. overall a bend gu. Irish or Ireys, 

CO. Dorset. 
Az. a fess arg. over all a pillar gu. issuant out of 

the base wavy az. Udward or Edward, Long- 
croft, Scotland. 
Az. billetty or a fess arg. Brette, V. 
Az. crusilly or a fess arg. Nicol Haversham, E. 
Az. crusilly and a fess arg. Olney. Sire John de 

Olneye, N. 
Az.fietiyand a fess arg. Caverwell. Caverswall, 

Caveiswall, CO. Stafford; Erdeswick. 
Az. a fess dancetty ai-g. Barnardeston, V. 

Barneston. Bingham. Bengham. Bkodbridge. 

Li'CAS. MoYNES. Viand. Lucas de Viene, ^i ; 

Ashmol. MS. Sire William Moyne,A^. 
Az. a fess of five fusils conjoined arg. W^at de 

Percy, E. Sr. Robert Dawtry, V. 
Az. a fess of five fusils conjoined arg. a label of as 

many points gu. William de JRutrene, E ; 

or Autrine or Autruc', A ; Harl. 3IS. 6137. 

Dawtrey, CO. Hants. Auirey, co. Hants, the 

label or. 
Az. a fess of five fusils arg. over all a bendlet gu. 

Geoffrey de Altaripa or D'Autry, Y, 
Az. a fess indented arg. Dengaine. 
Az. a fess of five lozenges conjoined arg. a label 

of as many points gu. William de Autbine or 

AUTRENE. 

Az. a fess lozengy arg. Chaffe. 

Az. a fess chequy or and gu. Boyd, Kilmarnock, 
CO. Ayr. Boyd, Merton Hall, co. Wigton. 
BoY'D, Ballymacool, co. Donegal. Boyd, Ros- 
lare, co. Wexford. 

Az. a fess counter-compony gu. and arg. Berge. 

Az. a fess dancetty erm. Thorp. M. John de 
Thorp, S. Thorpe, V. Thorpe, Suflolk. 
Mytton, Little Mytton, as quartered by Ather- 
ton ; Harl. MS. 1549, fo. 101. Thorpe. 

Az. crusilly arg. a fess dancetty erm. Thorpe, 
Leicester. Thomas Barnardson, Y. 

Az. crusilly arg. a fess double downset erm. 
iMoiGNE, CO. Leicester. 

Az. a fess indented erm. Thorpe. 

Az. a fess lozengy erm. Dawtry. 

Az. a fess nebuly eim. Allen. Alyne, V. 

Az. f'reity arg. a fess gu. Cann ; Mayor of Bristol, 
1048. Carswell. Cave, York. Caverwell. 
CAVERSWALL,Caverswall, CO. Stafford -.Erdeswick. 
Richard de Mundeville, B ; or Mttndevile, P. 

Az. fretiy or a fess gu. Mandeville. Richard 
Mandevile, Y. 

Az. a fess or. Chastellayne, Essex. Ellyott. 
Eliot. Elyott, F, Godalming, Surrey ; quar- 
tering or on two bars gu. three crescents of the 
first. Elliott, Rochester. De la Poole. Paul 
de Kerdif, E. Kerdiff. Piers Marasse, F. 
Marasse ; quartered by Pulgravc. Marsue. 

bj'A.\GK. 



FESS cont. 
Az.afessor a label of three points gu. Dela Poole. 
Az. a fess or over all on a pile arg. three human 

hearts two and one gu. Kean, Ireland. • 
Az. billety and a fess or. William de St. Omer, B. 
Az. crusilly arg. a fess or. Olney. 
Az. crusilly and a fess or. St. Ower. Thomas 

de St. Omer, E. William de St. Omer, Y. Sr. 

Tiiomas De la Pype. 
Az. fretiy arg. a fess or. Parker, Cornwall. 
Az. fretty and a fess or. Parker, Bexley and 

Ration, Sussex ; Baronetcy 1674 ; extinct 1750; 

heiress m. Lidgiter. 
Az. a fess conuterflory or. Hardell. 
Az. a fess dancetty or. Monckton or Mongton, 

York. 
Az. billety and a fess dancetty or. Ayncohrt. 

Sr. Edmund D'Ayncourt, H. D'Eyncourt, J. 

John Deyncourt, B. Sir John Deyncourt ; 

temp. Edward I, V, Joan D'Eyncort, E. 

Eincdrt,F. Sir John D'Eyncourt, I. Edmund 

Deincourt, K. Edmund D'Eincourt, Y ; but 

with a label gu. Eustace D'Engayne, Y. 
Az. crusilly and a fess dancetty or. Langave or 

Landgave. 
Az. crusilly and a fess dancetty or over all a bend 

gu. Sire Nicolas de Engayne, N. 
Az. a fess dancetty the two upper points fleur-de- 
lis or. Plowden, Plowden, co. Salop. 
Az. a fess engr. or. Henry de Percy, i?. Henry 

Percy, Sr. de Spoflbrd, Y. Walter Percy, Y. 
Az. a fess engr. or a baton gobony arg. and az. 

John de Sutton, Y. 
Az. a fess engr. or a bend gu. Eafe de Alneham, 

r. 

Az. a fess of five fusils conjoined or. Percy ; as 
founder of Salley Abbey, William Percy, 
Bishop of Ciirlisle, 1452-62. Henry de Percy,^ ; 
Harl. MS 6137. Henri de Perci, E. Sire de 
Percy, F. 

Az. a fess indented or. Dengaine. Percy, P. 

.\z. crusilly and a fess indented or. Lucas de 
ViENNE, A ; Harl. MS. 6137. 

Az. a fess of three lozenges or. Freeman, Bush- 
ley, co. Worcester. 

Az. a fess of five lozenges conjoined or. Henry de 
Percy, A. 

Az. crusilly or a fess vairy of the last and gu. 
Bakepace,F*. Bakeptiz, F. John de Bakepuz, 
E. But Hakerus, F. Bakpuz, V*. 

Barry indented of four arg. arid az. a fess gu. a 
Iflbel of four points or. Sr. Peter Doynelmore, 
CO. Wilts; 19 Edward I, F. 

Barry nebuly of si.K aig. and sa. a fess gu. 
Bracebridge. 

Barry of six or and sa. a fess counterchanged. 
Engham. 

Barry of eight arg. and sa. a pale counterchanged 
and a fess gu. Akeland, co. Devon. 

Barry gu. and arg. a fess embattled sa. Tebbot 
or Tibbot. 

Bendy of three az. and or a fess arg. Dowson. 

Bendy of three erm. and gu. a fess or. Pennel 
or Pennell. 

Bendy of three gu. and arg. a fess or. Fitz- 
Osborne. Earl of Hereford, 1066-74. Osbern, 
Bishop of Exeter, 1072-1107. De Bretevili.e. 

Bendy of three gu. and arg. a fess vert. Fitz- 
Osborne. 

Bendy of three or and gu. a fess az. Elwas. 

Bendy of three or and gu. a fess chequy arg. and 
az. Stewart, Castlemilk, Sccitlund ; and with 
a crescent gu. in the sinister chief point for dili. 



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FESS cont. 

Stewabt, Torrence, Scotland ; and with b 

mullet in chief of the first, Stewart, Binnie, 

Scotlflnd. 
Bendy of three or and sa. a fesa gu. Polleyne, 

King's Weston, co. Gloucester. 
Bendy of seven or and gu. a fess of the last. 

CoPENGER, Norfolk. 
Bendy of seven or and gu. a fess sa. Coppinger 

or CoPiNGER, Ireland. 
Bendy of seven or and gu. a fess vert. Copenger, 

Norlolk. 
Cliequy arg. and az. a fess gu. Ligon. Liggen. 

LiGNEY ; or Lingen, Clifford, quartered by 

Cavendish. 
Chequy arg. and az. a fess vairy gu. and of the 

first. FULKKOY. 

Chequy arg. and az. a fess vairy gu. and sa. 
Fokeray, V. Fokerhay, co. Devon ; Haii. MS. 
1406, fo. 59. 

Chequy arg. and gu. a fess az. Robert de 
CuDHAM, A. Redesham. Pagan de Turbervixle. 
Sire Gylbert Turdervile, Q ; Harl. MS. 6595. 

Chequy arg. and sa. a fess erm. Bockham. 
Cayly or Cayi,e, Norfolk. 

Chequy arg. and sa. a fess gu. Pierrie, Scotland. 
AcLAND, Killerton, co. Devon ; and Holnicote, 
CO. Somerset; Baronetcy, 1645. Akeland, co. 
Devon. M. John Ackland (in a later hand 
than) S. AcLAND, Fairfield, co. Somerset, and 
Newhouse, CO. Devon ; Baronetcy, 1818 ; quar- 
tering Palmer and Fuller. 

Chequy arg. and sa. a fess vairy gu. and of the 
first. Folkeray or Fotheray, Buckland Baron, 
CO. Devon; the heiress m. Huckmore. 

Chequy az. and or a fess arg. Winter, Agher, 
CO. Meath, Ireland. But vpith a label gu. John 
Carson, F. John Curson, Y. 

Chequy gu. and arg. a fess or. Toone. 

Chequy or and az. a fess erm. Bucham. Buckham. 
Calthrop, Lincoln; Calthrop Hall, Norfolk; 
Stanhoe Hall, Norfolk. Calthorpe. WiUiam 
Calthorp, Y. William Calthrop, Y. 

COLTHORPE. GoUGH,WBrwick. SPRIGG. SPPEGE, 

V. TuRBEviLLE or TuRBtL ; later, Tdrberville, 
Crickhowel. Warwick. 

Chequy or and az. a fess gn. Clifford, F. Roger 
de Clyfford,^. Roger Clifford, D. Robert 
de Clifford, C, H, J, K, N, S. Clifford, 
Perrislone co. Hereford ; quartering Morgan 
of Tredegnr. Devan, Teddington, Middlesex. 
Deven. Marr, England. 

Chequy or and az. a fess and bend gu. Clifford, 
Kent. 

Chequy or and az. a fess gn. charged with a 
crescent or for difF. Clifford, Baron Clifford 
of Chudleigh. 

Chequy or and az. a fess sa. Cheyney. Clifford. 

Chequy or and az. a fess vairy arg. and sa. 
Fokeray or Foclkeray, co. Devon. 

Chequy or and az. a fess vairy gu. and sa. 
FuKEBAY or Fokerhay, co. Devon. 

Chequy or and gu. a fess arg. Winter, Leicester. 
Cayley or Cayly, Norfolk. 

Chequy or and gu. a fess az. Olyverde Cudham, 
A ; Harl. MS. 6187. Joan Legor,E ; Harl. MS. 
6137; but Lesor, E. 

Chequy or and gu. a fesa erm. Thorpe. Sir 
Johan de Thorpe, N. Cayley or Cayly, Nor- 
folk. Sir Adam de Cayley, Norfolk; temp. 
Ed. I, V. Turberville, Coyty Castle, co. Gla- 
morgan ; coheiresses m.BerkrouUs, Stackpoole, 
de la Bere, and Gamage. Turberville, Tytheg- 



RusH or Le Rush. 
Shields, Ireland. 
Winter. Wynter, 



FESS cont. 
stone, and Llantwitt-Major, co. Glamorgan; 
quartering, Jestin ap Gurgant, Norris, and 
Stradling; heiress m. Nicholl. Turberville, 
Penlline Castle and Cleraenstone, co. Glamor- 
pan; a heiress m.Curre. Turberville, Ewenuy 
Abbey, co. Glamoigan ; quartering, Picton and 
Powell. Sire Gilbert de Turbervill, co. Glou- 
cester, V, 
Chequy or and gu. a fess sa. Rauf Turbervile, 

r. 

Chequy or and gu. a fess vair. Fokeray or 
Foukeray, CO. Devon. 

Chequy or and sa. a fess arg. Curson, co. Derby ; 
and CO. Stafford. Sire Roger de Cursoon, 0. 
Winter, Derhara, co. Gloucester; Berninghani, 
Norfolk; and co. Woi cester. Wynter, F*. 

Chequy or and sa. a fess erm. M. Roger de 
Beckham. Bokeham. Roger de Bokeham, Y. 
Peckham, Swatfham, Norfolk. Curson, V*. 
Roger Curson, Norfolk, V. 

Chequy or and vert a fess gu. 
Winder, Cumberland. 

Chequy sa. and or a fess arg. 
Wyntek, CO. Worcester. 

Chequy sa. and or a fess gu. 

Cantreff and Tallyne, co. Brecknock. 

Chequy vert and or a fess arg. Milroy, Scotland. 

Chevronny of three arg. and gu. in chief a fess uf 
the last. Mack. 

Chevronny of seven arg. and gu. over all a fess of 
the last. AuNDEY. Andbly, V. Andby or 
Anply. Audeleyej Harl. MS. 14:04:, fo. 4:. 

Chevronny of sevtn az. and or over all a fess 
gu. Town of Monmouth. 

Chevronny of seven or and gu. over all a fess arg. 
John de Monemoth, C. Monemue, Y. The 
fess az. John de Monemu, F ; or Monemue, B j 
or Monemuth, E. Guyde Monemueth, Y. 

Erm. a fess az. D'Arderna. D'Arderne, V. 
Derbern or Derdern. Nicholas de Pesone, 
A. 

Erm. a fess engr. az. Norwich, Norfolk, V. 

Erm. a fess bendy of ten or and az. Moear, 
London. William de Moreres, E. 

Ei-m. a fess chequy gu. and or. Spihgeb. 
Spirqrice. Sprigge. 

Erm. a fess chequy or and az. Aeden, co. War- 
wick ; and Longcroft, co. Stafford. Aederne, 
vulgo Arden, CO. Warwick. Sire de Arderne, 
N. Chamber. Fitzsimond. Harding, Ba- 
raset, co. Warwick. John Daventeee (de 
Arderne) T. 

Erm. a fess chequy sa. and arg. Urswick. Cbispe, 
Clive Court, in Thanet, Kent. 

Erm. a fess indented chequy or and az. Dawtrey. 

Erm. a fess coropony or and az. Chamber. 
Arden, V. Dawntre, V. 

Erm. a fess counter compony or and gu. Mahewe. 
Mahuys. 

Erm. a fess gu. Baenaby. Barnake. Bolnas. 
Bartonie. Sire Johan de BiTT0NE,iV^. Button, 
Alton, CO. Wilts; Baronetcy, 1641. Button, co. 
Worcester. Sir John Beenake, V. Bernak, 
Hethersett, Norfolk. Thomas de Bitton or 
de Button, Bishop of Exeter, 1292-1307. 
William de Bitton or de Button, Bishop of 
Bath, &e. 1248-61 ; another 1267-74. John de 
Button, X Bytton,co. Dorset. D'Anneville, 
Guernsey; extinct, but till lately, 1838, near 
Valognes in Normandy. Charters. Chabteris 
or Chartres. Sir John Ditton, co. Dorset; 
temp. Edw. IT, V. Deaton, co. Devon. 



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Somerset. 
Tedante. 



FESS cont. 

Faeneiax. Homer, Backwell, co. 

Illey or IsLEY, Kent. V. Tebane. 

Rydford. 
Erm. a fess (gu.) and label of eleven points (az.) 

Salier de Quincy, .Earl of Wim-hester, 
Erm. semy of tliree foils slipped sa. a fess gn. 

Clarke. 
Erm. a fess dancetty gu. AsHEi.DAMor Ashelden, 

Essex, V. 
Erm. a fess embattled gu. Mather, Secroft, co, 

York; granted 1575. 
Erm. a less engr. gu. Barton, co. Lancaster. 

Laverock. Laverike or Leverike, V. 

QUADERiNG or QuADRiNG, Irisby, CO. Lincoln. 

Queatherinq or Quathf.rine, co. Lincoln. 

Norwich. Eomundby. William Hebdene, F. 
Erm. a fess of three fusils conjoined gu. Sir 

Edward Montague, V. 
Erm. a fess of five fusils conjoined gn. M 

KiPDEN, S. M. William Hebdent, X. William 

Hebdene, Y. Hepden. V. 
Erm. a fess indented gu. M. William Hebdent, X 
Erm. a fess raasculy gu. Hl'TTOn. 
Erm. a fess paly of six or and gu. Malyn. 
Erm. a fess purp. Crownall, V. 
Erm. a fess sa. Isley, Souldridgeor Sundridge, 

Kent. Kydfoed. Yesi.ey or Y'estei.ey. 
Erm. a fess dancetty sa. Benham or Bengham. 

Deincourt,co. York; temp. Ed. I. Pennington, 

17.S0. West; confirmed 101)3. 
Erna. a fess engr. sa. Huswysse, V. 
Erm. a fess of three fusils sa. Sherborne, Col- 

Zinson, Somerset, iii, 589. Piggott, co. Salop, 

1716. Piggott, Doddersball Park, co. Buck- 
ingham. Pigott, Chetwynd, co. Salop; and 

with a crescent for diff. Pigott, Patteshull, 

CO. Stafford. 
Erm. a fess of five fusils conjoined sa. Sr. Richard 

Harpden, V. 
Erm. a fess vairy or and gu. Apulderfield, W. 
Freity, arg. and az. a fess gu. Sir Robert Cave, V. 
Gu. a fess arg. Althan or Althaun. Austria. 

Haspurg. Hampton. Lacy. Robertus de 

Mezi, E, or Meesi. F. Narford. Nokie or 

NoRRiE. ViAKDEN,Z. Sir Robert Mauncell, 

CO. Gloucester, V. 
Gu. a fess and label arg. Sire William Maunseli., 

N. Thomas Maunsell, Y. Hampton, co. 

Hereford, F. 
Gn. a fess arg. a label of five points or. William 

Mauc. .t.,E; but (in a late hand) de Anstre, F. 
Gu. a fess removed or debruised in the centre arg. 

Brokrose. 
Gu. a fess arg. over all a unicorn or. Swansby. 
Gu.a fess arg. over all a chevron az. Broadhurst. 
Gu. billetty and a fess arg. Robert de Brytby, X 

Sir Robert de Lovaine, Suffolk; temp. Edw. I, 

V. Maheu de Lovaine, J?. Louvaine; quar- 

tered by Bourehier, U. Maeu de Loveine, F. 

Mahewe de Loyayne, B. Maheu de Loveyns, 

G. Sire Thomas de Loveyn, N. Sire Thorn us 

Loveyn, 0. Lovayne, Suffolk. Lawyne, V*. 

Sir Thomas Lo^^'YNE, Suffolk, W. Hankford. 
Gu. billetty or a fess arg. Thomas Loveyn, Y. 
Gu. billetty a fess and chevron arg. Hardby. 
Gu. crusilly and a fess arg. Sire Johan Peche, 

N. Sire John Pecche, O; and with a label 

arg. Sire John Pecche, the son, 0. Pechey. 

Wat deCoKSEY, E, or Kmkesey, F. 
Gu. crusilly patty and a fess arg. Butler. 
Gu. ci"u.silly patty or a fess arg. Sire Robert 

Peverei.l, N, 



FESS cont. 
Gu. fretty arg. a fess of the same. Flf.myng. 
Gu. a fess dancetty arg. Basentyne. Daubeney. 
Newmarch. Orp.ed ; seals and plate. M. Wil- 
liam de Pappeworth, S. Papworth, co. Cain- 
bridge; CO. Dorset; co. Devon ; and co. Hunt- 
ingdon. 
Gu. billetty and a fess dancetty arg. John de 

Herdebye, r. 
Gu. billetty and a fess dancetty arg. Herddy, V*. 

Herdeby, V. 
Gu. billetty or and a fess dancetty arg. John 

Brette, CO. Leicester. 
Gu. crusilly and a fess dancetty arg. Sire Johan 
de Longevyle, N. Sir Robert Waterville, 
CO. Huntingdon, V*. 
Gu. a fess embattled arg. Buren, Z. 079. 
Gu. a fess embnttled conntert-mbattled arg. 
Arkellot Aekle. Bynchester. Plaunche. 
Gu. a fess engr. arg. Aubry, V. Aubigney. 
Rauf Daubnly, B. Philip D'Aubney, X. Y. 
Elias de Aubigney, K. Aubehy, Aurrey, 
and Arobre, CO. Hereford. Styghull. John 
de Durham, Y. John Dynham, Y. Arnold 
Percy, Y. 

Gu. a fess and pale engr. arg. Deewyn. 

Gu. a fess of three fusils conjoined arg. Ralegh. 
Le Sire Daweney, A'. 

Gu. a fess of four fusils conjoined arg. Rauf 
Daubeni, G. Sir Ellis Daubney, I. Caeteeet, 
St. Ouen, Jersey; Baronetcy 1(U5 ; extinct 
1776. And with a label of one point silver. 
Caeteeet, Jersey; Haii. MS. 6140, fo. 25 b. 

Gu.a fess of threeor four fusils conjoined arg. over 
all a baston az. Elys Daubeny, G. 

Gu. a fess of five fusils conjoined arg. Rauf 
D'Aubeny, E. Sir Hugh Newmaech, co. Not- 
tingham, V. 

Gu. a fess fusilly arg. Dawbney or Dawbeney, 
CO. Devon. Dynham. Newmaech ; quartering 
arg. a fess fusilly gu., in church at Sprot- 
b(jrough, CO. York. 

Gu. a fess fu.silly arg. over all a bendlet sinister 
or. Dawbency, Worcester. 

Gu. a fess indented arg. Barton. Nevill, co. 
Leicester. 

Gu. a fess indented arg. a label az. Sire Robert 
de Nevile, N. 

Gu. a fess of three lozenges conjoined arg. 
Aslabie, as quartered by Lawrence. 

Gu. a fess of four lozenges conjoined arg. 
D'Ai.bini; quartered by Lerapriere, Jersey. 
Rafl' Daubeni, A. 

Gu. a fess of lour lozenges conjoined arg. a label 
of one point silver. Carteret, Jersey ; Harl. 
MS. 0140, fo. 25 b. 

Gu. a fess of five lozenges conjoined arg. Rauf 
de Aubeni, F. 

Gu. a fess lozengy arg. Denham. Oliver 
Din ANT, ^. 

Gu. a fess nebuly aig. Appledore. 

Gu. goutty and a fess nebtily arg. Deeland, Kent, 
W. ■ Doreland V*, or Dryland, V. 

Gu. a fess wavy arg. Dryland. Janies de 
Aetuoys, X. 

Gu. goutty de larmes and a fess wavy arg. 
Dryland, Kent. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. Hagarthy or 
Hagarty, Ireland. Haigh, Scotland ; quartering 
Abernethy. Lindsay, Earl of Crawfurd, 1398, 
and Lindsay, Lord Spynie, 1590; also quaiter- 
ing Abernethy. Lord Spynie bore a label of 
tliree points arg. 



BRITISH ARMORIALS, 



705 



FESS cont. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. in cliief a label of 
three points of the second. Lindsay, Black- 
holm and Wanohop, Scotland. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. quartering Aber- 
nethy all wiihin a bordure arg. Lindsay, 
Evelick, Scotland. But the bordure charged 
with eight roses gu. Lindsay, Kilspindy. But 
the bordure of the third charged with estoiles. 
Lindsay, Earl of Balcarras. But with mullets 
arg. Lindsay, of Westville, CO. Lincoln; Baro- 
netcy 1821. But with a bordure quarterly or 
and gu. charged with eight martlets counter- 
changed. Lindsay, Cavill, Scotland. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and sa. Butler. 

Gu. crusilly or a fess chequy arg. and sa. Rauf 
le BoTELLiER, B. Sire William le Botyler, iV^. 

Gu. Iretty arg. a fess az. Fi.emyng, co. Glou- 
cester; and CO. Lancaster. Sr. William 
Flemynge,L, or Flemyng, V, N. Sire William 
Flemenk, 0. 

Gu. fretty or a fess az. Flemyng, co. York; oo. 
Gloucester. 

Gu. a fess chequy or and arg. Whitington, co. 
Worcester. 

Gu. a fess chequy or and az. Whitington, 
Paunlett, co. Gloucester ; Culcheth Hall, co. 
Lancaster. Richard Whittington, Lord 
Mayor of London, 1397, 1406, 1419. Godard 
or Godherd. Sr. Alexandre de Lindsey, H. 
Alexandre Lindsay, T. Lindesay, Y. 

Gu. a fess chequy or and az. in chief an annulet 
for diflF. Whittington, co. Stafford. But with 
a martlet, of co. Gloucester ; and with a fleur- 
de-lis, of Ive Thorn, co, Somerset. 

Gu. billetty arg. a fess chequy or and az. Lee, 
Middlesex, 1716. Lee, Langley, co. Salop, W. 

Gu. a fess compony or and az. in chief an annulet 
of the second. Whittington, Lord Mayor of 
London, 1397, 1406, and 1419. 

Gu. crusilly or a fess countercompony arg. and az. 
Rauf Le Boteler, E. 

Gu, crusilly or a fess countercompony arg. and sa. 
Rauf Le Boteler, E ; Harl. MS. 6137, 

Gu.afess countercomponyorandaz, Godherde, 
V, Butinchief an annulet or. Whittington, 
of Stanton. V. 

Gu. billetty arg. a fess countercompony or and 
az. Joan De la Lee, E. 

Gu. crusilly arg. a fess countercompony or and sa. 
William Le Boteler, F. 

Gn. a fess erra. Axton. Bolnas. Crawfurd, 
Crosby; quartering Loudoun and Crosby. 
Cradfurd, of Craufurdland.GifiFordland, Tweed- 
dale; quartering Howison. Crawfurd, Lou- 
doun; Scotland ;heiressm. Campbell. Crawfurd, 
of Kiburney ; Baronetcy ; quartering Loudoun 
over all an escu. of Crosby. Gower. Joley. 
Leigh. De la Maziere, Cork. Pollock, 
Priestley. Walers. Waleys, Suffolk. 
Walleys, CO. Devon. Wallis, Cowden, co. 
Hants, Richard Waleis, A, or Waleys, 4 ; 
Harl. MS. 6137. Sire Richard Le Waleys, N. 
M.Richardde Walleis.D. Sr. Steven Walleys, 
Q, or Waylys, Q, Harl. MS. 6589. 

Gu. a fess. erm. a label of three points of the 
same. Sir Robert le Wasle, V. 

Gu. a fess erm. over all a pale of the second. 
Dyrbyne, Y*. Sponne, V. 

Gu. a fess erm. over all a pale engr. of the second. 
Dyewin, 

Gu. a fess erm. over all two spears in saltire arg. 
Crawfurd, Scotland, 



FESS cont. 
Gu. besftnty a fess erm. Alain De la Sodche, E. 

Roger Le Souch, F. 
Gu. a ffss dancetty erm. Dinant. Dynant. 

Emmesey or Emesey, co. Buckingham. 

Ennesey, V. Sire le Enveyse, N. Eresty, 

MoNTHAUT, V. MONTHAUNT. St. MiCHAEL, 

Gu. a fess engrailed erm. Awbrey. 

Gu. a fess engr. erm. over all a pale engr. of the 

last. Dirwy'N or Durwyn. Dyrwyn, V. 
Gu. a fess engr. erm. a label of five points az, 

Pers Chalune, E. Piers de Chalouns, Y. 
Gu. a fess of three fusils conjoined erm. Dynham. 

V*. Chasijon, V. 
Gu. a fess of four fusils conjoined erm. M, John 

de Dynham, S. Sir de Dynham, F. 
Gu. a fess of five fusils conjoined erm. a label of 

five points az. Pers Chalune, E ; Harl. MS, 

6137. 
Gu. a fess humetty erm, over all a pale couped 

ermines. Sponne, V. 
Gu. a ffss indented erm. Emesey or Emeseux. 

Sire Oliver Dynaunt,^^. Monthaut. 
Gu. a fess of four lozenges conjoined erm. Oliver 

Dinant, A ; Harl. MS. 6137. But five. Sr. 

Oliver de Dinant, J. 
Gu. a fess of five lozenges conjoined erm. a label 

of as many points az. P. de Chaluns, F. 
Gu. a fess nebuly erm. Notbone, V. 
Gu. a fess or. Abenhall or Ablehall or 

Abelhall, CO. Gloucester. Becham, co. York, 

Beauchampe, Cornwall ; and co. Worcester. 

Walter Beauchamp, E. William Beauchamp, 

P. Bertram. Bortram. Folshurst, Crewe, 

CO. Chester. Lance. Laws. Osteeete, 

Worth, V. 
Gu. a fess or a label of three points erm. Skeuke 

or Sneake ; quartered by Clere of Ormesby, 

Norfolk; Harl. MS. 1756, fo. 12, p. 14. 
Gu.a fess oralabel of five points erm, Snekes, V. 
Gu. a fess or a label of five points arg. James 

de Beauchamp, F. William de Saute Mareis, 

E. But Sentmartyl, F. The label az. Jamis 

or Jarnes de Beauchamp, E. 
Gu. a fess or over all a staff raguly arg. 

Druitt. 
Gu. billetty and a fess or, Beauchamp. John 

de Beauchampe, A. Joan de Beauchamp, E, F. 

Sr, John Beauchamp, Warwick, L. Sire Johan 

de Beuchamp, N. Le Comte de Warwike, N. 

Lothume. Lowtham or Lovayne, Essex. 

Luthum, W. Levins, Essex, 
Gu. crusilly and a fess or. Countee de Warwik*;, 

r. Earl of Warwick. 
Gu. crusilly botonny and a fess or. Beauchamp. 
Gu. fretty arg. a fess or. Halram or Hellyon, 

Heylyon or Helion, V. 
Gu, a fess dancetty in the upper part or. 

Thobelys, V. 
Gu. a fess dancetty or. Sir Edward Fother or 

FoDYR,F. Fotherley.co. Lincoln. Fothersley, 

Rickmansworth ; covjirmed 1623. Dengayne, 

Sir John De Engaine, R. Raphe D'Engayne, 

r. Menersh. Meversh. Papworth. Wendout. 

Wigamey or WiGMEY. Wingham. 
Gu. a fess dancetty or a label of five points of the 

same. Wendout. 
Gu. bezanty and a fess dancetty or. Sir Roger 

Le Bred, N. Sir Roger le Brett, co. Leices- 
ter, V. 
Gu. crusilly and a fess dancetty or. John de 

Engaigne, A'. Sire Johan de Engayne, N. Syr 

Henry Engaine, Q. William Engayne. 

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AN ORDINARY OF 



FESS cont. 

Gu. billetty and a fess dancetty or. Deyncourt, 
CO, Oxford. Rauf D'Eincourt, E. John le 
Bkette, Y. 

Gu. a fess engr. or. Menmaech. Neesenche, 
CO. Derby. Nemarch. Adam de Newmarche, 
B. Sr. Adam de Newmarche, I; Harl.MS. 
6589. Sire Joban de Neumakche, 2s''. 

Gu. a fess of three fusils conjoined or over all a 
bend arg. Raleigh, co. Devon. 

Gu. a fess of five fusils conjoined or. Adam de 
Newmarch, E, De novo Mercatu. Roger 
Newmarch, r. 

Gu. a fess fusilly or. Newmarch. Brecknock, co. 
Wales ; Baronial family, 1264. Cistercian 
Abbey at Saint Andrew's. Mount Sallay or 
Sawley, CO. York. 

Gu. a fess indented or. Windowte. 

Gu. billetty and a fess indented or. Edmund 
De la Bret, K; Harl. MS. 6137. 

Gu. a fess nebuly or. Britwell, co. Buckingham. 
Mallet, 

Gu. a fess embattled on the upper part per fess 
arg. and az. Mortimer; Harl. MS. 1465, 
fo, 142. 

Gu. a fess indented point in point arg. and az. 
Strene. 

Gu. a fess sa, Henry le Waleis, F. 

Gu. a fess vair. Baskin, Scotland. FiTz Rauf, 
Suffolk. Hugh le Fitzrauf, B. Sir William 
FiTZ kaufe, r. Horn, co. Salop. George 
Horn, Bishop of Norwich, 1790-2, Horne, 
Aulds Arnold, co. Salop ; Sussex ; and co. War- 
wick. Horne, Surrey, W. 

Gu. billety or a fess vair. Henry de Kyele, 

r. 

Gu. a fess vairy az. and erm. Wright, London, 

and Hartswood ; Surrey. 
Gu. a fess vairy az. and gu. Alen de Cabray, Hip- 

peswell, Y. 
Gu. a fess vairy or and az. Catesbuey, 

CO. Hertford. Home, East Grinstead, Sus- 
sex. 
Gu. a fess vert. Sr. John de Horne, Sussex; 

and Surrey ; Harl. MS. 2116, fo. 42. 
Gu, a fess dancetty vert. Hoorne ; Harl. MS. 

1465, fo. 142 b. 
Lozengy arg. and gu. a fess sa. Rakeley. Robert 

de Rokeley, S. Rockley, Rockly, co. York, 
Lozengy gu. and erm. a fess sa. Rockley, V. 
Lozengy or and gu. a fess sa. Rackley or 

Rakeley. 
Or a fess az. Audenctjles. Sr. de Beaumorys, 

V. Beaumaeis. Bewmaebis. Bramah. Bramars. 

Eramaeasse or Bramaeiss. Eaton, co. Wilts. 

Eaton, Eaten or Eton. Solees, co. Leicester. 

Richard Solees, E, or De Soleys, E ; Harl. 

MS. 6137. Ueyn. 
Or a fess az. over all a bend gu. Elloway. 

Elwes, Stoke Hall, Suffolk; Baronetcy 1660; 

Roxby Hall, CO. Lincoln ; Throcking, co. Herts ; 

from Elwes or Helwish, Askham and Worleby, 

CO. York. 
Or a fess az. over all a sal tire gu. Asche, V. 

AscHEY or Ascher. Ash. Raphe Ashwy, 

Mayor of London, 1243; Stow. 
Or a fess az. over all on a saltire gu. a mullet of 

the field. Ashe. 
Or a fess az.over all on a saltire gu. five bezants. 

Ash.; Collinson, Somerset, iii, J 63. 
Or a fess dancetty az. Haslewood, V*. 

Vavasour, F*. 
Or a fess embattled az. Ader. 



FESS cont. 

Or a fess embattled on the upper side az. 
Addeebury. 

Or a fess engr. az. Perry. Piers Percy, B. 
Robert Percy de Sutton sur Derwent, Y. 

Or a fess engr. az. a label gu. John de Penington, 
Y. 

Or a fess of three fusils az. a baston or bend- 
let gu. Angell, London ; from co. Lan- 
caster. 

Or four fusils in fess az a bend gu. Angell, Lon- 
don. Anngell, Kent. Aungell, V: 

Or a fess of five fusils conjoined az. Pennington ; 
in Church at Sutton by Dover. But over all a 
bend gu. Pennington ; Collinson, Somerset, 
iii, 589. Sr, de Penyngton, V. 

Or a fess indented az. Sire William de 
Peingtone, N. 

Or a fess lozengy az. over all a bendlet gu. 
Aungell or Angell. 

Or a fess wavy az. Elmeet, Holland. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. Ingley, 1535. 
Steuart, Dalguise, Scotland ; quartering or a 
lion ramp, within a double tressure flory coun- 
terflory gu. Stewart, Fornese; quartering az. 
a stag's head cabossed arg. with Man and Lome 
all within a bordure az, charged with buckles 
.... Stewart, Duke of Athol; quartering 
Athol. Stewart, Buch an and Strabork; quar- 
tering Buehan. Stuart, Earl of Traquair ; quar- 
tering Buchan, Rutherford, and Traquair. 
Stewart, Appin, Ardsheill, and Gairntully; 
quartering Lome. But within a bordure centre 
erm. Stewart, Balcaskie. Stuart. Stuart ; 
quartering arg. a lymphad sa. for Lome. Sir 
John Stuart; Vice Chancellor, 1852. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg, a label gu. (another 
sa.) Stewart or Stuart. But a fleur-de-lis. 
Stewart, Innermeth, Scotland; quartering 
Lome. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. over all a lion ramp, 
gu. Monteith, Duke of Albany. Shaw- 
Stewart, Blackball and Greenock, co. Ren- 
frew; quartering Shaw; Baronetcy. Stewart, 
Gai'lh ; quartering Cumin. But within a bor- 
dure arg. Stewart, Ladywell. But the bor- 
dure charged with six wolfs heads erased gu. 
Stewaet, Dundee. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. over all a lion ramp, 
gu.langued and armed of the second. Stewaet, 
Ardgowau and Blackball. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. over all a bend of 
the second. Fleming, Brawchan, Scot- 
land. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. over all a bend and 
in chief a rose gu. Stewart. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. over all a bend 
engr. gu. Sir John Steward. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. over all a bend engr. 
and in chief a rose gu. Stewart, Minto, Scot- 
land. Stewart, Baron Blantyre, 10 July, 1606. 

Or a fess chequy, az. and arg. over all on a bend 
gu. a buckle arg. Denham-Stewart, Colt- 
ness ; quartering Denbam. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. on bend gu. (another 
sa.) three buckles of the first. Stewart, Baron 
Darnley and Earl of Lennox, Duke of Lennox, 
1581; Earl of Newcastle and Duke of Rich- 
mond, 1603-4; Baron Stewart of Newbury and 
Earl of Lichfield, 1645 ; extinct 1672. Stewart, 
Bonkhill, Scotland. Alan Stuart, Ochiltree, 
1377; seal. Stewart, Earl of Angus ; quarter- 
ing Abernethy. 



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707 



FESS cont. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. on an escu. of the 
third a lion ramp. gu. debruised by a hasten 
(another a bend) raguly or. Stewaet, Harteley 
Mauduit, CO. Hants; Baronetcy, lOtiO. Stewart, 
Barton Mills, SufiFolk. 

Or a fess chequy or and az. Le Conte de 
Menteith, Y. 

Or a fess compony az. and gu. Walter de Langton, 
Bishop of Lichfield, &c. 1296-1321. 

Or a fess dancetty compony az. and of the first. 

WiLLESDON. 

Orfrettygu.a fess arm. Carswell. Careswell.F. 
Or a fess dancetty ermines over all a bend vert. 

QnARLES. 

Or billetty and a fess indented ermines. Perkins, 
CO. StafiFord, W. 

Or a fess gu. Ablehall or Ableshall, co. War- 
wick ; and co. Gloucester. Sire Abbehale, N. 
Abbehall, 00. Gloucester. Beauchamp. Ed- 
mond CoLViLE, Sr. de Bythara, Y. John 
CoLVYLE, Lord of Bitham, X. Colville, 
Bitham, co. Lincoln. Wat de Colevile, E, F. 
Sir Thomas Colvile, Q ; Harl. MS. 0595. Sire 
Emour de Colewyle, N. Colvill; 1730. 
LocRES. Lacy ; as quartered by Viscount 
Townshend. Rauf de Obehall, E, or Obehele, 
E; Harl. MS. 6137. Sr. William le Fitz- 
William, H. Vernon, Baron of Shipbrook, oo. 
Chester. Wroth. 

(Or) a fess (gu.) a label of three (another thir- 
teen) points az. Robert QuiNCY. Butthe label 
of five points. His son Sayer de QinNOY, Earl 
of Winchester; Harl. MS. 1160, fo. 53 b; 
sometimeb quartered by Ferrers, Zouch, and 
Cumin. 

Or a fess gu. over all a bend sa. Fecher. 
Fisher, V. But a bendlet. Poleyne, V. 

Or a fess bretessed gu. Crebott, Sussex. 

Or a fess dancetty gu. Kidwall. Kidwalley. 
Kydwalley, F. 

Or a fess engr. gu. Sr, Henry Pynkeney, co. 
Northampton, H, Y, V. 

Or a fess of five fusils conjoined gu. Sire 
Robert de Newmarch, J. Henry de Pinkenei, 
G. 

Or a fess of six fusils conjoined gu. over all a 
baston sa. Thomas de Pinkene, G. 

Or a fess indented gu. Sire Henri de Pinkeneye, 
N. Kedwelley, Hartley and Winchtield, co. 
Hants ; descended from levan Iscod of Gla- 
morgan ; heiress m. Rudyard. 

Or a fess sa. Meurs. Deen. Henry Deyne, co. 
Oxford V. Dive, co. Oxford. Dyve. Sire 
Job an Dyne, N. Petyt. Yellet. 

Or billetty and a fess sa. Marrow. 

Or goutty de poix and a fess sa. Whytocz, Scot- 
laud. 

Ora fess dancetty sa. DENGAYNE,i?. Le Vavasour, 
CO. York. Sire William Vavasour, N. M. Wil- 
liam le Vavasour, S. Vauvassour, M. William 
Wavasor, (?. Sr. William Vavassour, H; or 
Le Vavassoub, J: or Le Vavasour, K. Henry 
Vavasor, Y. Vavasour, Haselwood, co. York. 
Vavasour, Denton, Stopham, and Ackwith, co. 
York ; quartering Stopham. Sir Henry 
Vavasour of Haselwood, F. But with a fleur- 
de-lis arg. for diflf. Vavasour, Spaldington,co. 
York ; baronetcies 1826 and 1828. And with 
a crescent within a crescent sa. Vavasour. 
Coplethorp, co. York. Vavasour, Denton, co. 
York; heiress m. Brocas, and afterwards 
Langfield. 



FESS conV 
Or a fess double embattled at the top sa. 

Adderbury or Abberbury. And with a 

label of three points gu. M. Richard 

Abberbury, S. 
Or a fess embattled sa. Abberbury or Abebury, 

CO. Oxford ; and SufiFolk. Alderby. Adderbury, 

Sussex. Alderbery. 
Or a fess embattled at top sa. Aberbury or 

Aldeeberye, Suffolk ; Harl. MS. 1386, fo. 34. 

Sir Richard Aberbury, F. 
Or a fess engr. sa. of five. Richard D'Autby, Y. 

Arnold Percy, Y. 
Ora fess of three fusils conjoined sa. Johnson, 

F. 
Or a fess of five fusils conjoined sa. Robert do 

Percy, E. 
Or a fess vair. Solers. co. Leicester. 
Or a fess vairy of the first and gu. Creke, W. 
Or a fess vert. Vernon, Shipbrook, co. Chester. 
Or a fess vert over all a saltire gu. Sr. John 

Parneys or Parvies, Lord Mayor of London, 

1432. 
Or a fess dancetty vert over all a bend sa. Nevill, 

CO. Huntingdon. 
Paly of three gu. and vair a fess as the second. 

TWi'ER, F*. 

Paly of six arg. and az. a fess gu. Chamond. 

Chanenet. Chaven or Chavenot. Charent. 

Sir Hugh Charrent. Sr. Peres de Chanent, 

H. Sire Hugh Chauvent, co. Somerset, F. 

Sire Johan de Chalivent, N. Chaumpvent. 

Clement. Henry Lisse, France, F. Lisse. 
Paly of six arg. and az. a fess or. Lys or Lysse, 

France. 
Paly of six arg. and gu. a fess az. Sire de 

Grawson. Robert Fitz Nele, A ; Harl. M8. 

6137. 
Paly of six arg. and gu. a fess indented or. 

GOUSLEY, F. 

Paly of six arg. and sa. a fess gu. Walsingham, 
Kent; Surrey; and Exall,co. W^arwick. Geof- 
frey Walsingham, Lord of Little Walsingham, 
Norfolk, and his son Sir Richard, and his son Sir 
Richard, and his son Thomas, who was not Lord 
of that Manor, and his son Richard, ob. 1365, 
and his eldest son Richard, and his son Thomas, 
whose heiress Catherine m. Bottetourt. 

Paly of six az. and arg. a fess gu. Sr. John de 
Chavent, J. 

Paly of six az. and arg. a fess or. Chavent. 

Paly of six gu. and or a fess az. Lysees, F*. 
Lyzers, V*. 

Paly of six or and az. a fess arg. Bocars. 

BoRARD. 

Paly of six or and az. a fess chequy sa. and gold. 

Cortesy, CO. Lincoln. 
Paly of six or and az. a fess chequy sa.and vert. 

Courtis. 
Paly of six or and az. per fess counterchanged 

over all a fess chequy arg. and sa. Courtoys, 

Boston, CO. Lincoln. 
Paly of six or and az. a fess compony sa. and arg. 

CORTESS. 

Paly of six or and az. a fess countercompony of 

the same. Curtis. 
Paly of siz or and az. a fess countercompony sa. 

and arg. Cortess, co. Lincoln, F. Henry 

Cortess, CO. Lincoln, V. 
Paly of six orandaz.afesserm. YvedeCLiNTONE,^. 
Paly of six or and az. a fess gu. Burghill. Sir 

Henry Burhulle, E. Henry de Bourchelle, 

A, or Borchelle, A ; Harl. MS. C137. 



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FESS cont. 

Paly of six or and gu. a fess az. Lezbrs or 
Leyzers. Lizdres. Lysers, v. Lyzers, V. 

Paly of seven or and az. a fess gu. Bukhell, V. 

Paly of seven vair and gu. a fess or. Le Sieur 
de Hansford, W. 

Paly of eight sa. and or a fess gu. Lander. 

Paly of ten arg. and sa. a fess as the second. 
Walsingham. 

Per fess dancetty arg. and az. a fess dancetty 
counterchanged. Dolynge. 

Per fess arg. and az. a fess dancetty per fess 
dancetty sa. and of the first. Doling. Dolling, 
France ; Isle of Purbeck ; and Magheralin, co. 
Down, Ireland. Sir John Dolynge, V. 

Per fess arg. fretty az. with the second a fess gu. 
MoRRYS ; Harl. 31 S. 1404, fo. 110. 

Per fess arg. and gu. a fess az. Dive, North- 
ampton. 

Per fess arg. and or a fess vert over all a lion 
ramp. gu. Whetingham. Whitingham, V. 

Per fess arg. and sa. a fess dancetty per fess 
dancetty each outward point terminating with 
a fleur-de-lis counterchanged. Woodmerton. 

WODMEETON, V. 

Per fess az. and gu. a fess or. Lort, co. Pem- 
broke. 

Per fess az. and gu.a fess of clouds arg. radiating 
eight points in base alternately wavy and plain 
or. Lysons ; seal. 

Per fess gu. and arg. a fess wavy az. with spikes 
on each side counterchanged over all an escu. 
or. Lidwall, Bathebar, Scotland. 

Per fess gu. and sa. a fess dancetty (another in- 
dented) on the under part arg. Blufield. 
Bluffeld, CO. Stafford ; Harl. MS. 1404, fo. 5. 

Per fess gu. and sa. a fess dancetty on the under 
part or. Blythfeld ; Harl. MS. 14U4, fo. 5. 

Per fess or and arg. a fess nebuly gu. Anstead. 
Ansted. Antishead or Anteshead. 

Per fess or and az. a fess per fess dancetty counter- 
changed. Phesant ; London, 1094. 

Per fess or and az. a fess gu. over all a lion ramp, 
counterchanged quartering erm. a fess chequy 
or and az. Wilcocks, Knassington, co. Lei- 
cester. 

Per fess paly of six or and gu. with the first a fess 
az. Faconbridge. Fauconbridg ; Harl. MS. 
1404, fo. 103. 

Per fess paly of seven arg. and gu. with the first 
a fess as the second. Malines. 

Per fess paly of seven erm. and gu. with the first 
a fess as the second. Malyns ; Harl. MS. 1404, 
fo. 103. 

Perfesssa.and az. a fess dancetty arg. Bradbridg. 

Per pale arg. and az. a fess counterchanged. 
Earner. Cusacke, Ireland. 

Per pale arg. and gu. a fess az. Town of Bedford ; 
Harl. MS. 1370,fo. IG. 

Per pale arg. and gu. on the dexter side a fess of 
the last. Wyneslow, V. 

Per pale arg. and gu. a fess counterchanged. 
Barrett. Chadcer. Derpatrick, Ireland. 
Wynscel. Winslow. 

Per pale arg. and sa. a fess counterchanged. 
CusACK, Ireland. Cusacke. Fitz-Paine, V. 

Per pale arg. and sa. a fess nebuly counterchanged. 
Cokayne. Kocking, CO. Hereford ; co. Hert- 
ford, V. Knocking, V. 

Per pale arg. and sa. a fess wavy counterchanged. 
Booking. Southwell, V. 

Per pale az. and gu. a fess wavy arg. Godsalve, 
Harl. MS. 1404, fo. 44 b. 



FESS cont. 
Per pale az. and or a fess counterchanged. Gusack, 

Meath. 
Per pale erm. and az.a fess wavy gu. Broadbent, 

or Brodbent. 
Per pale erm. and erminois a fess vert over all a 

lion ramp. arg. gutty de sang. Whittingham. 
Per pale ermines and erm. a fess counterchanged. 

William FiTZ-RiOHARD,Mayor of London, 1260, 

1266; Stow. 
Per pale erm. and sa. a fess counterchanged. 

Cole. Cou or Coury. Cowie, Furleigh Loage, 

Surrey. John Cou, V. 
Per pale gu. and arg. a fess az. Nones. 
Per pale gu. and arg. a fess nebuly counterchanged. 

FOLKESTON. 

Per pale gu. and sa. a fess or over all a lion ramp, 
double queued arg. Kyekebey, V. 

Per pale or and arg. a fess nebuly gu. Dantesey. 
Robert Dantesey, co. Gloucester, V. 

Per pale or and arg. a fess wavy gu. Amitesley, 
CO. Gloucester. 

Per pale or and az. a fess arg. Bundrish. 

Per pale or and az. a fess counterchanged. Cusack, 
V. Cusake, Ireland. Johnson. Kesackes. 

Per pale or and az. a fess erm. Lions. 

Per pale or and az. a fess gu. Clynbow. 

Per pale or and az. a fess per fess dancetty coun- 
terchanged. Phesant, Tottenham, Middlesex. 

Per pale sa. and arg. a fess nebuly counterchanged. 

SOTWELL, V. 

Per pale sa. and arg. a fess wavy counterchanged. 

Southwell. 
Per pale indented sa. and arg. a fess wavy counter- 
changed. Bazilie. 
Per pale sa. and az. a fess dancetty arg. Barnwell. 

Suffolk. 
Per pale sa. and erm. a fess counterchanged. 

FiTZ. Rice, Ireland. Fitz Richard, F. 
Per pale sa. and or a fess of three fusils conjoined 

counterchanged. Yllinge, V. 
Per pile or and sa. a fess counterchanged. 

Brinqborne, Fenshaw, Kent. Bringburn ; 

Harl. MS. 1465, fo. 32 6. 
Per pile sa. and arg. a fess engrailed erm. Ashton, 

Harl. MS. 1465, fo. 32 b. Asheton, V. 
Per saltire az. and arg. a fess gu. Caesey, 

Reresby, co. Lincoln ; Harl. MS. 1504, fo. 99. 
Per saltire az. and or a fess gu. Carsey, co. Lin- 
coln. 
Pily wavy of six traits in point or and gu. over nil 

a fess of the first. Isam, F. Isham, F* ; Kent 

and Londun. Ipsam, V. 
Pily of six traits sa. and arg. over all a fess wavy 

gu. Lovell, Balumby, Scotland. 
Quarterly arg. and gu. fretty or over all a fess az. 

NoEREYS, Speke, co. Lancaster. Noreeys, 

Mallow. CO. Cork; Baronetcy 1838; quai'tering 

Jeplison. NoEEis, co. Worcester. 
Quarterly arg. and sa. a fess counterchanged. 

Cusack; Harl.MS.UOl. 
Quarterly erm. and az. a fess gu. Isely or Isley. 
Quarterly erm. and ermines a fess arg. Gwalchmai 

AP GWYDR. 

Quarterlyerm. and ermines afess counterchanged. 
FitzRichard, Mayor of London, 1200-1201 
and 1266. 

Quarterly gu. and or a fess arg. Oxenfoed. 

Sa. a fess arg. Beancabtle. Sir Bryan 
Beauchastle, V. Boeselle. Domae. Elyot, 
Hampshire. Lucy, Ireland. Oldeeeuey. Lon- 
don. Orrell, Kent. Orwell. Wading, V. 
Waldeington. W'eere, V. 



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FESS cont. 

Sa. afess dancetty arg. Schanser. Schamfer, F. 

Sa. a fess embattled arg. Osney, co. Worcester. 
Spence, Bankbam, Neyland-Lynfield, and 
South Mailing, Sussex; London; Wiggenholt, 
and Polgrave, co. Norfolk. 

Sa. a fess embattled and counterembattled arg. 
Spence. 

Sa. a fess fusilly arg. Bomeon. 

Sa. a fess of three fusils conjoined arg. Thorne, 
V*. Throne, V. Gifford, W. 

Sa. a fess of five fusils conjoined arg. John de 
Percy, A ; Harl. MS. 6137. 

Sa. a fess humetty arg. Bostock, Bostock, Bel- 
grave, Mobberly, aud Tattenhall, CO. Chester ; 
Abingdon, co. Berks ; and Tanridge, Surrey. 
And with a martlet or. Bostock. But a cre- 
scent or. Bostock, Churton, co. Chester. 
John Bostock, Abbot of St. Al ban's ; Harl. MS. 
139,fo. 97. But a mullet. Bostock, Moulton, 
CO. Chester. 

Sa. a fess of five lozenges conjoined arg. M. John 
Dauntr', S. John Percy, A ; Ashmol. MS. 

Sa. a fess az. Frenbingham; Berry. 

Sa. a fess compony arg. and az. Cistercian Abbey 
at FuRNESs, CO. Lancaster. 

Sa. a fess compony or and az. Heoham. 
Hygham. 

Sa. a fess compony or and gu. Reign, V. 
Malyns, V. 

Sa. billetty or a fess countercompony of the 
second and gu, Lee, Walsingham Abbey, 
Norfolk ; quartering Warner. John Warner, 
Bishop of Rochester, 1638-66 {error.) 

Sa. a fess erm. W'inter, co. Gloucester; and co. 
Worcester. Wintoor, Winchester, co. Hants ; 
and Huddington, co. Worcester. And v^ith a 
crescent arg. for difi". Winter; Collinson, 
Somerset, iii, 179 ; a^d Winter, of Lidney, ii, 
352. Winter. The crescent erm. Wynter, 
Brecon. 

Sa. a fess erm. over all a bend gu. gutty d'or. 
Spelman or Spilman. 

Sa. a fess erm. over all a bend or gutty de sang. 
Spelman or Spilman. 

Sa. a fess erm. over all a bend pean. Spillman. 

Sa. a fess of three lozenges conjoined erm. 
Giffard ; as quartered by Collingwood. 
GiFFARD, Kilcorrale, co. Wexford. 

Sa. a fess or. Airy. Nicol D'Arci, E. Arcy. 
Arey. Bond, Earth, Sutton, and Grange, co. 
Dorset ; Holvyood, and Saltmarsh, co. Cornwall. 
Bonde. Orrell, Orwell or Ornell. Sire 
de Orwell, V. St. Omer. Waddon, Modi- 
tonham, co. Cornwall. Wadynge, Ireland. 
And with a crescent in the dexter chief 
arg. Bonde. Sir Nicholas Bond, London, 
V. 

Sa. a fess debruised by a pile or. Bringburn ; 
Earl. MS. 1465. fo. 32 6. 

Sa. a fess dancetty flory on the upper points or. 
DoRAND, CO. York. 

Sa. a fess of three fusils conjoined or. Gyfford, 
CO. Devon, V. 

Sa.a fess engr. of five or. Henry de Ferlington, Y. 

Vair a fess gu. Bracebridge or Brasbridge, co. 
Lincoln. Duffield or Duffeld. William de 
Marmion, D. William Marmion, A. Philip 
Marmion, G, or Marmium, F. Sire Johan 
Marmion, J, or Marmyoun, N. Le Sire 
Marmion, Y. Philip Marmion, Y. 

Vair a fess or. Marmyon. 

Vair a fess paly. Philip Marmion, 25. 



FESS cont. 

Vairy arg. and sa. a fess gu. Bracebridge, 
Bracebrigg, co. Lincoln; Kingsbury, and Ather- 
stone Hall, co. Warwick; Chetwode Priory, co. 
Buckingham. Mounsyer Raflfe Bracebridge, 
T. M. Rauff Brasbrige, S. Sir Joha 
Bracebridge, L. V. Sire Johan de Brasbrdge, 
N. John de Beacebrig, Y. 

Vairy or and vert a fess gu. Duffield, 
London. 

Vert a fess arg. Rodger or Roger, Scot- 
land. 

Vert a fess erm. Jobber, Aston, co. Salop. 

Vert a fess dancetty erm. Somer, V, and Somers, 
St. Margarets, and Rochester, oo. Kent; Scot- 
land. SoMNER, CO. Kent, 1730. Summers. And 
with a crescent for diflf. Somers, co. Dorset. 

Vert a fess indented erm. Sommers, Scot- 
land. 

Vert fretty arg. a fess gu. Abell. Cabell, F, 
or Capbill, V. Drysdale, Scotland. 

Vert a fess or. Bandcourt. Duffield. 
Duffeld, V. 

Vert fretty arg. a fess or. Cabell. Capell. 

Vert a fess flory counterflory or. Franoeys. 
Richard Franceys, V. William Hardel, 
Mayor of London, 1215; Harl. MS. 1049. 
Hareold ; 173(>. Harold or Harrould, co. 
Salop. Hercold, V. Lea, co. Salop. 

FESS and in cMef.... 
8 Anchors 
Az. a fess embattled arg. in chief three anchors or. 

Peck, London. 
Az. a fess or in chief three anchors of the second. 
Terne, London. 

1 Annulet 

Arg. a fess engr. gu. an annulet of the second for 
diff. Fireth. Fleshe. Freshe. 

Arg. a fess engr. gu. in chief an annulet sa. 
Fresh, V. Froishe, Mayor of London, 1394. 

Gu. a fess dancetty or an annulet of the second. 
Lobert or LoBERD, CO. Leicester. 

2 Annulets 

Or a fess gu. in chief two annulets of the last. 
Dodingsell, F. 

3 Annulets 

Az. a chev. and fess arg. in chief three annulets or. 

Hadley, London. 
Gu. a fess arg. in chief three annulets of the 

second. Roger Tirell, A. Roger Tirel, F. 

TiRRELL. 

3 Axes 

Sa. a fess arg. in chief three battle-axes of the 
last. Shephard, Walton, and Honiton, co. 
Devon. 

Sa. a fess arg. in chief three poleaxes of the 
second. Shephard. Shepherd, co. Devon , 
and Kingston. 
Balls 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief three fireballs sa. fired ppr. 
Tolhurst. 

Arg. a fess sa. in chief three fireballs of the se- 
cond fired ppr. Wymond, Green Hall, Sussex. 
Bar 

Arg. a fess gu.in chief a bar dancetty (or indented) 
of the second. John Hacelut, Y. Hachet. 
John Hacloute, Y. Hanchet. Hachatt, V. 
Barnacle 

Arg. a fess and bar.iacle sa. Bernacke. 
Beast.... (Boar) 

Or a fess gu. in chief a boar pass. sa. Macmanus, 
CO. Antrim. 



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F£SS and in chief corit. 

Beast cont. .... (Deer) 
Arg. a demi stag gu. naissant out of a fess tortilly 

of the second and first. M'Cokquodell, That 

Ilk. 
Arg. a stag gu. attired or issuing from a fess 

■wreathed az. and of the third a martlet sa. for 

diif. in base. M'Coequodill, Scotland; granted 

1783. 

....(Hound) 
Arg. a fess gu. in chief a greyhound of the second 

(another, the greyhound purp. collared gu). 

Bellet. 
Arg. a fess gu. in chief a greyhound sa. (another, 

purp.) Billet, Norfolk. 

(Leopard) 

Arg. a fess sa. in chief a leopard pass, of the se- 
cond. ZoucH. 

.... (Lion) 
Arg. a fess az. in the dexter point a lion pass gu. 

Cleare or Cleee. 
Arg. a fess az. in chief a demi lion ramp. gu. 

Amyas, CO. Cambridge. 
Arg. a fess gu. in chief a lion pass, of the second. 

Rome. Walfoed, Middlesex; Hatfield Peverel. 

Walford, Birdbrook, Essex. 
Arg. a fess gu. in chief a lion pass, regard, sa. 

M. William de Betune, A. 
Arg. a fess gu. in chief a lion issuing from the 

shoulders from the top of the fess sa. 

Chalmees, Scotland. 
Arg. a fess gu. in chief a lion pass. sa. Beton. 

Betune. 
Arg. a fess fusily gu. a lion pass, in chief sa. 

Haeford, CO. Devon. 
Arg. a fess pean in chief a lion pass. gu. 

Roome, Newport, in America; granted 21Julv, 

1772. 
Arg. a fess sa. in chief a lion pass. gu. Roger 

de Rome, A. Rome. Storks. 
Arg. a fess engr. sa. fretty or in chief a lion pass. 

gu. Sill, Stanley Lodge, eo. Northampton. 
Gu. a fess arg. in chief a lion pass. or. Wallis or 

Walleys, Sussex. 
Gu. a fess corapony arg. and sa. in chief a lion 

pass. gu. Constable, Burgwith, co. York. 
Gu. a fess erm. in chief a lion pass. gard. or. Sire 

Simon le Waleys, N. 
Or a fess chequy arg. and az. in chief a lion pass. 

gu. Halson, CO. York. Stewart, Halstoun, 

Scotland. 
Or a fess chequy arg, and az. in chief a lion pass. 

guard, gu. over all a bend of the last charged 

with a bezant betw. two buckles gold. Stuart, 

Allan Bank, co. Berwick ; Baronetcy. 
Or a fess chequy az. and arg. in chief a lion pass. 

gu. armed az. Stewart, Allertoo, and Liston, 

Scotland. 
Or a fess chequy az. and arg. in chief a lion pass. 

guard, gu. over all a bend of the last charged 

with three oval buckles of the third. Stuart- 
Barclay, CoUness, and Goodtrees, co. Lanark ; 

Baronetcy. Quartering second and third, gu. 

a chev. arg. betw. three stork's heads erased 

arg. 
Or a fess chequy az. and arg. in chief a lion ramp. 

guard, gu. Stewart, Rosling, Scotland. 
Or a fess sa. in chief a demi lion ramp. gu. Esme 

or Esmey. Eames, CO. Somerset. Emes. Emme 

or Eam. Hene. Eaines. 
Or a demi lion ramp. gu. issuant out of a fess sa. 

Emms. Eames, co. Somerset. Emes, Emme 

or Eam, co. Berks; and London. 



FESS and in chief cont. 

Beast cont ( Lion) cont. 

Or a demi lion ramp. gu. aimed and langued az. 

issuant from a fess sa. Esme. Sir Henry 

Esme or Eme; K.G., temp. Edw. Ill, 

V. 
Per fess or and arg. a fess az. in chief a lion pass. 

gu. Dash, London. 
Per pale vert and gu. a fess dancetty erm. in chief 

a lion pass. betw. two martlets arg. Somer, co. 

Salop, V, The field per pale gu. and vert, 

W. 
Quarterly az. and arg. a fess counterchanged 

on the first quarter a lion pass. or. 

Crofts. 
Quarterly az. and gu. a fess dancetty erm. in chief 

a lion pass, guard, betw. two martlets arg. 

Fishee. 
Quarterly vert and gu. a fess dancetty erm. in 

chief a lion pass. betw. two hawks arg. Somers, 

CO. Worcester. 
Quarterly vert and gu. a fess dancetty erm. in 

chief a lion pass, guard, betw. two martlets arg. 

Fisher. 
Quarterly vert and gu. a fess dancetty erm. in 

chief a lion pass, guard, betw. two mullets arg. 

FiSHEE. 

....(Otter) 

Arg. an otter issuing out of a fess wavy sa. 
Melurum, Scotland. 

Arg. an otter issuing out of a fess wavy sa. the 
otter armed langued and crowned with an an- 
tique crown gu, Meldrum ; quartered by 
Seton. 

Arg. a demi otter issuing out of a fess wavy sa. 
quartering arg. three unicorn's heads couped 
sa. all within a bordure of the last. Meldrum, 
Crombie, Scotland. 
(Rat) 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief a rat of the last. 
Bellet, 

....(Weasel) 

Arg. a fess gu. in the dexter chief point a weasel 
pass. ppr. Belet, V. 

Arg. a fess purp. in the dexter chief point a weasel 
of the second. Belet, V. 

Arg. billetty gu. a fess sa. a weasel in chief. 
Michel Belet, Y. 

2 Beasts (Lions) 

Arg. a fess and in chief two lions ramp. gu. 
Calston. 

.... a fess sa. and in chief two lions ramp, issu- 
ant gu. Ashe. 

3 Beasts. ...(Lions) 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief three lions ramp, of the 

second. Spencee, V. 
Arg. a fess engr. gu. in chief three lions ramp, of 

the second. Spencee, Chard, Kent; and 

London. 
Gu. a fess or. three lions ramp, in chief of the 

last. Young, York. 

,. ..(Moles) 
Gu. a fess dancetty arg. in chief three moles or. 

Nevele. 

... .(Otters) 
Arg. three otters issuing out of a fess wavy sa. 

Meldrtjm, Fyvie, Scotland. 
Bells 
Arg. a fess engr. sa. fretty or in chief three church 

bells of the second. Porter, London. 
Arg. a fess engr. vert fretty or in chief three 

church bells sa. Porter, Claines, co. Wor- 
cester, V. Porter, Z. 



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711 



FESS and in chief. . . . cont. 

Bird (Eagle) 

Az. a fess erm. in chief an eagle displ. arg. 

Margaret. 
Or a pile az. charged with an eagle displ. in chief 

of the field a fess dancetty erm. Osmond, 

Coventry. 
Sa. a fess dancetty erm. in chief an eagle displ. 

arg. Osmond, Stagmill in Uplowman, Heme in 

Halberton, and Pool Anthoay in Tiverton, co. 

Devon ; four descents are given in the Visitation 

of 1620. OSMONDE, W. 

(Martlet) 

Arg. a fess az. voided iavecked ofthe field in chief 
a martlet sa. Wigoon. 

Arg. a fess dancetty in chief a martlet betw. two 
crescents gu. Tindall, Sussex ; 13 Elizabeth. 

Gu. a fess arg. in chief a martlet or. Condon, 
Wellerby, co. York; granted 22 June 1627. 
Haspee. 

(Pewit) 

Or a fess dancetty erm. in chief a sea-pewit vert 
beaked and legged gu. Quaeles, co. North- 
ampton. 
2 Birds 

Az.a fess dancettyin chief twobirds or. Scogan,F. 
....(Eagles) 

Gu. a fess .... in chief two eagles displ...... 

Saxey. 

Or a fess wavy sa. in chief two eagles displ. ofthe 
last. Morgan, Little Hallingbury, Essex ; 
Barfold, SufiFolk; granted 25 March, 1588, to 
Hugh Morgan, of London, and covfirmed 1613 
to Robert Morgan, of Little Hallingbury. 

Sa. a fess dancetty or in chief two eagles displ. of 
the second. Richeforde, V. Rickfoed, Lon- 
don; and Aylesbury, co. Buckingham. 
.. ..(Martlets) 

Arg. a fess dancetty gu. in chief two martlets sa. 
Norton, co. Devon. 

Arg. five fusils in fess gu. in chief two mart- 
lets respecting each other sa. Daubene, V. 

Arg. a fess fusily gu. in chief two martlets re- 
specting each other sa. Dawbney, Norfolk. 

Erm. a fess chequy arg. and az. in chief two 
martlets of the last. Waddell, Beach House, 
"Walmer, co. Kent. 

. . . . ( Pelicans) 

Gu. a fess or and in chief two pelicans arg. 
Lechmebe, Fownhope Court, co. Here- 
ford. Quartering second, vert fretty or 
for Whitmore; third, arg. achev. engr sa. betw. 
three chessrooks of the last for Rook ; fourth, 
gu. three stirrups leathered and buckled or 
for Scudamore. Lechmeee, Allensmore, co. 
Hereford ; Lechraere's Place, Hanley Castle, 
CO. Worcester. 

Gu. a fess or in chief two pelicans vulning 
themselves of the last. Lechmere, Rhyd, co. 
"Worcester; Baronetcy 1818. 
....(Swans) 

Gu. a fess or (arg. in error) in chief two swans ppr. 
CoBBE, Newbridge, co. Dublin ; derived from 
Charles Cobbe, Archbishop of Dublin, ayounger 
son of Thomas Cobbe, of Northington, co. 
Hants. 

3 Birds 

Arg. a fess lozengy gu. in chief three birds sa. 

COEBY. 

Az. a fesa dancetty or in chief three birds of the 

last. ScoGGAN, Middlesex. 
Gu. a fess lozengy and in chief three birds arg. 

William Dauboin ; Harl. MS. 6137, fo. 94. 



FESS and in chief cant. 

3 Birds cont (Crows) 

Arg. a fess of five lozenges conjoined gu. in chief 
three ravens sa. . Coeby, V. 
. . . . ( Eagles ) 

Arg. a fess engr. and in chief three eagles displ. 
gu. Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas, Chancellor 
and Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St. 
Michael and St. George, as assigned Feb. 
1832. 

.. ..(Martlets) 

Arg. a fess compony or and az. in chief three 
martlets gu. Aeney, Chambury, co. Dorset. 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief three martlets of the se- 
cond. Cheyney, CO. Buckingham ; and co. 
Berks. Sire. . . .de Cheny. 2/. Denton. Haye, 
Halnaked, Sussex ; (emp. Henry I. Lacy. 

Arg. four fusils conjoined in fess gu. in chief 
three martlets sa. Bosvile, Chevet, co. York. 

Arg. five fusils conjoined in fess gu.in chief three 
martlets sa. M. John Bosvill, S. Sir Robert 
Bosville, V. Borough, Gunthwayte. 

Arg. a fess sa. in chief three martlets ga. 
Hay. Hopton, Armly Hall, co. York. 

Arg. a fess sa. in chief three martlets of the last. 
Edmonds, Loudon ; and Sufi'olk. 

Gu. a fess fusilly. arg. in chief three martlets of 
the second. Dawbeny. 

Gu. a fess of five fusils arg. in chief three 
martlets or. Philip D'Aubeni, j4. Sir Philip 
Dawbenny, J. With four fusils. Felix 
Daubeney, G, 

Gu. a fess and in chief three martlets or. Walter 
de Beauchamp, A. 

Gu. a fess vair in chief three mtirtlets or. 
Edmondes, Baylis Court, Sussex. 

Or a fess gu.in chiefthree martlets of the second. 
Lacy, CO. Hereford; temp. Edward I. Adam 
de Lacy, A. Sire Johan de Lacy, N. 

Or a fesH dancetty gu. in chief three martlets sa. 
More, co. Leicester. More, co. Cambridge, 
V. 

Or a fess vair in chief three martlets gu. a cre- 
scent for diflf. Edmondes, co. Hants; and 
Sussex. 

Per fess arg. and or a fess sa. in chief three 
martlets gu. Haia or Halya. 
1 Buckle 

Arg. a fess sa. in the dexter chief a square buckle 

gu. GiLBY, V. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. in chief a buckle 
(Balfour's blazon) of the second, quarterly with 
or a galley with flames of fire issuingout ofthe 
fore and hinder parts and out of the top of the 
mast, for the Lordship of Lobne. Stewart, 
Innermeth, Scotland. 
3 Buckles 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. in chief three 
buckles of the second. Stewart of Bonkill. 
Quartering erm. on a fess sa. three crescents 
arg. for Craigy or Cbaig. Stewart, New- 
hall, Scotland. 
Caps, &c. 

Gu. a fess dancetty arg. in chiefthree caps ofthe 
last. Cappe, CO. Lincoln. 
Canton 

Arg. a fess and canton gu. Badelismere or 
Badlismere. Riybes, Woodvile. Widenhl. 
WiDViLE. Widvile or WooDViLLE, Earl Rivers, 
Z, 342, 293. Sir Richard Widvill, V. 
W00DVII.L, V. Lionel Wydeville, Bishop of 
Salisbury, 1482-84. Witrick. W^oodvile. 
W00DVI1.E or Widvile, co. Northampton. 



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FESS and in chief..., cont. 
Canton cont. 
Arg. three piles sa. over all a fess gu. a canton 

erm. Truesdale. 
Arg. a fess gu. over all three piles sa. a canton 

erm. Teewsdale, Hundon, co. Lincoln. 
Arg. a fess and canton sa. Eeeby. Ihby, F. 
Az. a fess engr. or a canton arg. Vergill, V. 
Gu. a fess and canton erm. Dart alias Wallis. 

CO. Devon, 1590. Walles or Darte, Meurgifir, 

CO. Cornwall; and Barnstaple, co. Devon; 

granted 1590. 
Or a canton fess and chev. gu. Fitz-Richaed or 

FiTZRoAND. 

Or a fess and two chev. in fess gu. a canton of the 

last. FiTZ Reand. 
Or a fess and canton sa. Geoffrey Ridel, Bishop 

of Ely, 1174-89. 
Paly of six or and az. a fess erra. and a canton of 

the first. Clinton, co. Warwick. 

on a Canton Beast (Lion) 

Arg. a fess az. on a canton gu. a lion pass, of the 

first. Cleare or Clere. 
Arg. a fess wavy gu. on a canton sa. a lion pass. 

of the field. Kebyll. 
Or a fess wavy gu. on a canton sa. a lion pass, of 

the field. Kebyll. 
Sa. a fess erm. on a canton arg. a lion ramp. gu. 

Winter, Lydney, co. Gloucester. 
Sa. a fess erm. on a canton of the last a lion ramp. 

of the first. Winter. Winter, Surrey. 

Wynter, Aldeburgh, Suffolk. 

Cap, &c. 

Erm. a fess nebuly gu. on a canton of the second 

a ducal coronet or. Narbone, Narbone, and 

Colne, CO. Wilts ; covjirnied 14 July, 16C0. 

Norboene, Bremhill, co. Wilts. 
.... Crescent 
Arg. a fess gu. on a canton of the second a cre- 
scent of the first. Beemshell or Breshent. 

CoLBBOND, V. COLEOND. 

Arg. a fess gu. on a canton of the second a 
crescent or. Bramshcot or Beamshott, V. 
.... Cross 
Arg. a fess lozengy gu. on a canton az. a cross 
sarcelJy or*. Montbeeney. 
.... Flower 
Vert a fess arg. on a canton or a rose gu. 
Braeantine ; granted 1G70. 

5-Foil 

Or a fess gu. on a canton of the second a cinque- 
foil of the first. Frayl, F. Feayle. 
.... Leg 
Az. a fess or on a canton of the second a lion's 
gamb of the first. Tckey or Tokey, co. Wor- 
cester. 

.... Mitres 
Chequy or and az. a fess erm. on a canton of the 
second three mitres of the first. Walter de 
Suthfield alias Calthoei', Bishop of Norwich , 
1243-57. 

.... Mallet 
Arg. a fess sa. on a canton of the second a mullet 

of the first. GEtBY. 
Or a fess and chev, gu. on a canton of the second 
a mullet of the first pierced sa. Firz Rorand. 
Chevron 
Arg. a fess and in chief a chev. gu. Quartering 
arg. a crescent within a bordure invecked sa.; 
per pale or and gu. a fess betw. three leopard's 
heads counterchanged ; and arg. a fess betw. 
three hawk's hoods gu. Kirton, Thorp Mand- 
evil, CO. Northampton. 



FESS and in chief cont. 

Chevron cont. 
Arg. a fess sa. in chief a chev. of the last over all 

a label gu. Streles or Strells. 
Gu. a fess and chev. in chief arg. Sprenchose 

or Springhose, co. Salop. 
Or a fess chequy arg. and az, in chief a chev. gu. 

Stewart; quartered by Graham, Esk. 
Or a fess chequy az. and arg. in chief, a chev. 
az. Earldom of Strathern ; quartered by 
Graham. 
Per chev. gu. and vert a fess and in chief a chev. 

arg. Sprencieux; Harl. MS. 1983. 
Per fess gu. and vert a fess arg. in chief a chev. 
of the last. Springhose or Sprencheaux. 
Chief 
Arg. a fess and chief az. Gonston. 
Arg. a fess gu. a chief bendy of six of the first and 

second. Despayne. 
Arg. a fess gu. a chief bendy of six gu. and or. 
Despayne, F. Dyspare; flari. MS. 1404, fo. 104. 
Arg. a fess and chief gu. Salkeld. Moule, 

CO. Northampton. 
Arg. a fess chev. and chief gu. Kirton, West- 
moreland. 
Arg. a fess indented sa. a chief gu. Blithfield. 
Az. a fess gu. a chief arg. fretty az, Morris. 
Az.afessandchiefor.MoETiMEE,firstEarlof March 
Az. a fess dancetty and a chief or. Monsire John 

de Stonor, Y. Sir John Stonarde, F. 
Erm. a fess sa. a chief chequy or and of ihe second. 

Burton, F. 
Gu. a fess indented arg, and a chief or. Brant. 
Or three fusils conjoined in fess az. a chief chequy 

gu. and or. Pauyer, F. 
Or a fess chequy arg. and gu. a chief indented az. 

Wedesbuey. 
Or a fess chequy sa. and gu. a chief in- 
dented az. Wedesbuey or Weddisbeeey, V. 
Woddisbuey. 
Or a fess countercompony of the first and gu. a 

chief indented az. Wynnesbuey. 
Or a fess and chief gu. Beewse. 

on a Chief Annulet 

Erminois a fess of four (sometimes of five) 
lozenges vert, on a chief az. an annulet betw. 
two suns or. Heberden, St. James's, West- 
minster; granted 1752. 

.. ..Beast (Lion) 

Erm. a fess gu. on a chief of the second a lion 
pass. or. GiFFOED. Oubern Giffoed, G. 

... .8 Birds (Martlets) 

Erm. a fess compouy sa. and arg. on a chief of the 

second three martlets or, Crispe. 
Gu. a fess or on a chief of the second three mart- 
lets vert. Ceenway. 
Gu. a fess and chief or on a canton of the first a 
trefoil slipped of the second. Vincent, co. York. 
.... Caps, &c. 
Erm. a fess gu. on a chief indented of the last 
three crowns or. De Corona. 
.... Crescents 
Arg, a fess gu. on a chief of the second two cres- 
cents of the first, Sotheeton. 
.... Escallops 
Az. a fess or on a chief of the last three escallops 
gu. Cleeke, W. 

....Flowers 
Erm. a fess chequy or and nz. on a chief sa. three 
roses arg. barbed of the second. Newboeough, 
liondon. 
Erm, a fess chequy or and az on a chief sa. three 
roses arg. seeded gu. Neeborough, V. 



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FESS and in chief . ..cont. 

on a Chief cont.- , . .Head (Men) 

Arg. a fess nebuly gu. on a chief of the last a 

belmet betw. two lion's heads erased or. 

CoMPTON, Hartburj, co. Gloucester; Baronetcy 

1686. 
Arg. a fess nehuly gu. on a chief of the last a 

helmet betw. two hawk's heads erased or. 

CoMPTON. 

Arg. a fess nebuly gu. on a chief of the last three 
lielmets of the first. Compton. 

.. ..(Monsters) 
Or a fess sa. on a chief of the second 
three griffin's heads erased of the first. 
Peecivall. 

. . . Mullets 
Arg. a fess gu. on a chief az. two mullets of the 

first. MORTEYN, V. 

Gu. a fess arg. on a chief of the second two mul- 
lets sa. POWEE. 

Gu. a fess arg. on a chief of the second three 
mullets of the first. Hemsted, V, or 
Hemstead. 

.... Boundles 

Az. a fess arg. on a chief of the second three hurts. 

GUSTON, V. 

Or a fess gu. on a chief of the second three be- 
zants. CoLviLE, CO. York. 

1 Crescent 

Arg. a fess sa. in chief a crescent of the last. betw. 
two pellets. YoEKE. 

2 Crescents 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief two crescents of the last. 

LOTHERINGTON Or LoTHERTON. SOTHERTON, 

Barking, CO. Essex; and Norfolk. Southerton, 
Norfolk. Watsam. Watsand. John Waxand, 
P. John Wassand, Y. Watland, V. 
Arg. a fess gu. in chief two crescents sa. 
SoTHERTON, Norwich, V. 

3 Crescents 

Arg. a- fess gu. in chief three crescents of 
the second. Wachelm. Sire Gerard de 
Wachesham, N. Sir Gerard Wacheham, 
Suflfolk, V. 

Arg, a fess and in chief three crescents gu. a 
baton az. Sire Johan de Wachesham, N. 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief three crescents two and 
one of the second. Ely, Ireland. 

Arg. a fess dancetly gu. in chief three crescents 
of the second. Sire Henry de Deen, N. Dean. 
CO. Northampton. Sir William Tindaix, V. 
TiNDALL, Norfolk, and Sufi'olk. 

Az. a fesa wavy or in chief three crescents erm. 
WiLi)E. {Her. Off. Vincent, Ho. 15i). 

Gu. a fess or in chief three crescents of the se- 
cond. TOREE. 

Or a fess dancetly gu. in chief three crescents of 
the last. Deake, co. Derby; Matlock, after- 
wards Buly ; descended from the Deanes of 
Deane Hall, co. Chester ; five descents are de- 
scribed in the Visitation of 1641. 

Sa. a fess dancetty arg. in chief three crescents 
or. The Rev. John Dean, D.D., Principal of 
St. Mary's Hall, Oxford, and rector of Oulde, co. 
Northampton. 
1 Cross 

Arg. a fess az. in chief a cross crosslet sa. 
Layton, CO. Somerset. 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief a cross crosslet of the last. 
Watsand. 

Arg. a fess dancetty and a cross patty issuing 
therefrom in chief gu. Joscelin de Bailul, 
Bishop of Sahsbury, 1143-1184. Richard 



FESS and in chief. . . . cont. 

1 Cross cont. 

FitzJoceune, Bishop of Bath and Wells ; 

Archbishop of Canterbury, 1191. 
Arg. a fess sa. in chief a cross gu. Devaynes. 
Or a fess sa. in chief a crosslet gu. Hayveed or 

Haveed, F. 
Or a fess dancetty sa. in the dexter chief a cross 

crosslet fitchy of the first for diflF. for Vavasour; 

quartering sa. a bend or betw. six fountains for 

Stourton. Vavasoue, Haslewood, co. York; 

Baronetcy 1828. 

2 Crosses 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief two crosses 'botonny of the 
last. Watson, Amplhill, co. Bedford. 

Arg. a fess crenelly gu. in chief two crosses 
botonny of the last. Watson, Cumberland. 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief two crosses crosslet of the 
last. Watts. And quartering erm. on a chief 
gu. a bezant betw. two billets or. Watts, 
Hawkesdale Hall, Cumberland. 

3 Crosses 

Arg. a fess chequy or and gu.in chief three crosses 

botonny of the third. Beadges, Kent. 
Arg. a fess chequy or and gu. in chief three crosses 

crosslet fitchy of the third. Boeges or Borgqes, 

Kent, F*. 
Arg. a fess chequy or and gu. in chief three cross - 

lets fitchy of the last. Poedage. 
Arg. a fess chequy or and gu. in chief three 

crosses botonny sa. Poedage, Kent. 
Arg. a fess chequy or and sa. in chief three crosses 

flory of the last. Burges, Crendon, co. Lincoln ; 

granted 1031. 
Arg. a fess gu. in chief three crosses botonny of 

the last. Watson. Watson, Cumberland, 

Kent, and London. 
Arg. a fess sa. in chief three crosses patty gu. 

Geechanton and Geechmeeton. Sir John de 

Geechmeeton, F. Grey^. 
Arg. a fess sa. in chief three crosses crosslet fitchy 

of the second. GooDEiDGE,'Totness, co. Devon ; 

and Doncaster, co, York ; granted July, 

1610. 
Gu. a fess dancetty or in chief three crosses cross- 
let of the last. Engaine. 
Or a fess gu. in chief three crosses patty fitchy 

of the second. Whickee, TF. 
Per fess sa. and erminois fretty gu. a fess per fess 

nebuly of the second and first in chief three 

crosses patty fitchy arg. George Isaac 

Huntingford, Bishop of Gloucester, 1802-] 5, 

afterwards of Hereford, 1815 32. 
Sa. a fess erm. in chief three crosses patty fitchy 

arg. Payne; quartered by Cust. 

2 Cups 

Sa. a fess erm. in chief two covered cups arg. 
Geantham, F, TF. 

3 Cups 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief three covered cups of the 
second. Wescot or Westcope. Westecote, F, 
alias LiTTiLTON, IF Westcote, V. 

Per fess az. and arg. a fess gu. in chief three 
covered cups or. Westcote. 

Sa. a fess or in chief three covered cups of the 
second. Pellot, co. Lincoln, W. Pellot, F. 

2 Escallops 

Per fess indented (or dancetty) arg. and az. a fess 
indented counterchanged in chief two escallops 
of the second. Robyns, F. 

3 Escallops 

Are. five fusils .conjoined in fess gu. in chief 
Uiree escallops sa. Sir Thomas Bosvili.e, F. 

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FESS and in chief. . . . cont. 
3 Escallops cont. 

Arg. a fess sa. iu chief tliree escallops of the last. 
Langlee, CO. Warwick, F. M. del Angeli.ey, 
A. She Edmon de Langele, N. Langi.ey, 
Stndingtoii, co. Warwick. Law^ley, en. Glou- 
cester. William Poole, Sergeant-atLasv, F. 

Gu. a fess and three escallops in chief arg. Erly. 

Gu. a fess engr. arg. in chief three escallops or. 
Dawbney. 

Gu. a fess of five fusils conjoined arg. in chief 
three efiCHllops or. Rauf d'AuBENi, ^. Sr. Raflfe 
Daubney, I. 

Gu. three fusils conjoined in fess or in chief as 
many escallops arg. Sir Edmund Acre, 
Westmoreland, F. 

Sa. a fess dancetty (or indented) arg. in chief three 
escallops or. Dennett. John Dent, F. Dent, 
London. 

1 Estoile 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. in chief a star of 
the second. Lindsay, Dowhill, Scotland. 

2 Estoiles 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief two estoiles of the last. 
Nantyon. 

Arg. a fess embattled sa. in chief two estoiles of 
the last. Peper, Canterbury, Kent; the co- 
heirs m. Ronthland and Twyne ; Visitation of 
Hampshire, 16cl4. Twine, Kent; and Lewes, 
Sussex. Twine, Preston, co. Lancaster; 
granted 21 Nov. 1571. 

Gu. a fess erm. and in chief two stars arg. 
CnAWFURD, Leitnorris, Scotland. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. in chief two stars of 
the second ; quartering arg. a galley oars in 
action sa. with St. Anthony's fire on the top- 
mast ; and in the centre of the quarters a cres- 
cent for diff. StewarTj Tnnernytie, Scotland ; 
Lyon Register. 

3 Estoiles 

Arg. a fess wavy az. in chief three estoiles or, 
Jenkinson, CO. Lincoln, 1592; Ha?-;. MS. 1550, 
fol. 1!)2 h. 

Az. a fess wavy arg. in chief three estoiles or. 
Jenkinson, London ; and co. Lincoln ; granted 
14 Feb. 1568. Antony Jenkinson, Loudon; 
late of Sj'well, co. Northampton, V. 

Gu. a fess fusily arg. in chief three estoiles or. 
Dawbeny. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. in chief three 
stars of the second. Lindsay, The Byres, 
Scotland. 
1 3-Foil 

Gu. a fess chequy or and az. in chief a trefoil 
slipped beiw. two mullets of the second. 
LiD.^EY, London. 
3 3-Foil3 

Arg. a fess indented point in point or and gu. 
three trefoils slipped in chief sa. Tyll, T^ll- 
house, CO. Devon. 

Or a fess chequy arg. and gu. in chief three tre- 
foils slipped of the second. Spinola. 

Per pale arg. and sa. a fess and in chief three tre- 
foils slipped all counterchanged. Michell. 

1 5-Foil 

Or a fess e-u. in chief a cinquefoil az. Colvile. 

2 5-Foils 

Sa. a fess or in chief two cinquefoils of the last. 
Hunt, H'>f];gesback, co. Hereford. 

3 5-Foils 

Arg. a fess chequy or and gu. in chief three 
cinquefoils of the last. Cooke, Clifton, near 
Eristol, 



FESS and in chief. . ..cont. 
3 6-Foils cont. 
Arg. a fess sa. in chief three cinquefoils of the 
last. Hale, Alderley, co. Gloucester ; of this 
family was the celebrated Sir Matthew Hale. 
Or a fess gu. in chief three cinquefoils of the 
second. Bitteeley. 
Fleur-ds-Lis 
Arg. a fess engr. sa. in chief a fleur-de-lis of the 
second. Eyles, London, and Fulham, Mid- 
dlesex. Yilles. 

2 Fleurs-de-lis 

Az. a fess dancetty in chief two fleurs-de-lis or, 
Plowden ; Harl. MS. 1982, fo. 60. 

Erm, a fess dancetty arg. in chief two fleurs-de- 
lis of the last. Clybery. 

Per pale gu. and sa. a fess dancetty arg. in chief 
two fleurs-de-lis of the last. Clybery, F. 

3 Fleurs-de-Lis 

Arg. a fess indented az. in chief three fleurs de- 
lis gu. Thomas de Corbridge, Archbishop of 
Vork, 1300-4. 

Arg. a fess engr. sa. in chief three fleurs-de lis of 
the last. PJyles, Coleshill House, co. Bucks. 
Iles, CO. York. 

Az. a fess or in chief three fleurs-de-lis of the 
second. Kempton, Cambridge; Hadley, Mid- 
dlesex; and London. Edward Kempton, Lon- 
don, 1587, F. 

Az. a fess dancetty or in chief three fleursde-lis 
of the second. Chesterfield, F. Plowden; 
Harl. MS. 1241, fo. 109/;, 

Gu. a fess dancetty arg. in chief three fleurs-de- 
lis of the last. Der.mot or Deemott, Dormot. 
Doeount. Dovant. 

Per pale gu. and sa. a fess dancetty arg. in chief 
three fleurs-de-lis of the last. Clybery. 

Per pale or and sa. a fess engr. and in chief three 
fleurs-de-lis counterchanged. Eales, Rimton 
Holme, Norfolk; granted 2 Nov. 1070. 

Sa. a fess arg. in chief three fleurs de-lis- of the 
last. Kelland, Painsford, in Ashprington, co. 
Devon; the last m;ile repres ntative, John 
Kelland, of Painsford, Esq., d. 1712; his co- 
heirs m. Stafford, Cofliu, and Courlenny. 

Sa. a fess dancetty arg. in chief three fleurs-de- 
lis of the last. Durant, Tong Castle, co. 
Salop, Duraunt, Y. Durrant, co. Derby. 

Sa. a fess or in chief three flenrs-de-Iis of the 
last. Sire William 'WoLroRD, a Gascoygnc, Q. 

Sa. a fess dancetty or in chief three fleurs-de-lis 
arg. Feake or Feeke, co. Stafl'ord; London; 
and Gadstone, Surrey. Wni. Feee, Londi n. 
1502. W^m. Feke, Wighton, Norfolk, IF, 
Hewster, F. 

Sa. a fess dancetty or in chief three fleurs-de-lis 
of the last. Donand, Donant, or Duraunt. 

4 Fleurs-de-Lis 

Sa. a fess erm. in chief four fleurs-de-lis or. Kirton. 

Flower 
Arg. a fess engr. gu. in the dexter chief a rose. 

Fleminge. 
Arg. a fess engr. gu. in chief a rose of the last. 

FEENcni?, F, IF. 

2 Flowers 

Gu. three lozenges conjoined in fess arg. in chief 
two roses (or 5-foils) or. Colwick ; Add. MS. 

3 Flowers 

Arg. a fess chequy or and gu. in chief three roses 

of the last. Cooke. 
Az. a fess erm. voided gu. in chief three roses of 

the last. Robert Winchelsey, Archbishop of 

Canterbury, 1294 1313. 



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F£SS and in chief. . . ,cont. 
3 Flowers cont. 
Erm. a less and in chief three roses gu. 

Deverox. 
Gu. a fess erm. in chief three roses or. Seller, 
Kent ; and London. 
FoU 
Or a fess cliequy gu. sind arg. in chief a 3-foil 
sUpp(d of the second. George Si'iN la, V. 
Foils 
Az. a fess erm. voided gu. in chief three 5 fails of 
the lest. Robert Winchelsey, .■Archbishop of 
Canterbury, 1294-1313. 
Fruit 
Vert a fess or in chief three pears slipped pen- 
dent of the second. Parinchekf. 
Fusils 
Arg. a fess sa. in chief three fusils of the second. 

AsHTON, Suffolk. 
Gu. a fess and in chief three fusils arg. Cognose, 

Northumberland. 
Sa. a fess arg. and in chief three fusils of the 
second. Crobber. 
Garb. 
Or a fess chequy az. and arg. in chief a garb of 
the second ; quartering or a galley with Hames 
of fire issuing out of the fore and hinder parts 
and out of the top of the mast, for the Lordship 
of Lome. Stewart, Innermeth, Scotland. 
Garbs 
Az. a fess or in chief three garbs of the last. 

Drought. 
Or a fess cbequy az. and arg. and three garbs in 
chief of the second; quartering or a galley her 
oars in saltire sa. Stewart, Tungorth, Scotland. 
Vert a fess dancetty or in chief three garbs of the 
second. Wheat, co. Stafford; and co. War- 
wick. Wheat or Wheate, Glymplon, co. 
Oxford; Baronetcy 6 May, 1696; since of 
Lechdale, co. Gloucester. 
Hammers 
Art,', a fess gu. in chief three mallets of the last. 
Franc Le Tyeys, F. 

2 Hands 

Sa. a fess in chief two dexter hands or. Bate. 

3 Hands 

Gu. a fess or in chief three gauntlets arg. 
Church, W. 

Gu. a fess or in chief three sinister gauntlets ppr. 
Church or Churche, Earls Colne, Essex. 
Head 

Arg. a fess az. surmounted of three arrows points 
downward meeting in base counterchanged in 
chief a boar's head erased sa. Hutchison. 
HuTCHEsoN, Scotland. 

Az. a fess or in chief a bear's head ppr. muzzled 
and ringed gold. BARiNG,Larkbeer,co. Devon ; 
Baronetcy. Charles Baring, Bishop of Glou- 
cester and Bristol, 1856. 
2 Heads 

Sa. a fess erm. in chief two boar's heads cooped 
or. SaMBRooke. 

Gu. a fess and in chief two buck's heads arg. 

POPHAM. 

Arg. a fess az. and in chief two lion's heads az. 
Mason, Necton Hall, co. Norfolk; descended 
from Paul Miller Mason, citizen of London, 
who first built, and fixed his family at Necton, 
temp. Henry VII. 

Arg. a fess az. in chief two lion's heads couped of 
the last. Mason, London, 1C34. 

Gu. a fess or in chief two helmets ppr. garnished 
of the second. Iole. 



FESS and in chief. . ..cont. 
3 Heads 

Arg. a fess fusilly gu. in chief three bear's heads 

erect and erased sa. Boswell, V. Bosvill, 

W. 
Arg. a fess dancetty gu. in chief three boar's heads 

couped sa. armed or. Breton, V, or Beetton, 

Northamptonshire. 
Arg. a fess fusilly gu. in chief three bull's heads 

couped sa. Ardesley. 
Arg. a fess dancetty gu. in chief three leopard's 

heads cabo^sed az. Poultney. John de 

Poultney, Y. 
Arg. a fess humetty gu. in chief three leopard's 

faces of the second. Brabant. 
Arg. a fess dancetty gu. iu chief three leopard's 

heads purp. Pountenay, V. 
Arg. a fess dancetty gu. in chief three leopard's 

faces sa. Sir John Pountney or Pultney, 

Mayor of Loudon, 1330-1, 1333-36 ; Harl. 3IS. 

1349. Sir Thomas Pulteney, V. Poultney, 

Misterton, co. Leicester; and co. York. 
Arg. a fess indented gu. in chief three leopard's 

heads sa. William Pulteney, the celebrated 

orator and statesman, created Earlof Both, 1742. 
Arg. a fess indented and three leopard's heads in 

chief sa. Greeve- 
Gu. a fess humetty arg. in chief three griffin's 

head^ erased or. Adrypayn, co. Lincoln. 
Sa.a fess erm. in chief three grifiin's heads era.sed 

or. Maningham, Fendrayton, co. Cambiidge; 

and Kent. Thomas Manningham, Bishop of 

Chichester, l709-2'2. Manningham. 
Label 
Arg. a fess az. a label gu. Kiekyn. Evaydon. 
Arg. a fess az, and a label of three points gu. 

Berkyn. Birkin ; caiiuct temp. Hen. Ill, as 

a Baronial family. Bireen, co. York. Byrken. 

Byekin. Buken. Everyngham. Everingham. 

EVINOHAM or EVINGDON. LaNHAM. 

Arg. a fess az. a label of five points gu. 

Everingham, Evingham or Evingdon. 
Arg. a fess gu. in chief a label of three points az. 

Lordell. 
Arg. a fess gu. in chief a label of four points nz; 

quartering az. a cinquefoil within a bordure 

erm. Rumsey, Brecon. 
Arg. a fess ga. in chief a label of five points of the 

second. Birkyn. 
Arg. three lozenges conjoined in fess gu. a label 

of three points or on each point an eagle disp. 

vert. Syr Edward Montague, Q. 
Arg. a fess sa. a label gu. Everingham. 
Az. a fess fusilly (or lozengy) arg. a label of five gu. 

William de Autrine, A. 
Chequy or and az. a fess arg. in chief a label of 

three points gu. Curson. 
Gu. a fess arg. a label of the second. Mansell, 

CO. Gloucester. Sire William Maunsell, N. 
Gu. a fess arg. and label of five points of the 

second. Hampton, Wales. Wafeyer or 

Waffre. 
Gu. crusilly and a fess arg. a label az. Sire John 

Peche, the son, 0. 
Gu. a fess indented arg. a label az. Sire Robert 

de Nevile, N. 
Gu. a fess arg. a label of five points or. William 

de Mantell, A. 
Gu. a fess erm. a label of three points of the 

same. Wasle. 
Gu. a fess erm. a label of five points of the last. 

Waste. 
Gu. a fuss erm. in chief a label or. Rees, Wales. 



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FESS and in chief. . . .cont. 
Label cont. 

Or a fess chequy arg. and az. a label gu. (another 
sa.) Stuart or Stewart. 

Or a fess. gu. a label of twelve points az. QuiNcv, 
Earl of Winchester. 

Vair a fe-8 gu. a label of three or. Sir William 
Marmyon, Q. 
3 Lozenges 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief three lozenges of the 
second. Blewet, co. Lincoln. 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief three lozenges sa. 
Elewet. 

Arg. a fess sa. in chief three lozenges gu. Bluet, 
Harlerston, co. Lincoln. 

Arg. a fess sa. in chief three lozenges of the 
second. Ashton, co. Stafford. Aston, Ireland. 
Sir E. Aston, of Tyksall.co. Stafford, V. Aston, 
Baron Aston, of Forfar. Aston, co. Stafford. 

Gu. a fess arg. in chief three lozenges of the 
second. Curthaw or Curlyho, co. Nortli- 
ampton. Sire de. ...Kuqueho, ^. Sir James 
Cuquelx or Cugnelx, V. Kognose, co. North- 
umberland. 

Sa. a fess arg. in chief three lozenges of the 
second. Crobber. Geober or Groberd, 
Kushall, CO. Stafford ; Erdeswick. Grobber 
and Geobbere. William Grobber, also called 
William Rushall portiarius aula; Regis, R. II, 
ob. 1493, V. 

Sa a fess or in chief three lozenges of the second. 
Grobber. 
Mascles 

Arg. a fess sa. in chief three mascles of the 
second. Aston. 

Gu. a fess arg. in chief three mascles of the last. 
William Kigeho, A. 

Sa. a fess arg. in chief three mascles of the last. 
Powney, Old Windsor, co. Berks; granted 31 
May, 1661. ♦ 

Monster . . . ( TTnicorn) 

Gu. a fess arg. in chief a unicorn or. Sawnsey, 
CO. Hereford. 

Gu. a fess arg. in chief a unicorn courant or. 
Swansey, CO. Hereford. 

Gu. a fess vair in chief a unicorn conrant or. 
Wilkinson, Laurence- Waltham, co. Berks. 
Mullet 

Arg. a fess az. in chief a mullet of the second. 
More, Suffolk. 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief a mullet pierced az. 
Odingleigh, 

Arg. a fess gu. in dexter chief a mullet of the 
second. Hue de Oddingcel, G. Sr. John de 
Odingsells, I. Sir John de Oddingselles, L. 
Sire Johan Dodingseles, N. 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief a mullet of the second. 
Ingstubbs, CO, Cambridge. 

Arg. a fess sa. in chief a mullet gu. betw. two 
ogresses. Dingley, co. Worcester. 

Arg. a fess sa. in chief a mullet of the last betw. 
two pellets. Dinely, Stanford, Digby, co.Dorset. 
Dyneley, V. Binglet, Wolverton, Isle of 
Wiglit; Vis. 1034. Dyngley or Dynei^y, 
Chorlton, co. Worcester. 

Arg. a fess sa. in chief a mullet of six points of 
the second betw. two pellets. Dyneley. 

Az. a fess chequy or and sa. in chief a mullet of 
the second. Herward. Hekwaee, co. Nor- 
folk, V. 

Az. a fess compony sa. and or a mullet pierced 
in the dexter corner arg. Heewakd, Nor- 
folk. 



FESS and in chief cont. 

Mullet cont. 
Gu. two lialberts paleways surmounted by a fess 

chequy. in chief a mullet.... Chaiston, 

Scotland. 
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. in chief a mullet 

or. MoNiVARD, Scotland. 
Gu. a fess or in chief a mullet of the last. 

Carniquet, Scotland. 
Or a fess lozengy az. in chief a mullet gu. 

Chadwell. 
Or a fess chequy az. and arg. in chief a mullet of 

the second betw. two halberds gu. headed az. 

ToHSTO, Monyward, Scotland. 
Sa. a fess engr. and in chief a mullet betw. two 

crosses formy fitchy arg. Bradley, Bethom, 

CO. Lancaster. Bradley, Slyne House, Bolton- 

bj'-the Sands, co. Lancaster. 
2 Mullets. 
.... a fess dancetty .... and in chief two mullets 

pierced .... John de S. John ; seal, temp. 

Edwd. IIL 
Arg. a fess az. pierced bi' a pale gu. in chief two 

mullets of the second. Winterbottom. 
Arg. a fess countercompony or and sa. in chief two 

mullets gu. Butler. 
Arg. a fess gu. in chief two mullets of the 

second. Dodingsells or Odingsells. William 

D'Odingseles, a. William de Oddinginsele, 

F. William de Oddtngceles, G. Sir Wil- 
liam de Odingsells, I. Heritage. Nantian ; 

quartered by Beville. Odingsell. William 

de Odingseles, A. Odingsells, co. War- 

wick. 
Arg. a fess gu.in chief two mullets pierced of the 

second. Odingsells, V. 
Arg. a fess gu. fretty or in chief two mullets of the 

second. Verney. 
Arg. a fess gu. in chief two mullets sa. 

Odingsell. 
Arg. a fess and in chief two mullets sa. 

Valletort, Clist St. Lawrence, co. Devon ; the 

heiress m. Pollard. William Samsun, A. 

William Saeceln, F. Wawtorod. Wawtord, V. 
Arg. a fess sa. in chief two mullets pierced of the 

second. Vantout or Vatort. 
Arg. a fess embattled in chief two mullets sa. 

Twining. 
Arg. a fess embattled counterembattled sa. in 

chief two mullets of the last. Kishton, co. 

Lancaster. 
Arg. a fess engr. sa. in chief two mullets of the 

second. Watort. 
Az. a fess wavy arg. in chief two mullets pierced or. 

Merick or Meyrice, London, and Wales; 

granted 24 October, 1601. Merick, Norcott, 

Middlesex, 1063. 
Az. a fess or in chief two mullets of the second. 

Yate, Arlington and Crepingham, co. Glou- 
cester. Yate, Bromesberrow, co. Gloucester; 

quartering az. a cliev. betw. three annulets or, 

for Dobyns. Yates, Stanford and l-yford co. 

Berks; co. Bucks; co. Oxford; co. Wilts; and 

CO. Worcester. 
Gu. a fess in chief two mullets pierced arg. 

Bracy. 
Gu. a fess in chief two mullets arg. Poher 

or PoER. Power, co. Worcester. 
Gu. a fess arg. in chief two mullets with six 

points or. Bracy. William de Braci, A. 
Gu. a fess arg. in chief two mullets of six or a 

label of four az. Robert de Beaci, A. William 

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FESS and in chief. . ,.cont. 

2 Mullets cont. 

Gu. a fess dancelty arg. in chief two mullets or. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and sa. in chief two mul- 
lets of the second. Boteler. 

Gu. a fess chequy or andsa. in chief two mullets or. 
Sire Rauf le BoTYLER.iV. 

Gu. a fess countercompony or and sa. in chief two 
mullets arg. Sir Raufe Botteller, co. Salop ; 
temp. Edw. I, V. 

Gu. a fess erm. in chief two mullets or. Roger 
le CovEiiT, A ; Harl. MS. 6137, fo. 92. 

Gu. a fess or in chief two mullets arg. Brassy, V. 
PoHEE, Wichenford, CO. Worcester; established 
in England at the conquest : in the 43td of 
Edward 111 John Le Poher is styled Loid of 
the Manor of Wichenford. The heiress of the 
family, Margaret, only child of John Poher of 
Wichenford, m. John Washbonrne of Wash- 
bourne, and is now represented by the Moneys 
of CO. Hereford and co. Wilts. Richard de 

POZE, F. 

Or a fess and in chief two mullets gu. Hastings, 
Somerset Herald, temp. Henry VIII. Sire 
Miles de Hastings,/^. 

Or a fess gu. in chief two mullets of the second 
and a label az. Sir Philip Hastings, L. Sire 
Felip de Hastings, N. Sir Nicolas Hastings, 
CO. Oxford ; temp. Edw. I, V. 

Per fess az. and aig. a fess gu. in chief two mul- 
lets or. MOETEYNE. 

Sa. a fess in chief two mullets arg. pierced gu. 
Crosse, co. Somerset. 

3 Mullets 

.A.rg. a fe^is az. in chief three mullets gu. 
Flaunders. 

Arg. a fess and in chief three mullets gu. Ireton. 
Ansele de Vile, A. Wheathill. 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief three mullets with six 
points of the second pierced or. Dodingsells. 

Arg.afessgu. in chief three mullets sa. Flanders, 
Flandies, co. Warwick ; temp. Henry Yl, 
descended from Hugh de Flanders, third son of 
Gerard de Odingsells, Baron of Makerstoke, co. 
Warwick, in light of his wife Basilia, d. and 
heir of Geoffrey Lord Lindsey, Baron of Maker- 
stoke, temp. Henry II. The three co-heiresses 
m. first Hardwick of Linley, co. Lincoln, and 
secondly to Erdeswick, of Sandon, co. Stafford ; 
Toddesdon; and Whitehall of Shepey, co. 
Leicester, Odingsells, Trusley, co. Derby ; 
temp. Edw. I ; the two co-heiresses m. Thomas 
Coke, of Trusley ; and Piper. 

Arg. a fess dancetty gu. in chief three mullets sa. 
Barrett, Perry Court. Kent. 

Arg. a fess engr. gu. in chief three mullets sa. 
Bosevile, V. BOSWELL, 

Arg. five fusils conjoined in fess gu. in chief 
three mullets sa. Bosvile, Clifton, co. York. 

Arg. a fess indented gu. in chief three mullets sa. 
Barrett. 

Arg. a fess sa. in chief three mullets gu. Irton, 
Irton, Cumberland, V. Ralph de Ireton, 
Bishop of Carlisle, 1280 92. 

Arg. a fess sa. in chief three mullets of 
the second. Barrett. Dye, co. York. 
Dyneley, Feversham, Kent ; Branby, Mel- 
borne, and Swellinton, co. York. Legh, Cum- 
berland. Towneley, Towneley, co. Lancaster, 
V; derived from Richard de Towneley, alias 
De la Legh, sheriff in 1375, great grandson of 
John Del Legh, by CeciUa de Towneley his 



FESS and in chief cont. 

3 Mullets cont. 

wife, d. and heir of Richard de Towneley. 

Watford. Waturt or Wawtord. Whitehull, 

Shirpy, co. Lincoln. 
Arg. a fess sa. in chief three mullets of the second 

the middle one pierced. Leigh. 
Az. a fess indented in chief three mullets arg. 

Barrett. 
Az. a fess dancetty or in chief three mullets arg. 

Barrett. 
Az. a fess dancetty or in chief three mullets 

pierced arg. Barett, V. 
Gu.a fess arg. in chief three mullets of the second. 

EvEROYS, CO. Chester. Richard de Estornham, 

A ; Harl. MS. C137, fo. 93. 
Gu. a fess lozengy arg. in chief three mullets or, 

Philippe Daubeni, A. 
Gu. a fess dancetty arg. in chief three mullets or. 

Nevill. Nonycke. Novike. 
Gu. a fess double dancetty org. in chief three 

mullets or. Nevill, co. Leicester. 
Gu. a fess double dancetty arg. in chief 

three mullets or a label of five points az. 

Nevill. 
Gu. a fess indented arg. in chief three mullets or. 

Sire Felip de Nevile, N. 
Gu. a fess engr. erm. in chief three mullets or. 

Dawbney. 
Gu. four fusils in fess erm. in chief three mullets 

or. Sir John Dawbeney, Y. 
Gu. a fess indented erm. in chief three mullets or 

a label az. Sire Johan Daubeny, N. 
Gu. a fess or in chief three mullets of the second. 

Beauchampe. 
Gu. a fess dancetty or in chief three mullets of 

the second. Novike. 
Or a fess sa. in chief three mullets gu. Jenken, 

Wales. 
Per fess az. and arg. a fess gu. in chief three 

mullets or. Moetaine. 
Sa. a fess or in chief three mullets pierced of the 

last. Chatting. 
Pales 
Or a fess az. in chief two palets gu. Eustace de 

Fadconberge, Bishop of London, 1221-8. 
Erm. a fess gu. in chief three pales of the second. 

Malynes. Malyns, V. 
Or a fess az. in chief three pales ga. Walter de 

Fauconbekoe. 
Per fess paly of six or and gu. with the first a fess 

az. Faconyridge. Fauconbeidg ; Harl. MS. 

1404, fo. 103. 
Per fess paly of seven arg. and gu. with the first 

a fess as the second. Malines. 
Per fess paly of seven erm. and gu. with the first 

a fess as the second. Malyns ; Harl. MS. 

1404, fo. 103. 
Piles 
Arg. a fess wavy az. in chief three piles issuing 

from the chief gu. Blamschill. 
Gu. a fess wavy and in chief three piles also wavy 

points meeting in fess arg. Isham, Lamport, 

CO. Northampton ; Baronetcy, 1627. 
Gu. a fess or in chief three piles wavy of the last. 

Isham or Ipsam, Kent. 
Or a fess compony arg. and gu. in chief three piles 

az. Westbury. Wyddysbory. 
Or a fess countercompony arg. and gu. in chief 

three piles az. Westbury or Wyddysbury, V. 

on a Quarter 
Arg. a fess gu. on a quarter of the last a crescent 

of the field. Bremshett. 



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FESS and in chief cont. 

Reptile 
Or a fess gu. in chief a serpent az. Cuthbert, 
Castlehill, Scotland. 
Roundle 
Gu. a fess dancetty or a bezant. Lobert or 

LoBERD, CO. Leicester. 
Arg. a fess in chief an ogress betw. two mullets sa. 
Dyngley. 

2 Boundles 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief two torteaux. Betall. 
Arg. a fess sa. in chief two pellets. P]t.wat, V. 
Gu. a fess arg. in chief two plates. Clesby, co. 
York. Closby, co. York, V. 

3 Boundles ( Bezants ) 

Gu. a fess .... iu chief three bezants. Sire 

John GoBAND, 0. 
Gu. a fess arg. iu chief three bezants. Everoys, 

CO. Chester. Brampton, L< tton, co. Norfolk. 

De Ebroicis, i.e. Devereux; temp. John and 

Heury 111 ; sine desc. by Nicholls, Coll. Top. ii, 

ii50. 
Gu. a fess or in chief three bezants. 

Devebeulx. 

( Hurts ) 

Arg. a fess sa. in chief tiiree hurts. Langley, co. 

Gloucester. 

(Ogresses) 

Arg. a fess sa. in chief three ogresses. Langley, 

CO. Gloucester; Siirewshury, co. Salop; ami 

CO. Wjirwick. Wat de Langi-ey, A. 
Arg. a fess sa. fretty of the first in chief three 

ogresses. Rawlinson, Essex. 
Arg. a fess sa. fretty or in chief three pellets. 

Rawlins, Wakeriug, co. Essex ; granted 2 Jan. 

ISli'. 
Arg. a fess dancetty sa. in chief three pellets. 

BoLSTRODE. SCOPINDON, V. ScHOriNDON, V. 

Erni. a fess chequy or and az. in chief three 
ogresses. Dabderne, co. Wilts. 
(Plates) 

Gu. a fess arg. in chief three plates. Brampton, 
Letton, Norfolk. Derneys. Devereux, co. 
Chester. William de Eyereux, A. WiUiam de 
EvEREOx, F. Sire William de Everoys, N. 
Eri.ey or Erly, co. Chester. Etellun. 
Etolney. Neroys, CO. Chester. 

Gu. a fess arg. in chief three plates a crescent for 
difif. Zorkes. 

(Torteaux) 

Arg. a fess az. in chief three torteaux (in augmen- 
tation). Dering, Surrenden-Deriog, Kent ; 
Baronetcy, 1626. Quartering or a saltire sa. 

Arg. a fess gu. in chief three torteaux. Beterley, 
Canduay. Cawdry. Chawdrey. Covill, 
CO. York. Devereux, Viscount Herefoid. 
D'Evereux, Earl of Essex, .2, 319. Nicholas 
Devereux, " The White Knight," 1556, 
Adamstown Castle, and Carigmenan, co. Wex 
ford. M. John Dev'rose, S. W&\ de Everes, 
F. And with a mullet or on the fess for 
diif. M. John Deverose, S. Ettleman, V. 
Ferrars. 

Erm.a fess gu. in chief three torteaux. Devereux, 
Carigmenan, CO Wexford, Ireland. 

Or a fess.... in chief three torteaux. John 
Wake, F. 

Or a fess gu. in chief three torteaux. Beterlee, 
V, or Beterley. Bitterley, Cowdrey, Sussex. 
Roger de Buterliie, A. Buterlere. Steven 

de BuTi.EY, F. CoLViLK, CO. York. Colville. 
Sire Robert de Colevile, N. M. John Colvyll, 
S. Covill, co. Lancaster. De Dale, V. 



.cont. 



Templeton. 
Mack. 

KiRTON, CO. 



FESS and in chief. 

Saltire. 
Or n frss az. in the chief dexter quarter a saltire 
gu. Ashoe. 
Suns 
Az. a fess erm. in chief three suns or. Jenkinson, 
Ireland. 

Wreaths 
Sa. a fess dancetty arg. in chief two chaplets or. 
Ironside, co. Lincoln. 

FESS and in base 

Beast (Lion) 

Gu. a fess erm. in chief and iu base a lion pass. arg. 
betw. two crosses crosslet or. Acton, eo. Chester. 
Or a fess dancetty sa. in base a lion ramp, of the 
last. Morres, Ireland. Lateraqh ; quar- 
tered by Butler, Earl of Arran. 
Building 
Az. a fess or in base a church arg. 

Chevron 
Arg. a fess enhanced and a chev. gu. 
Or a fess and chev. in base gu. 

WjUs. 
Sa. a fess or in base a chev. of the second, 
Baynard. Sir Robt. Baynard, V. 
Crescent 
Erm. a fess gu. in base a crescent of the last. 

Charters, Ciiarteris, or Chartres. 
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and sa. in base a crescent 
of the second. Woolley. 
Cross 
Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. iu base a cross 
moline or. Boyd, Pinkhill. 
Fish 
Per fess arg. and az. a fess gu. in chief fretty of 
the second in base a dolphin naiant of the first. 

MORYS. 

Flenr-de-Lis 
Arg. a fess dancetty in base a fleur-de-lis sa. 
Chastklon. 
5-Foil 
Arg. a fess wreathed az. and gu. in base a cinque- 
foil of the last. Carmichael, Crawford, 
Scotland. 
Fruit 
Az. a fess arg. in base three apples of the last. 
Harlewin. Harlewine. 
Mascle 
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. in base a mascle or. 
Lindsay, Covingtoun, Scotland. 
Ship 
Gu. a fess erm. in base a ship with three masts 
sails furled ppr. Crawfubd, Passell. 
Sword 
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. a dagger paleways 
in base ppr. and in chief a mullet for diff. 
Lindsay, Pitscandly, Scotland ; Lion Register. 
2 Swords 
Gu. a fess erm. and in base two swords saltire- 
ways ppr. hilts and pomels or. Crawfurd, 
Jordan hill. 
Tree 
Arg. a less embattled gu. in base a stump of a 
tree ppr. Richards. 

FESS betw, or within .... 
1 Anchor 
Vert a fess betw. two pheons in chief and 
an anchor iu base arg. Steedman, Scot- 
land. 
Vert a fess arg. betw. two pheons in chief and 
an anchor in base or. Stedman. 



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FESS betw. or within .... cont. 
3 Anchors 
Arg. a fess wavy betw. three anchors az. 

Jamieson. 
Az. a fess dancetty betw. three anchors or. Byde ; 

granted 1069. 
Or a fess az. betw. three anchors of the second. 

Fairs. 
Sa. a fess arg. betw. three anchors or. 

Wenman. 

3 Annulets 
.... a less .... betw. three annulets .... Henry 

Sever, brother of William Sever, Bishop of 

Carlisle, 1496-1502, afterwards of Durham. 
Arg. a fess betw. three annulets az. Roser, or 

Roster. 
Arg. a fess az. bezanty betw. three annulets of the 

second. Haines, co. Berks. 
Arg. a fess nebuly betw. three annulets az. 

Hayne or Haynes. 
Arg. a fess nebuly az. betw. throe annulets gu. 

Haynes or Hayne. Heynes. 
Arg. a less wavy az. betw. three annulets gu. 

Heynes. 
Arg. a fess az. betw. three annulets sa. 

Marshall. 
Aig. a fess betw. three annulets gu. Sr. John 

Challers, CO. Cambridge, V, Chaloner 

CO. Cambridge. Charreys. Eschallers, 

EscALERS, or EscHALLES, CO. Cambridge .Sire 

Thomas de Escbalers, N. William de 

Fatikeham, a ; Harl 3IS. 6137, fo. 90. Fowick. 

GORINGE. ThEVER. 

Arg. a fess crenelly betw. three annulets gu. 

"Vyeix, CO. Gloucester. 
Arg. a fess embattled and counterembattled 

betw. three annulets gu. Viell, co. Glou- 
cester. 
Arg. a fess engr. betw. three annulets gu. Cherry, 

London; Her. Off. MS, Vincent, No. 154. 

Cherry, co. Berks. 
Aig. a fess raguly betw. three annulets gu. Viell, 

London, W. 
Arg. a fess engr. gu. betw. three annulets sa. 

Freshe. 
Arg. a fess raguly gu. betw. three annulets sa. 

Vyell, co. Gloucester, V. 
Arg. a fess engr. betw. three annulets sa. Wegg, 

Colchester, Essex. Wegg, Acton, Middlesex. 
. WiGGE, London, 1634. Thomas de Wogges, 

r. 

Az. a fess betw. three annulets arg. Roser. 
Az. a chev. surmounted of a fess betw. three 

annulets or. Hadley. Hardly, London. 
Az. a fess betw. three fleurs-de-lis in chief and 

as many annulets in base or. Bickton, Corn- 
wall. 
Gu. a fess betw. three annulets arg. Cowan. 
Gu. a fess erm. betw. three annulets or. Maston. 

Underwood, Ireland. 
Gu. a fess betw. thi'ee annulets or. Petit. 

Pettus, Rackheath, Norfolk. Thomas Petytt. 

Y. 
Or a chev. betw. three annulets gu. over all a fess 

arg. Hartley, as borne by George Hartley 

of Middleton Lodge, near Richmond, co. 

York. 
Or a fess sa. betw. three annulets gu. 

Wegg. 
Or a fess engr. so. betw. three annulets gu. Wegg, 

Newcastle. 
Sa. a fess erm. betw. three annulets or. 

Dolman. 



. cont. 



FESS betw. or within . 

3 Annulets cujit. 
Sa. a fess beiw. three annulets or. (Attributed to) 

John Stokesley, Bishop of London, 1530-9. 
A portrwit at Windsor. 

4 Annulets 

Arg. a fess engr. betw. four annulets sa. two in 

chief and as many in base. Frogg. 
6 Annulets 
Arg. a fess erm. betw. six annulets sa. Lucas, 

Kent ; granted 8 Nov. 1571. 
Arg. a fess betw. six annulets gu. Amenes. 

Annennell. John Amunell, Y. Amrenell. 

Amunel. AvENELLor Avenett, CO. Cambiidge. 

Anvenell. Sire William Avenel, N. Ayenell, 

as quartered by RoUesley ; Egerton MS 996. 

Sir John Avenell, V. Fitz Lewis, Essex. 

Kardoyle. Lucas, Filby, Norfolk. Lucas, 

Castle Shane, CO. Monaghan. Lucas, Berwick- 

on Tweed. Lucas, F. Lucas, Colchester; ■ and 

Shenfield, Essex ; and Suffolk. 
Arg. a fess betw. six annulets sa. Marshall. 
Erm. a fess engr. az. betw. six annulets gu. 

Lucas, as borne by Matthias Prime Lucas, of 

Waieringbury, Kent, Lord Mayor of London, 

1H27. 
Gu. a fess betw. six annulets arg. Abeedwell, or 

Abredrobeij.. Anneneyix. Avenayne, or 

Avenar. Sir John Avenell, V. 
Gu. a fess arg. betw. six annulets or. Pickering. 
Gu. a fess arg. fretly az. betw. six annulets or. 

Pickering, co. Chester, and co. York. 
Gu. a fess cht quy or and nz. betw. six annulets of 

the second. Barker, Billesdon, Suffolk. 

Berker, High Hanoll, co. Salop ; Harl. MS. 

7510, fo. 4. 
Or a fess betw. six annulets gu. Charonys. 
Or a fess sa. betw. aix annulets gu. Lucas; Visit. 

Durham, 1615. 
Or a fess betw. six annulets sa. Lucas, 

Durham. 

9 Annulets 
Arg. a less raguly gu. betw. nine annulets sa. 

Vyell. 

1 Arrow 
Gu. a fess arg. betw. a bow and arrow in full 

draught in chief and three men's le^s couped at 

the thighs in fess paleways of the second. 

Birney, Broomhill, Scotland. 
3 Arrows 
Arg. a fess chequy or and az. betw. three arrows 

in pale points upwards in chief and three fleurs- 
de-lis two and one in base of tlie third. 

M'Adam-Steuart, GUnorraiston, co. Peebles. 
Az. a fess dancetty in chief a bow bent in fess 

and three arrows two in saltire and one in pale 

tied with a ribbon in base all or. Budd, Wil- 

lesley, co. Devon. 
Erm. a fess dancetty paly or and vert betw. two 

horse's heads erased in chief sa. and three 

arrows in base one in pale surmounted by two 

in saltire the pheons downwards. Edmeades. 

Nursted Court, Kent. 
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. betw. three arrows 

points upward of the second. M'Adam, Craig- 

engillen, Scotland. 
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. betw. three arrows 

paleways points upward or. M'Kaden, Scotland. 
Gu. a fess chequy or and az. betw. three arrows 

paleways of the second. Mack Kudim or 

M'Kudim, Scotland. 
Or a fess betw. three arrows points downward az. 

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FESS betw. or withiu. . . . cont. 
3 Axes 

Arg. a fess gu. betw. tbree axes az. hafted sa. 
Parkin. 

Arg. a fess gu. betw. three battle-axes sa. 
BusHEDDD, CO. Dorsct. 

Arg. a fess embattled betw. three battle-axes sa. 
Eainbrigge, LockingtoD, co. Derby ; settled 
there since the reign of Henry VII. 

Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. betw. three battle- 
axes of the second. Tussek, Byvenhall, 
Essex; granted 1 Feb. 1500. 

Gu. a fess dancetty arg. betw. three battle-axes or. 
Akei.oyt, CO. Salop, V. Hakelioi. Sir Walter 
Hakelut, N. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. betw. three pick- 
axes of the second. Pigott, co. Bedford. 

Gu. a fess compony or and az. betw. three pick- 
axes of the second, Pycott, V. 

Sa. a fess betw. three battle-axes arg. Ray. 
Wbay, Wray, Devon. AVeey, Cornwall. 

Sa. a fess betw. three poleaxes arg. helved gu. 
Wrey, Trebitch, Cornwall; Baronetcy, l(i28. 
Quartering, arg. a cross engr. gu. betw. four 
water bougets sa. for Bourchier ; third quarterly 
first and fourth az. three fleurs-de-lis or ; 
second and third gu. three lions pass, guard. 
in pale or for Plantagenet; fourth az. a bend 
arg. cotised or betw. six lions ramp, of the third 
for Bohun. 

2 (Fire) Balls 

Quarterly gu. and or over all a fess compony 
countercompony or and az. ; in the first and 
fourth quarters a lion ramp. arg. ; in the second 
and third a grenade sa. fired ppr. Warren, 
London, and Sheppertou, Middlesex. 

3 (Fire) Balls 

Erm.a fess betw. three firebars sa.issuing flames 
ppr. Cartwright, co. Nottingham, and co. 
Northampton : Hugh Cartwright, living temp. 
Henry Vll, had three sons — i. Hugh of Nor- 
well, ancestor of the Cartwrigbtsof Norwell and 
Marnham. ii. Roland, from whom derive the 
Cartwrights of Aynho, co. Northampton ; 
and, lu. Edmund of Ossington. Cartwright, 
Ixworth Abbey, Sufi'olk. Thomas Cartwright, 
Bishop of Chester, 1686-9. 
2 Bars see also Cotises 

Arg. a fess gu. betw. two bars wavy sa. all betw. 
three crescents of the second. Dodd, Pertsey, 
CO. Salop, 162^3. 

Gu. a fess betw. two bars fusily arg. Eoclay. 

Or a fess betw. two bars indented sa. Boys. 

COSTLE. 

Sa. a fess betw. two bars dancetty arg. Parry. 

Barnilets 
Arg. a fess az. betw. two barrulets or indented on 

the sides gu. Assob. 
Arg. a fess erm. betw. two barrulets sa. 

Hari.eston, South Kendon, Essex. 
Arg. a less indented point in point or and gu. 

betw. two barrulets az. Floshing. 
Or a fess wavy betw. two barrulets sa. 

Finchfield. 
Bars Gemel 
Arg. a fess betw. two bars gemel az. Piers de 

la Mare, Y. 
Arg. a fe«s erm. betw. two bars gemel sa. 

Harleston, South Kendon, Essex. Harlestone, 

Secretary to the Master of the Rolls, 

1640. 
Arg. a fess ermines betw. two bars gemel sa. 

Hurlston, Cauington, co. Bedford. 



FESS betw. or within cont. 

Bars Gemel cent. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. two bars gemel wavy az. 

Eliot, Earl of St. Germains ; quartering sa. on 

a fess or betw. three mullets erm. as many 

crosses cross let for Craggs. 
Arg. a fess betw. two bars gemel gu. 

Badelismere; as borne by Bartholomew de 

Badlesmere, summoned to Parliament as a 

Baron, -Sd Edw. II. Goncelin Badelismere, A. 

Rauf Badlesmere, X. Guneelline Badlesmere, 

D. 
Arg. a fess betw. two bars gemel gu. a label of 

five az. Bartholomew de Badlesmer, G, 

Sire Bartholomew de Badelesmerk, L. 
Arg. a fess wavy betw. two bars gemel sa. 

Finchfield. 
Erm. a fess betw. two bars gemel gu. Raffde 

Badilismer, a. M. Kafe de Badlesmere, D. 
Gu.a fess betw. four barrulets arg. two and two. 

Ralph de NoRMANViLLE.D; Harl. MS. 6137. 
Gu. a fess arg. in chief one bar gemel in base 

two bars gemel of the last. M. John 

Basynges, S. 
Gu. a fess chequy or and sa. betw. two bars 

gemel of the second. Wuitwell, co. Stafiord. 
Or a fess betw. two burs gemel az. Delamere. 
Or a fess betw. two bars gemel gu. Delamaee, 

Suffolk. 
Sa. a fess betw. two bars gemel or all betw. 

three conies pass. Conne, East Walton. 
Barnacles 
Arg. a fess az. betw. two pairs of barnacles in 

chief and a rose in base gu. Thurning, co. 

Northampton. 
Arg. a fess betw. three horse barnacles gu. 

Baenack. 
Arg. a fess betw. throe pair of barnacles sa. 

Barnake, CO. Leicester. Sire William Bernak, 

N. Barnakes, CO. Lincoln, V. Bernak, co. 

Leicester, temp. Edw. II. 
I Beast. ...(Deer) 
Arg. a stag gu. attired or issuing out of a fess 

wreathed az. and of the third in base a martlet 

sa. M'CoRQUODiLL, Scotland ; granted 17 SG. 
Gu. a fess betw. a roebuck courantin chitforand 

three estoiles in base arg. Hamey, St. Luke's, 

Chelsea. 
Gu. a fess betw. a buck courant in chief or and 

three mullets two and one in base arg. 

Hamey. 
Sa. a ftss erm. betw. two fleurs-de-lis in chief 

and a hind Irippant in base or. Barrow, 

Kent. 

(Ermine) 

PtT fess gu. and or a fess of the last in chief an 

ermine pass. ppr. and in base five palets of the 

first. Caetiee, Montreal, Canada; Baronetcy 

18()8. 

.. ..(Horse) 
Arg. a fess betw. a horse courant in chif f and a 

water bouget in base sa. Coulthart, Wigtown, 

and Ashton under- Lyne, co. Lancaster. 

(Hound) 

Gu. a fess arg. in chief a mullet of the last betw. 

two garbs or in base a greyhound of the second. 

OuDNY. That Ilk. 

....(Demi-Lion) 
Arg. a demi lion ramp, issuing out of a fess gu. 

a fleur-de-lis in base of the last. Chalmers, 

Balnecraig, Scotland. Chalmers, Auldbar, 

CO. Forfar ; Cults, Scotland. Sir William 

CuAMEERS, the architect. 



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FESS betw. or. within .... cont. 
Beast covt. (Demi Lion) cont. 
Arg. a fess gu. in cliief a denii lion issuing sa. and 

in base a fleur-de-lis az. Chalmers, Cults, co. 

Aberdeen. 
Arg. a demi lion ramp. sa. issuing out of a fess gu. 

ill base a fleur-de-lis of the last. Chambers or 

Chalmers, That Ilk, Scotland. 
Arg. a demi lion ramp. sa. issuing out of a fess gu. 

in base a fleur-de-lis of the last all within a bor- 

dure of the same. Chambers, as borne by 

Mons. Chamliers, Baron of Tartus, in France, 

a descendant of Chambers, of That Ilk. 
Arg, a demi lion ramp. sa. issuing out of a fess gu. 

in base a fleur-de-lis of the last all within a 

bordure of the second. Chambers, Ashentrees, 

Scotland, a scion of That Ilk. 
Arg. a fess sa. in chief a demi lion ramp, issuant 

gn. in base three estoiles az. Oybs or 

Oeils. 
Az. a fess betw. three stag's heads erased in chief 

and a demi lion ramp, in base arg. Hely. 

(Lion) 

Arg. a fess az. betw. two mullets in chief and a 

lion ramp, in base gu. M'Crae. M'Rach or 

Macrae, Scotland, 
Arg. a fess az. fretty or betw. a lion pass, in chief 

and three crosses crosslet fltcby in base gu. 

Campleshon, 
Arg, a fess chequysa. and or betw, two ships sails 

furled of the second flags gu, in chief and a lion 

ramp, in base of the last. Rolland, Aucbmitie, 

CO. Forfar. 
Arg, a fess gu. betw. a lion pass. az. in chief and 

two estoiles in base sa. Walpole. 
Arg, a fess betw. three estoiles in chief and a lion 

ramp, in base gu. M'Bbaibe, Netherwood, 

Scotland. 
Arg. a fess betw. three mullets in chief and alien 

ramp, in base, gu. M'Crach, Scotland. 
Arg. a fess gn. in chief a lion pass, guard, sa. all 

within a bordure engr. erm. Bettenson, 

Seven Oaks, Kent. 
Arg. a fess gu.betw.two garbs in chief of thesecond 

and a lion pass, in base sa. Cinsallagh, Ireland. 
Arg. a fess nebuly sa. in chief a lion pass. az. 

betw. two lozenges gu. in base a lozenge of the 

last. Robert Thorne, V. 
Arg. a fess dancetty sa. in chief a crescent and in 

base a lion ramp. gu. Morbes, Lord Frankfort, 

Irelnnd, now De Montmorency. 
Gu. a fess chequy arg, and az, between two cres- 
cents in chief and a lion pass, guard, in base or. 

Clark, Baronetcy 1837; London. 
Gu. a fess betw. three crosses crosslet fitchy in 

chief and a lion ramp, in base or. Gapper,co. 

Somerset. 
Or a fess az. in chief a lion pass. gu. and in base 

three trefoils reversed vert. Dash. 
Or a fess chequy az, and arg, betw. a lion pass. 

guard, in chief gu. and three buckles in base of 

the second two and one. Stewart, Ornton, 

Scotland. 
Or a fess chequy az. and arg, betw, a lion pass, in 

chief and a rose in base gu. all within a bordure 

engr. gobony of thesecond and third. Stewart, 

I nchbrook, Scotland ; Lyon Register. 
Or a fess sa. betw. a lion pass, guard, in chief and 

a crescent in base gu. Wauch or Waugh. 
Or a fess sa. in chief a lion pass. gu. holding a cross 

crosslet fitchy sa. in base a plain cross betw, 

four ermine spots. Vawdrey, Biddings, co, 

Chester. 



FESS betw. or within .... cont. 
Beast cont. (Lion) cont. 

Or a fess sa. betw. in chief a lion pass, holding a 
cross patty fitchy gu. in base a cross humetiy 
between four ermine spots sa. Vaxjdrey, 
Harl. MS. 1988. 

Or a fess dancetty betw. two eagles displ. in chief 
sa. and a lion pass, guard, in base gu. Vavazor, 
■Wisbeach,in the Isle of Ely ; granted 1763. 

Or a fess eng. vert in chief a lion pass. gu. in base 
three torteaux two and one. Giddy, St. P>ith, 
Cornwall; granted 11 June, 1770. Giddy, 
Tredrea, Cornwall, and Eastbourne, Sussex. 

Per fess or and arg. a fess az. in chief a lion pass, 
gu. in base three trefoils slipped and reversed 
vert. Dash. 

Per fess or and arg, a fess sa, in chief a lion pass, 
gu, holding in his dexter paw a cross patty 
fitchy of the third in base a cross humetty betw. 
four ermine spots. Vawdrey, Tushinghain 
Hall, CO. Chester; originally of Biddings, and 
subsequently of Cranage. 

Per fess or and gu, a fess dovetail betw. two 
falcons belled in chief and a lion ramp, in base 
all counterchanged. Lees, Werneth, Oldham, 
co, Lancaster. 

Per fess a fess wavy gu. the chief part vert a lion 
ramp, or the base per pale dexter side vair 
sinister sa. three roses arg, Burlinson, 
Bishop Wearmouth, co. Durham. 

Per pale vert and gu. a fess dancetty erm. betw. 
a lion pass, and two martlets or. Somer. 

Vert a ft ss or betw. two eagle's heads erased in 
chief and a lion pass, in base arg. Skirrow, 
...,(0x) 

Sa. a fess arg. in chief three demi ladies couped at 
the breast ppr. vested of the second ducally 
crowned or in base upon barry wavy of four arg. 
and az. an ox of the second horned and hoofed 
gold. Bishopric of Oxford. Formerly the 
arms of St. Frideswide's Priory, Oxford. 
(Sheep) 

Az. a fess betw. a fleece in chief and a wolf pass, 
in base or. Maddy, co. Gloucester. 
2 Beasts.. ..(Boars) 

Per pale sa. and arg. a fess betw. two boars pass, 
that in chief to the dexter the one in base to the 
sinister allcounterchanged. O'SulliyakBearra, 
Ireland. 

....(Cats) 

Sa, a fess erm, betw, two cats pass, guard, or. 
Hill, Alderman and Grocer of London, W. 

Sa. a fess or betw. two cats guard, arg. Tyller, 
Middlesex. 

.... (Dogs) 

Arg, a fess humetty az. betw. two dogs pass, sa, 
Eldorowe. 

Gu. a fess arg, fretty az. betw. two talbots sejant of 
the second. Morant. 
.. ..(Horses) 

Arg. a fess between two colts pass. sa. Coulthubst, 
Ireland. Colthurst, co, Somerset. 
.... (Hounds) 

Arg. a fess gu. betw. two greyhounds conrant sa. 
Greswolde, Malvern Hall, co. Warwick; 
Pensham, co. Worcester. The family of Gres- 
wolde derives from Humphrey Greswolde, of 
Greet, who died 1660. 

Arg, a fess sa. betw. two greyhounds courant gu. 
Hall. 

Arg, a fess sa. betw, two greyhounds courant sa. 
collared or. Hall, London; and Laventhorp, 
CO. York, Wm. Hall, York, W. 

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FESS betw. or within cont. 

2 Beasts cont. (Hounds) cont. 
Arp. a fess sa. betw, two ^leyliounds courant of 

the second. Bkiscoe, Ireland. 
Gu. a fess betw. two grejlmnnds courant avg. 

collared or. Maulivers. Maleverer, Horne- 

clitfe. 
Sa. a fess arg. frettj gu. betw. two greyhounds 

sejant in chief or and a galley ber sails furled 

in base of the second. Gallie, Scoilund. 
. . . . ( Lions) 
Arg. a fess az. fretty arg. betw. two denii lions 

erased in chief gu. and in base on a mount vert 

an onk t'ce fruited ppr. Vernem,. 
Erin, a fess in chief iwo demi lions ramp, issunnt 

fiom the fess in base lliree niascl< s gu. Sai.l. 
Erm. a fess betw. two demi lions in cliief and 

three mascles in base gu. Salle, co. Devon. 

Ball, V. 
Arg. a fess az. betw. two lions pass, guard, gn. 

iScoRNE, CO. Devon. Cade, co. Derby. 
Arg. a fess nebuly az. betw. two lions pass. gu. 

Channell ; Sir William Cbanuell, Baron of the 

Exchequer, 18&7. 
Arg. a fess nebuly az. betw. two lions pass. sa. 

Alwyn. 
Arg. a fess betw. two lions pass. gu. Sweple, F. 
Aig. a fess humetty gu. betw. two lions pass. sa. 

Mansham. 
Arg. a fess betw. two lions pass, reguard, sn. 

FOI.IFAT or FoLIFOOT. 

Av3. a fess vnir betw. two lions pass, guard, sa. 

HooKKR alias Vowell, Exeter, co. Devon. 

VoEL, alias Hoker, Exeter. 
Az. a fess be- w. two lions pass. erm. Dickinson 

or DicONSoN, Cleypole, co. Lincoln ; Bradley, 

CO. Stafford ; and co. York. 
Az. a fess erminois betw. two lions pass, and 

counterpass. arg. the upper one to the dexter 

each crowned with an Eastern coronet or. 

PoYSER, London ; granted 1772. 
Gu. a fess betw. two lions pass. arg. Payne, St. 

Christopher's, and Blunham House, co. 13ed- 

ford ; Baronetcy, 1737. Payne, St. Marylebone, 

Middlesex; granted 1770; quartering az. a 

cross sarcelly or betw. four crosses crosslet 

fitchy arg. for Carlisle. 
Gu. a fess humetty or betw. two lions pass, guard. 

arg. Massam, Ireland. 
Gu. a fess betw. two lions or. Simpson, West 

house, CO. Durham. Simpson, Bradley, co. 

Durham. 
Gu. a fess humetty betw. two lions pass, (or pass. 

guard.) or. Harwood, V. 
Gu. a fess vair betw. two lions pass, guard, erm. 

Downing, Essex. Downing, Pynest, Essex. 
Or a fess wavy az. betw. two lions pass, guard, sa. 

Bailles, CO. York; granted 1578, Ball or 

Balle, 
Or a fess embattled counterembattled ermines 

betw. two lions pass. az. Brigenshaw. 
Or a fess betw. two lions pass. gu. Cooke, 

Whitefield, Suffolk. 
Or a fess humetty gu. betw, two lions pass. sa. 

Marsham. Masham, W. 
Or a fess humetty gu. betw, two lions pass. 

counterpass. sa. Masham, High Lever, Essex ; 

Baronetcy 1621; Baron Masham 1711. 

Masham, Suffolk. 
Or a fess gu, betw, two lions pass, guard, sa. 

Goodlet, Scotland, 
Or a fess vair betw. two lions pass, sa. 

Hooker, 



FESS betw. or within. . . .cont. 

2 Beasts cont. (Lions) cont. 

Or a fess vair betw. two lions pass, guard, sa. 

Vowell a/ffls Hooker, Exeter, IF. 
Per pule az. and or a fess connterchanged in each 

division of the first a lion pass, guard, of the 

second on each of the second a fleur-de-lis 

of the first. Cusack. 
Quarterly gu. and or over all a fess counter- 

compony or and az. in the first and fourth 

quarters a lion ramp. aig. in the second and 

third a grenade sa. fiied ppr. Warren, London, 

and Shepperton, Middlesex. 
Sa. a fess arg. betw. two lions pass, reguard. or. 

Mayo. 
Sa. a fess arg. betw. two lions pass, reguard, or 

a canton ol the se(;ond. Mayo. 
Sa. a fess or betw. two lions pass. arg. John 

Tylf.u, Bishop of Llandaff, 1706 21. 
Sa. a fess betw, two lions pass, lesnard. or. John 

Maye, Bishop of Cailivle, 1577 98, 
.... (Sheep ) 
Quarterly az, and or a fess ermine in the first and 

fourth quarters a golden fleece in the second 

and third a castle gu. betw. two flrurs-di^-lis in 

fess vert. I'lowes, Wakefield, co. York, 1823; 

quartered by Josepii Todd, Molesey Hi'use, 

Surrey, who married Lucy dau. and co-heir 

of Wm. Plowes, Esq. 

.... (Weasels) 
Gu. a fess erm. betw. two weasels arg. 

Ferminguam, London. 
Per fess gu. and sa. a fess erm. betw. two weasels 

arg. John Fremingham, Sheriff' of London, 

1402 ; Harl. MS. 1 ',U0. fo. 45. 

(Wolves) 

Gu. a fess erm. Leiw. two wolves pass, arg, 

Lowe. 

3 Beasts . .. . (Asses) 

Arg, a fess betw. thrive a'-.ses pass. ku. Aylmer. 

Arg. a fess l:etw. tliree asses sa. Askewe. 

Arg. u fess betw. three asses pass. sa. Ascough, 

Blibers, co. Lmculn. Asken or Askene. 

Askew. 
Per pule or and az, a fess betw. three asses or. 

ASCUNE, 

Sa, a fess betw, three asses arg. Ascjue, co. Lin- 
coln. 

Sa. a fess betw. three asses pass. arg. Ayscough. 

Sa, a fess betw, three asses statant arg, 
Ayskevt, V. 

Sa. a fess gu. betw. three asses arg. Askouthe. 

Sa. a fess or betw. three asses pass, arg. Aiscough 
or Ayscoghe, or Ascough, of Stallingbro" and 
Kelsey, co. Lincoln, The last Sir Edward 
Ayscoghe, left four daughters his coheirs, viz. 
Bridget, m. to John Hanbury, of Pontypool ; 
Isabella m. to Matthew Bouchereit; Mary, m. 
to Thornhaugh, of Shireoaks, co. Nottingham ; 
and Letitia, m. to Sir Thomas Frankland, Bart. 
A&couGH, East Wetton, CO. York; and Horlon, 
Cottage, CO. Buckingham. The same with a 
crescent for diff. Ascough, co. Lincoln. 

Sa. a fess or betw, three asses pass. arg. maned 
and hoofed of the second. Askew, Askue or 
Ayscough, A very ancient family, originally 
of Grey manes, Cumberland, afterwards of New- 
castle-upon-Tyne, and now of Redheugh, co, 
Durham; and of Pallinsburn, Northumber- 
land, On the fess a mitre. William Ascough, 
Bishop of Salisbury, 1408-50 ; Add. MS. 12,443. 

Sa. a fess or betw. three asses erm. 
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FESS betw. or within... com. 
8 Beasts cont. (Bats) 
Arg. a fess beLw. three bats displ. sa. Colwich, 
Styd, and Darley Moor, co. Derby; Dugdale's 
Visitation. 
Az. a fess lietw. three bats displ. arg. Jettee, 

Bayton, F.llowe, and Lowestotf, Suffolk. 
Sa. a fess betw. three bats displ. arg. Jettee, 
of Laystolf, Suff'lk, F. 

(Bears) 

Arg. a fess gu. bdw. three bears pass. sa. 

Fynbaron. 
Arg. a fess betw. three bears pass. sa. Hudwel, 
CO. Devon. 

(Beaver) 

Or a fess az. betw. three lions ramp, in chief gu. 
and a beaver pass, in base ppr. Beaver; 
granted to Hugh Beaver, of tlie Temple, near 
Manchester. 

(Boars) 

Arg. afessbetw. tlnve hoars pass. sa. Hadeswell. 

HUDDESFIELD. HuDDESFELD, F. HUDDESWELL, 

V. HvNDFiELD. Macswike, Ireland. Mac 

SwYNY, IrelHud. 
Sa. a fess betw. three bnars pass. arg. Wildboke, 

Burghley, co. Lincoln. 
Sa. a fess betw. three boars arg. armed and bristled 

or. Welbore, CO. Cambridge; and Inner 

Temple, London. 

.... (Deer) 
Arg. a fess az. beiw. three stags standing at gaze 

gu. Robertson. 
Arg. a fess wavy betw. three stags gu. Everard, 

CO. Salop. 
Arg. a fess wavy betw. three stags pass. sa. 

llOBERTS. 

Az. H fess engr. arg. betw. three bucks tripping or. 

Green, oI Knapion, Norfolk, W. 
Az. a fess arg. fiet'y gu. beiw. three hinds cou- 

rant or. Hartgrave, BoUingbroke,co. Lincoln. 
Az. a fess arg. frelty gu. betw. tliree bucks sprin- 

ing arg. attired or. Hargrave. 
Az. a fess arg. fretty gu. betw. three stags in full 

course or attired of the second. IIargiiave, 

CO Lincoln. 
Az. a fess chequy arg. and of the first betw. three 

stags trippant or. Grhen, Edinburgh. Green, 

.lamaica. 
Az. a fess or fretty gu. betw. three hinds trippant 

arg. Hardgrave, co. Lincoln. 
Az. a fess betw. three stags courant or. 

Haroraves. 
Az. a fess betw. three bucks trippant or. Culi,ey, 

CO. Devon. 
Or a fess wavy betw. three bucks pass. sa. Roger, 

Scotland. 
Or a fess wavy betw. three bucks trippant sa. 

Rogers, Little Nesse, co. Salop; granted 15*0. 

Roberts, co. Salop. 
Or a fess betw. three hinds trippant sa. Jf^yl, 

Castle Hedinghara, and Booking, Essex, 1670. 

Rogers, V. 
P^r fess arg. and sa. a fess connterembattled and 

counterchanged betw. three bucks of the same. 

RoBOTHAM. Robert Robotham, Baskill, co. 

York, 1560, W. 
Per pale arg. and or a fess wavy gu. betw. three 

hinds trippant sa. Jekyll, Middlesex ; Her. 

Off.Exse^,c. 21. 
Per pale gu. and or a fess betw. three hinds trip- 
ping counterchanged. Gardiner, Cudsden, en. 

Oxford. Sir Thomas Gardiner, Knt. Solicitor- 
General to King Charles I.: d. Oct. 1(152. 



FESS betw. or within cont. 

8 Beasts co7if. (Deer) cont. 
Per pale neluily or and az a fess erm. fretty <;n. 
beiw. three bucks courant counterchanged. 
Hargreaves, Bank Hall, co. Lancaster. 
Per pale or and gu. a fess bt^tw. three hinds pass, 
counterchanged. Gardiner, Ivingsbury, co. 
Herts. 

Sa. a fess or betw. three stags trippant arg. 
attired of the second. Trinder, West- 
well, and Holwell, co. Oxford; granted 
10(13. 

Sa. a fess engr. betw. thr.^e bucks trippant or 
pelletty. Pledger, Boitlesham, co. Cam- 
bridge ; temp. Elizabeth. 

Vert a fess betw. three bucks in full course or. 
Robertson. Roberts, co. Worce.ster. 
(Dogs) 

Gu. a fess erm. betw. three water spaniels arg. 
each holding in the mouth a birdbolt or. 
RiGGS or Rycges, Strangle Thorpe, co. Lin- 
coln ; and Middlesex. 

Gu. a fess vair. betw. three water spaniels arg. 
each holding in the mouth a birdbolt or plumed 
arg. RiGGES, Farnham, Surrey; Southamp- 
on ; and Stanning, Sussex. 

Arg. a fess chequy or and az. betw. three talbots 
sa. Waruen, Newton, Suffolk ; granted 1589. 
John Warren, Bishop of St. Davids 1770 83, 
Bishop of Bangor 178318' 0. The Rev. John 
AVarren, LL.D. Archdeacon of Worcester, and 
Chaplain in Ordinary to George III. Quarter- 
ing second, arg. on a saltire sa. five mascles of 
the field a chief erm. for Blair ; third, az. three 
saltii-es or for Glanville. 

Arg. a fess betw. three talbots pass. sa. Gowek, 
CO. York. 

Erm. a fess chequy or and az. betw. three tal- 
bots pass. sa. Warren, Swanton, co. Glou- 
cester. 

Gu. a fess arg. fretty az. betw. three talbots 
sejant of the second. M grant, Brockenhurst 
Park, CO. Hants. 

Gu. a fess erm. betw. three talbots pass. arg. 
each having in the mouth a birdbolt or. 
Rigges (Bigges in error), Stragglethorp, co. 
Lincoln. 

Or a fess dancetty betw. three talbots pass. sa. 
Carrack. Carrick or Carrack, co. Gloucester. 
Carvick, Wyke, co. York; and Moat Mount, 
Highwood Hill, Middlesex. 

Or a fess wavy betw. three talbots questing sa. 
Allen, W. Allen, Fulso, Kent; Harl. MS. 
5802, fo. 17. 

Sa. a fess engr. betw. three talbots pass. arg. 
Allison. Another, surmounted by a bend 
sinister. Allison. 

Sa. a fess erm. betw. three talbots pass, or over 
all a sinister bendlet. Allenson, 

Sa. a fess engr. erm. betw. three talbots statant or 
over all a sinister baton. Allenson, London, 
V. 

Sa. a fess or betw. three talbots pass, (or staiant) 
arg. each carrying in the mouth a birdbolt of 
the second. Shepard, Sussex; and Mendles- 
ham, Suifolk. 

Sa. a fess engr. betw, three talbots pass, or col- 
lared gu. Allen, co. York. 
(Goats) 

Arg. afess gu. betw. three goats pass. sa. bearded 
unguled and armed or. Handi.ey, Newark, and 
Muskham Grange, co. Nottingham; Pointon 
House, CO. Lincoln ; granted 1614. 



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FESS betw. or within cont, 

3 Beastscont. (Goats j cont. 

Sa. a fess belw. three goals pass. arg. armed or. 
IvE. JuE, V. 

Sa. a fess engr. or betw. three goats pass. arg. 
Di'EK, Waters Place, co. Hertford. 
.... (Horses and Moles) 

Arg. a fess az. betw. three colts in full speed sa. 
(Jolt or Colte, Essex, V. 

Arg. a fess betw. three nags pass. sa. Culliford, 
Purbeck, co. Dorset. 

Arg. a fess betw. three colts in full speed sa. 
Colt, Colt's Hall, SufiFolk, 1587. Colt, West- 
minster; since of Leominster, co. Here- 
ford, Bart. 

Arg. a fess betw. three colts courant sa. 
CoULTHART, of Wigtown ; Colly n, co. Dumfries ; 
and borne by John Ross Coulthart, of Croft 
House, Ashton-uuder-Lyne, co. Lancaster, 
banker ; quartering Ross of Renfrew, Mack- 
nyghte of Macknyghte, Glendonyer of Glen- 
donyer, Carmichael of Carsepberne, Forbes of 
Pitscottie, Mackenzie of Craighall, and Gordon 
of Sorbie. 

Az. a fess betw. three horses in full speed 
arg. Pecke, Winchelsea and Lewes, Sus- 
sex. 

Az. a fess or betw. three horses arg. Rice ap 
Marchan. 

Erm. a fess betw. thi'ee colts in full speed sa. 
Colt, Essex. 

Gu. a fess or betw. three horses courant arg. 
RcsHS, Essex, 1005. 

Or a fess betw. three colts in full speed sa. 
Colt or Coult, Canterbury, 161.3. Carlfe, 
Kent. 

Sa. a fess betw. three horses pass. arg. Stampe 
or Stamps, London; and co. Berks. 

Sa. a fess erm. betw. three horses courant arg. 
Stamps. Stamp, Essex ; and Burford, co. 
Oxford; and Lord Mayor of London, 1C93. 
Stamp, co. Devon. 

Sa. a fess erm. betw. three colts pass. arg. 
Stamp, Cholsey, co. Berks; and Fyfield, co. 
Oxford. Stent, Fittleworih, co. Sussex. 

Sa. a fess erm. betw. three mules pass. arg. 
Stompe, CO. Berks. ; and co. Oxford. 

Vert a fess betw. three horses courant arg. 
Street, London; descended from co. Derby, W. 

Vert a fess or belw. three horses courant (or 
rather) pass. arg. Henry Streets, of Melreih ; 
7 Hen. IV; seal. Cotton 3IS. Julius F. 8, 
fo. 39. 

.... (Hounds) 

Az. a fesa arg. betw. three hounds pass. or. 
Talbot. 

Gu. a fess betw. three hounds or. Peyte. 

Arg. a fess erm. betw. three greyhounds courant 
sa. collared gu. Langhero, V. 

Or a fess betw. three greyhounds courant sa. 
Patrickson, Stockhow, Caswell-how, and Cal- 
der Abbey, Cumberland; granted 1592, by 
Cooke ; W. 

Sa. a fess arg. fretty of the field betw. three grey- 
hounds sejant of the second. Gale. GALLAYor 
Galley, Bath, co. Somerset. Gale or Galle, 
Stalbridge, co. Dorset. 

Sa. a fess or fretty az. betw. three greyhounds 
sejant of the second collared of the third. 
Gale or Galle. 

. .. .(Ibexes) 

Arg. a fess engr. belw. three ibexes pass. sa. 
Sedborough, Porloke, co. Devon, 



FESS betw. or within cont. 

3 Beasts coat. { Leopards ) 
Az. a fess erm. betw. three leopards pass. or. 

Woodcock, London; and New Timber, Sussex. 

Woodcock, Coventry. 
Az. a fess betw. three leopards or. Pole; Baron 

de laPole,Earlof Pembroke and Duke of Suffolk. 

(Lions) 

Arg. a fess voided az. betw, three demi lions 

couped gu. crowned or. Milliken, That lik. 

CO. Renfrew, Scotland. 
Az. a fess erminois betw. three demi lions ramp. 

or. CuDWORTH, Wornelh, co. Ijancaster. 
Az. a fess embattled or betw. three demi lions 

pass. arg. Coxon, Morpeth, Northumberland. 
Az. a fess engr. betw. three demi lions ramp. or. 

Symons, Whilleford, CO. Cambridge. 
Az. a fess wavy betw. three demi lions or. 

Symonds or Symons. 
Gu. a fess raguly and counter raguly betw. three 

demi lions ramp. arg. ducally crowned or. 

CoxoN. 
Or a fess betw, three demi lions pass, az, 

Catchmaid, St.Briavels. 
Arg. a fess az. betw. three lions ramp, of the 

field (?). Bykennore, Kent. 
Arg. a fess nebuly az. betw. three lions pass. sa. 

Sir Michael Alwyn, Lord Mayor of London, V. 
Arg. a fess nebuly az. betw. three lions ramp. 

guard. sa, Alwyn; Lord Mayor of London, 1499. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. three lions ramp, within a 

bordure engr. of the first (?). Thorne. 
Arg. a fess betw. three lions couchant gu. Morris. 
Arg. a fess betw. three lions dormant gu. 

Morris, V. 
Arg. a fess wavy az. betw. three lions salient sa. 

.'^LWYN, London. 
Arg. a fess betw. three lions ramp. gu. Delafors 

or Delahoyse, co. Berks. Hosse or Hossey, 

CO. Berks. Spencer. 
Arg. a fess betw. three lions ramp. gu. within a 

bordure erm.; quartering DeAnyers, DeTabley, 

Rixton, Forth, Holle, Finch, Earle, and 

Aldersey. Willis, Halsnead Park, and Hall of 

the Hill, both co. Lancaster; derived from 

Thomas Willis, a member of the Berkshire 

family of that name, who came into Lancashire 

temp. Charles IJ, and purchased estates 

there. 
Arg. a fess dancetfy betw. three lions ramp. gu. 

Benn ; Lord Mayor of London, 1747. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. three lions ramp. sa. 

Horton. Thorne, Thorne in Holsworthy, and 

Upert in Shipwash ; traceable to the reign of 

King John : the heiress of the elder line ra. 

Holland of Weare, temp. James I. Thorpe, V. 
kr%. a fess gu. betw. three lions ramp. sa. within 

a bordure engr. of the last. Saccomb alias 

Thorne, W. 
Arg. a fess dancetty gu. betw. three lions ramp. sa. 

Ben or Benne, Newport-Cranley, Surrey; 

Recorder of London. Benn; Lord Mayor of 

London, 1747. 
Arg. a fess nebuly gu. betw. three lions ramp. sa. 

Alwyn or Aylwin, of Canons in West Dean, of 

Preston in Binderton, and of Treyford, co, 

Sussex: the daus. and co-heirs were Mary 

Alwin, wife of the Hon. Charles Talbot; and 

Elizabeth, m.to Sir William Maun6ck, Bart. 
Arg, a fess sa. betw. three lions pass. gu. Quar- 
tering vert on a bend arg. three roses gu. 

seeded or barbed of the first. Codrington, 

Bridgewater, co. Somerset. 



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FESS betw. or within.... coitt. 
3 Beasts cont. (Lions) cont. 
Arg. a fess embattled sa. betw. three lions pass. 

gu. CoDiUNGTON, CodringtOD, co. Gloucester. 
Aig. a fess embattled and counter embattled ha. 

fretted or betw. three lions pass. gu. 

Cardinoton. 
Arg. a fess embattled counter-embattled sfl.fretty 

gu. betw. three lioncels pass, of the last. 

CoDMNGTON, Doddington Pal k, CO. Gloucester; 

Baronetcy 1721. 
Arg. a fess embattled counter-embattled betw. 

three lions pass. sa. Codrington ; as quartered 

by Parr of Stouelands, co. Devon. 
Arg. a fess embattled counter-embattled sa. frelty 

gu. betw. three lions pass, of the second. 

Codrington, Wroughton, co. Wilts. 
Arg. a fess sa. betw. three lions ramp. gu. Gussey, 

Woodland, co. Devon. Horsey, co. Berks. 

Heys. De la Hese, Y. John de la Heesee, X. 

John de la Hese, Y. SireJohande la Hoese, 

N. Hesy, V. Peast. 
Arg. a fess sa. fretty or betw. three lions ramp. 

gu. BUCKLAND, CO. Devou. 

Arg. a fess betw. three lions ramp. sa. Joecey j 

or Jorge. 
Arg. a fess betw. three lions ramp. sa. crowned or. 

Alway. 
Arg. a fess betw. three lions ramp. sa. tails forked. 

John Ham'ton, Y. Hamerton, co. York. 
Az. a fess betw. three lions pass. arg. Rockley, 

Kent. 
Az. a fess dancetty arg. betw. three lions pass. 

guard, of the second. Fisher. 
Az. a fess betw. three lions ramp. arg. Gras, V, 

or Grasse. Grace. 
Az. a fess arg. betw. three lions ramp. or. 

BoLi-iNGBROKE or BoLiNGSBROOKE. Sir John de 

BOLUNGSBROOK, F. BoLLINGBROKE. ThoRPE,CO. 

Leicester. Sir Hugh Thorpe, co. Leicester, V. 
Az. a fess erm. betw. three lions pass. or. Pooij;, 

Waliham, Essex; granted 1 May, 1569. Powle, 

Alford, CO. Essex. 
Az. a fess gu. betw. three lions ramp. arg. 

ROOKESBY. ROKESLY. 

Az. a fess wavy betw. three lions pass, or. 
Hawes, London; Ipswich, and Belslead, Suf- 
folk ; and Tadworth Court, Surrey ; 1623. 

Az. a fess wavy or betw. three lions pass, of the 
last armed and langued gu. Hawes or Hawys, 
London; and Walshara, Suffolk; temp. 
Edward III. Haweis, Treworgy, and Kelliow, 
Cornwall; originally from Suffolk. 

Az. a fess betw. three lions pass, guard, or. 
TuoRNE, St. Albans, co. Herts. 

Az. a fess dancetty betw. three lions pass, 
guard, or. Fisher, co. Bedford ; and 
London. 

Az. a fess betw. three lions ramp. or. 
Grace. 

Az. a fess dancetty betw. three lions ramp. or. 
Ford, Middlesex. Fourdes, Middlesex, V. 

ROCHFORD. ROCHESFORD, V. RosTHEFORD, 

London. 
Az. a fess embattled betw. three lions ramp. or. 

Hurtle, Wolverley, co. Worcester. 
Az. a fess indented betw. three lions ramp. or. 

FORDE. ROCHESTORD Or RoCHESFORD. 

Erm. a fess engr. arg. betw. three lions ramp, 
ppr. Hase. 

Erm> a fess engr. or betw. three lions ramp. ppr. 
Hays. Hase, Great Mellon, Norfolk ; granted 
1750. Quartering az. two combs in fess betw. 



FESS betw. or witMn .... cont. 
3 Beasts cont. (Lions ) cont. 

a broken lance barways or one piece in chief 

the head respecting the dexter side the other 

half towards the dexter base point for Lombe. 
Gu. a fess embattled betw. three lions pass, guard. 

arg. Syi,eur, co. Buckingham ; and Morton, 

CO. Liucoln. 
Gu. a fess betw. three lions ramp. arg. crowned 

or. Symeon. 
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. betw. three lions 

ramp. or. Stewart, Fort Stewart, co. Donegal ; 

Bart. 
Gu. a fess or betw. three lions pass. arg. Symion, 

V. 
Gu. a fess or betw. three lions ramp. arg. M. 

Robert Symeon, S. 
Gu a fess or betw. three lions ramp. arg. crowned 

az. Symeon or Symyon. 
Gu. a fess betw. three lions ramp. or. Young, 

Northumberland. 
Gu. a fess potent counterpotent gu. and or 

betw. three lions pass, guard, of the third. 

Sylver. 
Gu. a fess potent counterpotent betw. three lions 

pass, guard or. Silver, Winchester. 
Gu. a fess wavy betw. three lions ramp, or, allowed 

as an escutcheon of pretence, to Hyde of Den- 

ton, in the Visitation of 166i. Crompton, 

Cromptnn, co. Lancaster. Crompton, DriflStld, 

CO. Y'oik ; represented by Lord Lyttleton. 

Crompton, Hacking Hall, and Breightmet, co. 

Lancaster ; represented in the female line 

by Ormerod of Tyldesley. Crompton, co. 

Salop. 
Or a fess az. betw. three lions guard, sejant ppr. 

Lewes; temp. Eliz. ; Harl. MS. 1042, fo. 79. 
Or a fess az. betw. three lions ramp, in chief gu. 

and a beaver pass, in base ppr. Beaver; 

granted 10 Hugh Beaver, of the Temple, near 

Manchester. 
Or a fess chequy arg. and az. betw. three lions 

ramp. gu. Stewart. 
Or a fess chequy arg. and az. betw. three lions 

pass. sa. Gardiner, Earl of Blessington. 

Quartering, or a griflSii pass. az. on a chief sa. 

three pheon's heads arg. 
Or a fess betw. three lions ramp. gu. Bannerton, 

Kenton, co. Salop. 
Or a fess embattled betw. three lions ramp. sa. 

Spice R. 
Per fess arg. and erpi. a fess counterchanged 

three lions ramp. or. Danyell or Daniell. 
Per pale az. and gu. a fess dancetty betw. three 

lions ramp. or. Rons or Rowse, co. Gloucester. 
Sa. a fess dancetty arg. billetty of the field betw. 

three lions pass, guard, of the second. Smyth, 

Essex. 
Si. a fess dancetty arg. billetty beiw, three lion- 
cels ramp, guard, of the second each supporting 

an altar or flaming ppr. Bowyer-Smijth, 

Hill Hall, Essex; Baronetcy, ]6(il. Quarter- 
ing or a bend vuir cotised gn. for Bowyer. 
Sa. a fess betw. three lions ramp. or. Palmer, 

Harilip, Kent; granted 19 Elizabeth. 
Sa. a fess crenel ly betw, three lions ramp. or. 

Spycer, Knapton, co. Warwick ; granted 

1591, W. 

....(Moles) 
Arg. a fess sa. betw. three moles ppr. Mitford, 

Mitford, Northumberland. Mitford, Exbury, 

CO Han's ; and Newton Park, Northumberland. 

Mitford, Piits Hill, Sussex. 



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FESS betw. or within cont. 

3 Beasts cont. (Moles) cont. 
Ar^. a (ess betw. three moles sa. Midford. 

MiTFOiiD, Baron Reilesdale. 
Arj,'. ft fess betw. three moles sa. feet and snout 

of the first. Medpath. 
Vert a fess or b^tw. three moles sa. Hubersted, 

Westmoreland, and co. York. 

( Otters ) 

Arc;, a fess betw. three otters sa. Lottkell, 

Four Oaks, co. Warwick, 
Arg. a fess sa. betw. three otters of the last in 

each month a fish ppr. Luttreix, Lutirels- 

towD, Ireland. 

(Oxen) 

Arg. a fess gti. betw. three calves sa. Cai.veley, 

Calveley, co. Chester; the heiress m. temp. 

Edward IIT. into the Davenport family. Sir 

Hengh de Calv'ley, S. Calvei.ey, Lv^a, co. 

Chester. 
Arg. a fess gn. betw. three calves pass. sa. 

Calvebev, Calverley, CO. Devon. 
Arg. a fess gn. betw. three calves sa. a crescent or 

for diff. M. Jolin de CoLViLE, S. 
Arg. a fess gu b^tw. three calves sa. a mullet oi 

for dift". M. Hue de Colvile, S. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. three oxen sa. Oxley, 

Ripon, CO. York. Oxnam, St. Newlyn, and 

Penzance, Cornwall, 
Are. a fess embattled sa. betw. three oxen.... 

Oxenbam. 

(Rabbits) 

Arg. a fess betw. three conies pass. sa. Conney, 

Bassingthorp, co. Lincoln. 
Gu.afess betw. three conies arg. Laxton, London. 

.... (Rats ) 
Erm.afess engr. betw. three rats(? weasels) pass. 

gu, John IsLiP, Abbot of Westminster; 

Vetusta Monumenta, W, pi. 10-20, 

(Sheep) 

Per pale gu. and vert a fess indented erminois 

betw. three lambs pass, arg. Pease, London ; 

granted 1763. 
Sa. a fess betw. three lambs pass. arg. Lambton, 

Earl of Durham. Quartering, second, arg. a 

fess gn. betw. three popinjays vert collared of 

the second for Lumley; third, arg. an ines- 

cutclieon sa. within an orle of cinqaefnils gu. 

for Hedworth ; fourth, arg. three cinquefoils 

gu. for D'Arcy. 
Sa. a fess betw. three lambs statant arg. 

Lambton, co. York, V. 

.... (Squirrels) 
Arg. a fess betw. tliree squirrels sejant sa. 

Chambers, Boxley, co. York. 
Az. a fess betw. three squirrels arg, cracking nuts 

or within a bordure engr. of the second. 

SXOCKWOOD. 

Sa. a fess or betw. three squirrels sejant arg. 

Hervey, Cornwall ; and co. Somerset. Harvey. 

Uarvye, Brockley. co. Somerset. 
.... (Tigers) 
Sa. a fess betw, three tigers pass, or. Stone, 

London ; and Cliff, Suffolk, W. 

(Urchins) 

Arg. a fess betw. three hedgehogs sa. Metford, V. 
Az. a fess betw. three hedgehogs org. Herys, 

Harris or Heris, Scotland. 
Az. a fess betw. three urcliins arg. Heriz, alias 

Smith, Wilhcock, co, Leicester ; temp. 

Henry VII. Heriz, South Wingfield, co. 

Derby ; and Gonalston, co. Nottingham ; 27 

Edw. I. Another or. Heriz. 



FESS betw. or within.. ..cont. 
3 Beasts cont. (Urchins) cont. 
Gu. a fess betw. three hedgehogs arg. Sir Rauf 
Ci-axton, V. Clayton. Mainstone, co. Here- 
ford. 

("Weasels) 

Erm. a fess engr. betw. three weasels gu, Wm, 

ISLEP, Q. 
Sa. a fess t-rra. betw. three weasels courant arg, 
Britvvesill. 

(Wolves) 

Arg. a fess sa. (another gu.) betw. three wolves 

pass. gu. HORTON, 

Arg, a fess engr, betw, three wolves pass. sa. 

Sai-ford. 

4 Beasts ( Deer) 

Per pale or and gu, a fess betw. four hinds frip- 

pant all counterchanged, Gardiner, Lon. 

don. 

.. ..(Lions) 
Quarterly first and fourth quarterly, gu. and or a 

fess betw, four lions pass, guard, all countei- 

changed; second and third sa. on a fess betw. 

a lion ramp, in chief arg, and a fleur-de-lis in 

base or three snakes interlaced ppr. Edwards, 

Garth, co. Montgomery, Bart. 

6 Beasts (Lions ) 

Az. a fess gu. betw. six lions ramp. arg. Marner, 
Rokesley, Rocki.ey or Rokesiey, Kent. S:re 
Richard de Rokesle, N. Rokefield or 
Rotfield, Kent, 

Or a fess ^u. betw. six linns arg. three two and 
one, RoKEi.Lo; Harl. MS. bVdT. 

7 Beasts (Lions) 

Az. a fess or betw. seven lions ramp. arg. 

Rokefield or Rotfield, Kent. 
11 Beasts. . . .(Goats) 
Gu. a fess embattled betw. eleven goats arg, 

four four two and one. Dreeland, Kent, 
BeUs 
Az. a fess chequy arg. and sa. betw. three bells 

in chief or and a serpent vert as a crescent in 

base of the second. Bell, Leith, 
Az. a fess betw, three church liells or. Bell, 
Az. a fess engr, betw, three bells or. Bell, 

Jamaica, 
Gu, a fess erm, betw. three church bells arg. 

Bell, 
Sa. a fess barry wavy of six arg. and az. betw. 

three hawk's bells of the second. Bhlford. 

V. Belforde; Harl. MS. 1380, fo. 04. 
Sa.a fess erm. betw. three church bells arg. Bell, 

Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, died 

1577. Bell, Wolsington, Northumberland. 
Sa. a fess erm. betw. three church bells or. 

Bell, 
Bends 
Quarterly erm. and arg. a fess gu. in the second 

and third quarters a bend of the third, Isely 

or Islet. 
3 Billets 
Arg. a fess dancefty betw. three billets pu. 

De la Laund. Sir Thomas De la Laund, V. 
Arg. a fess vnir or and gu. betw. three billets of 

the last, Harlowe, V. Marlowe, 
Az. a fess chequy or and si. betw. three billets 

and six crosses crosslet fitrhy of the second. 

Lees, Blackrock, Dublin; Baronetcy 18ii4. 
Or a fess wavy gu. betw. tliree billets sa, 

Stanford, V. 
6 Billets 
Arg. a fess chequy az. and of the first l.etw. six 

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F£SB betw. or within.... cont. 

6 Billets cunt. 

Arg. a less countercompony az. and or b^tw. six 
billets sa. all within a bordure engr. gu. Lee, 
CO. Devon ; and London. 

Arg. a fess betw. six billets gu. Allworth, 
CO. Devon. Aylwoeth. Eumingloo, V. 

Arg. a fess danceity betw. six billets gu. 
Delaland, Pinchbeck, co. Lincoln, 

Arg. a fess engr. betw. six billets gu. Aylworth, 
CO. Devon; co. Gloucester; and Kent. 
Aylwobth, V. 

Arg. a fess betw. six billets sa. Skyrme. 

Arg. a fess wavy betw. six billets sa. 
DowDESWELi,, CO. Gloticester; co. Oxford; 
and CO. Worcester. Dowdeswell, Hare Street, 
Es-ex. 

Az. a fess betw. six billets or. Pyenues, V. 

Gu. a fess betw. six billets arg. Styvekey, V. 

Gu, a fess wavy betw. six billets arg. Chape, 
Chappe or Chappes, Norfolk. Chappe, V. 

Gu, a fess arg. betw. six hillets or, Lovayne, 

Gu.a fess nebuly or betw, six billets arg. Chaplin. 

Gu. a fess betw. six billets or. May, Essex. 
Sr. John Beauchamp,!. John de Beauchampe, 
Holt, Essex; First Baron of Kidderminster, 
1388; extinct immediately. Beauchamp, F, 
Beauchamp or Beacham, co, Salop; co. Wor- 
cester; glass in Worcester Cathedral, Thovias, 
p. 11. Lovayne. 

Gil. a fess betw. six billets or a canton erm. John 
Beauchamp. of Powyke, co. Gloucester, W ; 
granted b} Cooke. 

Gu. a fess sa, (?) betw. six billets arg. Philip 
Repington, Bishop of Lincoln, 1405-19. 

Gu. a fess vair betw. six billets or. Harlow, 
Gruy's Inn, London ; and Preston, co. North- 
ampton ; granted lfi'29. 

Or a fess dancetty betw. six billets ermine. 
Perkins, Up' on Court, co, Berks. Perkins, 
'feddington, Middlesex. 

Or a fess WHvy bttw. six billets sa. Dowdeswell, 
CO. Gloucester; Kingham, co. OxfL-rd; and 
Pull Court, CO. Worcester. 

7 Billets 

Gu. a fess betw. seven billets arg. four and three. 

Lovayne or Loveyne. 
Gu. a fess arg. betw. seven billets or four and 

three, Loveyne. 
Gu.a fess vair betw. seven billets or. DeKyele.F. 

8 Billets 

Aig. a fess dancetty betw. eight billets or (?). 
Dayncouet. Another sa. Sir William 
Dayncourt, L. 

Gu. a fess chequy or and &z. betw. eight billets 
arg, Lee, V. 

Gu, a fess corapony or and az. betw. eight billets 
arg. Lee, Coton, and Langley, co. Salop ; 
descended from Richard Lee, High Sheiiffof 
Sbropsiiire, in 1479. 

Gu a fess or betw, eight billets arg. May, Oxney, 
near Dover. 

Gu. a fess betw, eight billets or. May, Breamore, 
CO. Hants. May, Rawmere, Sussex ; descended 
from John May of Rawmere, younger brother 
of Sir Humphrey May, Master of the Rolls in 
1C29, and son of Richard May, citizen of Lon- 
don : Anne, dau, and heir of ChrisiopherMay, 
m. William Bndiiax, of Godmershara, Kent, 
and had a son, Thomas Brodnax, who 
took the name of May by Act of Parlia- 
ment, in 17^8, May, London; and Pashky, 
Sussex. 



FESS betw, or within, .. ,cMit, 

8 Billets cant. 

Gu.a fess danceity betw. eight billets or four and 
four. Brett, co. Leicester. 

Or a fess indented ermines betw. eight billets of 
the same. Perkins, V. 

Sa. a fess countercompony or and gu. betw. 
eight billets of the second. Lee-Warner, 
Wiilsingliam Albey, Norfolk; granted 20 Nov. 
JfitJCi; Docquets of Bysshc's Grants, fol. 19; 
and Visitation of Kent, d. 18, fol. 179, College 
of Arms. Quartering, second quarterly, first 
and fourth pt-r pale indented arg. and sa. ; 
second and third, az. fleur-de-lis or differenced 
by a crescent; tliird, vert a cross engr. arg. 

Sa. a fess indented erm. betw. eight billets 
arg. Harbe or Haebey, Ashby, co. North- 
ampton. 

9 BiUets 

Az. a fess dancetty betw. nine billets or three 

two three and one. Deyncourt, 
Gu. a fess dancetty betw. nine billets arg. four 

above and five below, Hekdby, F, 
Gu, a fess chequy aig. and sa. betw. nine billets 

three two three and one of the second. Lees, 

Scotland. 
Gu. a fess betw. nine billets or five and four. 

Sir John Beauchamp, co. Warwick, L. 
Or a fess wavy gu. betw. nine billets sa. 

Stanford. 

10 Billets 

Arg. a fess dancetty betw. ten billets ermines 

four three two and one. Perkins, co. Lincoln. 
Arg. a fess betw, ten billets gu. Lovayn. 
Arg. a fess dancetty betw, ten billets gu. 

Delalaunde, North Wilham Church, co. 

Lincoln; Arch. Jour, ii, 87. 
Arg, a fess dancetty betw, ten billets sa. 

Deyncourt, V. M. John Deyncourt, S. 
Az, a fess dancetty betw, ten billets or, 

Dayncouet, V. Deyncourt, co. York, F. Le 

S. de Deyncouete, S. 
Az. a fess danceity betw, ten billets four and six 

or. The Right Hon. Charles Tennyson 

D'Eyncourt, of Usselby Hall, co, Lincoln ; 

confirmed by Garter, Sept, 1835, Quartering 

gu, three leopard's faces or jessant fleur-de lis 

BZ. over all a bend of the last for Tennyson, 
Az. (? Arg.) a fess dancetty betw, ten billets sa. 

Deincourt, Essex ; Shaw, Staffordshire. 
Gu. a fess betw, ten billets arg. Britby. 
Gu. a fess dancetty betw. ten billets arg. three 

two three and two, Herdby or Heedeby. 
Gu. a fess dancetty arg. betw. ten billets of the 

last four in chief and three two and one in 

base. HoEDEBY. 
Gu. a fess indented betw. ten billets arg. Britby. 
Gu. a fess arg. betw, ten billets or, Luveine or 

LovAiNE, Eystaines, Essex ; temp. Henry 1 II, 

Louvain, Z, 212, 240, 385. 
Gu. a fess dancetty arg. betw. ten billets or. 

Brette, V. 
Gu. a fess chequy betw. ten billets arg. four in chief, 

and (?six) in base. Lee, Stoke Newingtou, 

Middlesex. 
Gu. a fess countercompony arg. and purp. betw. 

ten billets four three two and one .... Forest. 
Gu. a fess countercompony or and az. betw. ten 

billets arg. four three two and one. Ley, 

Leye or Lye, co. Salop. 
Gu. a fess erm. betw. ten billets arg. four three 

and three. Harby, Atweston, co. North- 
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FESS betw. or witMn cont. 

10 Billets cont. 

Gu. a fesa dancetty erm. betw, ten billets arg. 
four in chief andsix in base. HARBY,Aldenbara, 
CO. Herts; Adston, and Astley, co. North- 
ampton. 

Gu. a fera betw. ten billets or three two three 
and two. Lovaine, Essex. 

On. a fess dancetty betw. ten billets or four in 
chief and three two and one in base. Brett, 
Wapinthorne, Essex. 

Gu. a fess indented betw. ten billets or. Brett, 
CO. Leicester. 

Or a fess dancetiy betw. ten billets sa. Deincoubt, 
Sprotborough Churrh, co. York. 

Or a fess dancetty betw. ten billets ermines four 
three two and one. Perkins, co. Lincoln. 

12 Billets 

Gu. a fess dancetty arg. betw. twelve billets or. 
Brett, co. Leicester. 

13 Billets 

Arg. a fess dancetty betw. thirteen billets sa. 

four three three two and one. Df.yncourt. 
Az. a fess dancetty betw. thirteen billets or four 

three three two and one. Eincourt. 
Gu. a fess countercorapony or and arg. betw. 

tliirteen billets seven in chief and six in base 

of the last. Lee, Langley, co. Salop. 

14 BUlets 

Gu. a fess arg. betw. fourteen billets or four 
three four and three. Lovaine. 

1 Bird (Crane) 

Gu. a fess betw. three bezants in chief and a 
crane in base. . . . Fennison, Edinburgh. 
....(Eagle) 
Gu. a fess betw. an eagle displ. in chief and three 
escallops in base arg. Bandenell, Nether- 
bury. 
Or a fess sa. betw. an eagle displ. in chief and a 
deer's head cabossed in base gu. M'Fell, 
Scotland. Feld or Fell. 
Or a fess sa. betw. an eagle displ. in chief of the 
last and n deer's head cabossed in base gu. 
M'Phaill, M'Feix, or M'Faill, Scotland. 
Or a fess betw. an eagle displ. with two necks in 
chief and a stag's head cabossed in base sa. 
Feld, Pagen Hall, co. Somerset. 
.... (Martlet) 
Arg. a fess sa. in chief two ogresses in base a 
martlet of the second. Leigh, Clinkford 
( ? Chingford), Essex. Lee or Leigh, Lord 
Mayor of London, 16U2, co. Salop; and 
Bilsley, co. Warwick; granted 1593. 
Arg. a stag gu. attired or issuing from a fess 
wreathed az. and of the third in base a 
martlet sa. M'Coequodill, Scotland; granted 
1780. 

. ...(Pelican') 
Arg. a fess gu. in chief a pelican vulning herself in 
base five mullets three andtwo. . . . Woodcock. 
. . . . ( Pigeon ) 
Gu. a fess betw. a mullet in chief and a dove or 
holding in the beak a sprig of laurel vert. 
Walker. 

2 Birds (Eagles) 

Arg. a fess az. betw. two eagles displ. in chief 
and in base through an annulet gu. a slip of 
olive and another of palm in saltire ppr. 
Kennaway, Escot, CO. Devon ; Baronetcy, 
1791. 
Or a fess sa. betw. two eagles displ. in chief and 
a stag's head cabossed in base gu. M'Fall, 
Scotland. 



FESS betw. or within.... cont. 
2 Birds cont. (Eagles) cont. 
Or a fess dancetty betw. two eagles displ. in chief 
sa. and a lion pass, guard, in base gu. Vavazor, 
Wisbeach, in the Isle of Ely ; granted ITti'i. 
Sa. a fess dancetty erm. betw. two eagles displ. 
arg. Osmond. With a crescent for ditf. 
Osmond, Exeter. 

.... (Falcons) 
Gu. a fess vair betw. two falcons volant in chief 
and a dolphin embowed in base all arg. within 
a bordiire engr. of the last. Fisher, alias 
Hawkins, ci>. Warwick. 
Per fess or and gu. a fess dovetail per fess em- 
battled betw. two falcons belled in chief and a 
lion ramp, in base all counterchanged. Lees, 
Werneth, Oldham, co. Lancaster. 
.... (Martlets) 
Arg. a fess betw. two martlets in chief and a 
crescent in base or. Thomas Cooper or 
CowpER, Bishcp of Lincoln, 1571-84; after- 
wards of Winchester. MS. B. M. Add. J 2,443. 
Arg. a fess or betw. two martlets in chief and a 

Catherine-wheel in base arg. Harvie. 
Per pale vert and gu. a fess dancetty erm. betw. 
a lion pass, and two martlets or. Somer. 
3 Birds 
.... a fess .... betw. three birds .... Seal of Ber- 
tram de Lomelye or Luhley of Ravens- 
holme; 5Hen. VIL 
Arg. a fess betw. three birds brown. Hobbye ; 

Harl. MS. 1404, fo. 144. 
Arg. a fess az. betw. three birds volant gu. 

Trewincan. 
Arg. five fusils in fess az. betw. three birds sa. 

Wycijff, V. 
Arc a fess lozengy az. betw. three birds sa. 

Wycliff. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. three birds sa. beaked and 

legged of the second. Feamlikgham. 
Arg. a fess betw. three birds sa. Combeem. 

Matthew. Rokeston. 
Az. a fess betw. three birds arg. Writh. 
Az. a fess betw. three birds arg. within a bordure 

or. Weythe, V. 
Gu. a fess betw. three birds arg. Bagesover, 

CO. Salop. Namaduke. 
Or a fess humetty gu. betw. three birds with 
wings expanded sa. Percy, Shaftesbury, 
Bushton, and Mansion, co. Dorset. 
Per pale arg. and sa. a fess nebuly betw. three 
birds close counterchanged. Reade, Mytton, 
CO. Gloucester. 
Sa. a fess arg. betw. three birds of the second. 

Page, Eardshaw, co. Chester. 
Sa. a fess betw. three birds arg. beaked and 
legged gu. Page, V. 

(Blackbirds) 

Arg. a fess gu. betw. three blackbirds within a 

bordure of the second. Allison, described in 

the Visitations as having been settled for five 

generations at Yardsley Hall, co. Cambridge. 

.... (Bastards) 

Arg. a fess betw. three bustards gu. Bustard. 

Az. a fess chequy or and sa. betw. three seapies 

arg. Sawyer, Heywood, co. Beiks. 
Az. a fess compony or and sa. lietw. three seapies 
arg. Sawyer, co. Cambridge; and Causton, 
CO. Norfolk. 

. . . . ( Choughs and Crows) 
Arg. a fess az. betw. three Cornish choughs sa. 
two in chief pecking and one in base rising. 
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FESS betw. or -mthin .... cont. 
3 Birds cont. { Choughs, Crows, etc. ) cont. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. three Cornish choughs ppr. 

Farmingham or Frammngham, Suffolk. 

Fremingham. Framyngham, Suffolk, 1584. 

Framingham, Norfolk, V. Oneslow. 
Arg. a fess dancetty pu. betw. three Cornish 

choushs rising ppr. Thomas. 
Arg. a fess embattled counterembattled gn. betw. 

three Cornish choughs sa. beaked and legged 

az. Callecote, V, 
Arg. a fess sa. betw. three Cornish choughs ppr. 

Faringham. Sawbi.e. 
Arg. a fess dancetty sa. betw. three Cornish 

choughs ppr. Thomas, Bromley, Kent; 

origitially of Branton, Cumberlatid. Thomas, 

Selling, Kent; confirmed 17 June, 1622. 
Arg. a fess betw. three Cornish choughs sa. 

Tregeare or Teegere, Cornwall. 
Erminois a fess wavy az. betw. three Cornish 

choughs ppr. Gambier. 
Or a fess dancetty sa. betw, three Cornish 

choughs. John Thomas, Bishop of Rochester, 

177493. 
Or a fess indented sa. betw. three Cornish choughs 

ppr. Thomas, Clifford's Inn ; granted July, 

1609. 
Per pale arg. and sa. a fess nebuly betw. three 

Cornish choughs counterchanged. Rede. 
Arg. a fess betw. three cr()ws sa. Tregonan. 
Gu. a fess erm. betw. three crows arg. Crawfued, 

Cloverhill, Scotland. 
Arg. a fess couped .... betw. three ravens rising 

ppr. Pierce, F. 
Arg. a fess lozengy az. betw. three ravens sa. 

Wycliff, V. 
Arg. a fess crenelly gu. betw. three ravens sa. 

Caldecot. 
Arg. a fess humetty gu. betw. three ravens rising 

sa. Peiroe, London. 
Arg. a fess wavy sa. betw. three ravens ppr. 

Nicolas. 
Arg. a fess betw, three ravens sa. Faringham. 

OsMUNDEELEY or OsMOTHERLEY, Langrigg, 

Cumberland; settled in the parish of Bromfield 

as early as the reign of Edward I, and possessed 

of Langrigg since the time of Richard II, The 

estate sold in 17:15. Rokesdon, V. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. three rooks sa. Rokisden, 

or ROOKESDON. 

Arg. a fess counterflory gu. betw. three rooks sa. 

RoKES, CO. Bedford. 
Arg. a fess sa. betw. three rooks ppr. Rookes, 

Roydes Hall, West Riding, co. York ; descended 

from Richard Rookes, of the same place, living 

temp. Henry VII. 
Arg. a fess betw. three rooks sa. Rokesdon. 

. . . . ( Cocks and Hens ) 
Arg. a fess cheqtiy az. and of the first betw. three 

cocks gu. CocKBijRN. Ormistoun, Scotland. 
Arg. a fess betw. three cocks gu. Loveney, F. 
Arg. a fess betw. three hens sa. Ayloft. 
Erm. a fess betw. three cocks gu. Laoriston. 
Sa. a fess betw. three cocks arg. Badcock, St. 

Winow, Cornwall. 

(Coots) 

Arg. a fess betw. three coots sa. Coote, co. 

Lincoln, V. Coote, Essex; and Norfolk. 
Sa. a fess or betw. three coots arg. membered gu. 

Wyberne, Kent; and Suffolk. 
....(Curlews) 
Az. a fess dancetty betw. three curlews or 

SOOGAN. 



FESS betw. or within cont. 

3 Birds cont. ( Doves and Pigeons ) 

Arg. a fess vairy or and az. betw. three doves ppr. 
bearing in their beaks a branch vert. Btjckle. 
CO. Warwick. 

Az. a fess arg. betw. three doves of the last 
beaked and legged gu. DovEY,Farmcot,co. Salop, 

Az. a fess engr. betw. three pigeons each having 
in the beak a cross formy fitchy all or. Port 
or Porte, Etwall, co. Derby j Sir John Port, 
of Etwall, son of Sir John Port, Judge of the 
King's Bench, by his wife, the heiress of 
Fitzherbert of Etwall, left three daus. his co- 
heirs — Elizabeth, m. to Sir Thomas Gerard, of 
Bryn, Sheriff of co. Lancasterin 1558 ; Dorothy, 
m. to George, fourth Earl of Huntingdon ; and 
Margaret, m. to Sir Thomas Stanhope of Shel- 
ford, Knt. M.P. 

Az. a fess indented betw. three pigeons or. 
Pargiter, Barking, Essex; London; and 
Chipping Norton, co. Oxford. 

Gu. a fess betw. threedoves arg. Fixz Marmaduke, 
CO. Stafford. 

Gu. a fess betw. three pigeons arg. Bidlake, 
Bidlake, in Bridestowe, co. Devon ; settled 
tliere in 1454; the co-heirs m. Herring and 
Hiern. Lumley, Harbling, co. Lincoln. 

Gu. a fess betw. three ring-doves arg. beaked 
legged and collared or. Marmaduke. 

Gu. a fess engr. erm. betw. three doves arg. 
beaked and membered of the field all within a 
bordure engr. of the second. Page, Surrey. 

Gu. a fess betw. three doves or. Dowdal. 

Gu. a fess vairy or and az. betw. three doves of 
the second. Parmiger, Kent; and co. Hants; 
Visitation of the latter county, 1634. 

Sa. a fess betw. three doves arg. within a bordure 
engr. erm. Page, Easlhatch, co. Wilts. 

Sa. a fess betw. three doves, arg. beaked and 
armed gu. Page, East Sheen, Surrey. 

Sa. a fess betw. three doves arg. membered gu. 
Page ; granted 1 Feb. 1530. 

Sa. a fess dancetty erm. betw. three doves arg. 
Dow, London. 

Sa. a fess dancetty erm. betw. three doves close 
arg. beaked and legged gu. Dove, East 
Bransboth, Suffolk. 

Sa. a fess daucetty .... betw, three doves ppr. 
Wheler, Colchester; and co. Lincoln. 

Vert a fess .... betw. three doves wings ex- 
panded .... Peace. 

Vert a fess or fretty gu. betw. three doves arg. 
membered of the tbiid. Burges. 

.... (Ducks, Drakes, Shel- 
drakes, etc.) 

Arg. a fess gn. betw. three ducks az. Caethew. 

Arg. a fess gu. fretty or betw. three ducks sa. 
Hankikson, Middlesex. 

Arg. a fess betw. three mullets in chief and as 
many ducks in base all sa. Greenwood, 
Norwich, and co. York ; 1594. 

Gu. a fess betw. three drakes arg. Phillip ap 
Rhys. 

Sa. a fess erm. betw. three ducks arg. Malfoed. 

Arg. a fess .... betw. three sheldrakes ppr. 
Sheldeake. 

Arg. on a fess betw. three sheldrakes vert a five 
foil arg. for diff. Drax. 

Az. a fess erminois betw. three sheldrakes ppr. 
Jackson. Quartei'ing sa. a saltire arg. that of 
Duckett. Duckett, Corsham, co. Wilts; 
Baronetcy 1791 ; since also of Roydon, Essex ; 
and Hartham, co. Wilts. 

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FESS betw. or within .... cont. 
3 Birds cont. (Ducks, etc.) cont, 

Gu. a fess beiw. three sbeldrBkes arg. Earle, 
CO. Lincoln ; granted 1558. Jackson, Hickle- 
ton, CO. York ; descended frbm Sir John Jack- 
son, Knt. temp. Elizabeth, whose grand- 
son, John Jackson, was created Baronet 
1000. 

Gu. a fess or betw. three sheldrakes arg. Heuli;. 
Herle, CO. Devon, V; quartered by Hastings, 
Earl of Huntingdon. 

Sa. a fess arg. betw. three sheldrakes ppr. 
Sheldon, formerly of Rowley Regis, co. Staf- 
ford ; CO. Warwick ; and Beoly, co. Worcester ; 
now of Brailes House, co. Warwick. 

Arg. a fess gu. betw. three shovellers ppr. 
Herle. Herle, Prideux, Cornwall ; originally 
of West Herle, Northumberland. Herle or 
Hearle, Penryn, in Trelissock, Cornwall. 

Gu. a fess betw. three shovellers arg. Herle, 
Welford, co. Northampton. Jackson, New- 
castleon-Tyne, Northumberland. Jackson 
Bishop of Oxford, 1812. 

Gu. a fess betw. three shovellers tufted on the 
head and breast arg. each charged with a tre- 
foil slipped vert. jACKSON.Fork Hill, CO. Armagh, 
and Beach Hill, Surrey, Bart. 

Sa. a fess or betw. three shovellers arg. Herle, 
Grammond, Cornwall. 

Sa. a fess betw. three teals arg.membered gu. Yeo. 
.... (Eagles) 

Arg. a fess countercompony or and gu. betw. 
three eagles displ. sa. Kenworthy. 

Arg. a fess indented ermines betw. three eagles 
displ. gu. Datmer. 

Arg, a fess dancetty ermines betw. three eagles 
vert. Quarles. 

Arg. a fess dancetty gu. betw. three eagles displ. 
az. all within abordure engr. sa. M'Cormick, 
Ireland. 

Arg. a fess betw. three eagles displ. gu, 
PZlingham, Elyngham,F. Kennaway, Leedes 
CO. York, 

Arg. a fess betw, three eagles displ. with two 
heads gu, Frances, W. 

Arg. a fess dancetty betw. three eagles displ. gu. 
Carnick. 

Arg. a fess indented betw. three eagles displ. gu. 
CoNNOCK, Treworek and Treworgy, Cornwall. 

Arg. a fess gu. betw, three eagles close sa. Leids. 

Arg. a fess gu, betw, three eagles displ. sa. 
Bagecroft. Clynam. M. William de 
Clivam, S. Elingham, Norfolk, F; Elmham, 
Norfolk; Thomas Elmham, Y. Elyman or 
Ellingham, V. Flintarne. Leedes or 
Leeds, co. Berks; Croxton, co. Cambridge; 
Molscroft, CO. Lincoln ; Lincoln's Inn, Middle- 
sex ; and North Milford, co, York, M, Roger 
Ledge, S. Leddes, F. Manston. Maston. 

Arg. a fess gu. betw, three eagles displ. sa. armed 
of the second. Eungham or Elinham. 
Leeds, Kent; and Leeds, co, York. 

Arg. a fess gu, betw. three eagles displ. sa. a bor- 
dure wavy of the second. Leeds, Croxton 
Park, CO. Cambridge ; Baronetcy 1812. 
Scrape v, Grosvenor, 205. 

Arg, a fess dancetty gu, betw. three eagles displ, 
sa. Newman, Eastwood, Essex, 

Arg. a fess nebuly gu. betw. three eagles displ. sa 
armed of the second, Cudmore or CroNoR, 
Kelvedon, Essex, and Suffolk, Cudmoue, W. 
Arg. a fess sa. bet«', three eagles displ. gu. 
Leeds, 



FESS betw. or within cotit. 

3 Birds cont. ( Eagles ) cont. 
Arg. a fess betw, three eagles displ. sa. 

Bekewell, F, Berkwell. Bettwell. 

Elingham, Norfolk, Elmham, Norfolk. 
Arg, a fess dancetty betw, three eagles displ. 

sa. Kinge. 
Arg. a fess vairy or and az. betw, three eagles 

displ. gu. Kynansley. 
Arg. a fess va'ry or and gu, betw, three eagles 

displ. of the last. Kinardsley, Brailsford, 

CO. Derby; Visitation IQll ; W. Kynardesley. 
Arg. a fess vairy or and gu. betw. three eagles 

displ. sa. Kynardesley, Braylford, co. Derby ; 

CO, Somerset; co, Stafford; and Ward-End, 

CO, Warwick, 
Az. a fess indented betw. three eagles displ. arg. 

Walter, London ; and Ludlow, co. Salop ; co. 

Worcester, 
Az, a fess dancetty arg, betw. three eagles displ. 

or. Walters. 
Az. a fess engr. erm. betw. three eagles displ. arg. 

Margaret, V. 
Az, a fess embattled erm. betw. three eagles close 

or. Child, Langley-Bury, co. Hertford. 
Az. a fess engr. erm. betw. three eagles displ, or. 

Croke, V. Crooke. Crowke. Croker. 
Az. a fess or betw. three eagles displ, arg. gutty 

gu. Felde, V. 
Az. a fess indented or betw. three eagles displ. 

arg. Walter, Sarsden, co. Oxford ; and co. 

Warwick. 
Az, a fess engr, betw, three eagles close holding 

in the beak a cross patty fitchy all or. Port. 
Gu. a fess betw, three eagles displ, arg. 

Eungham. 
Gu. a fess chequy or and az. betw. three eagles 

displ. arg, Kendall, Alestree, co. Warwick. 
Gu. a fess chequy or and az. betw. three eagles 

displ, of the second, Kendall, Brecon ; 

Basingborne, Essex; co. Lancaster; and 

Blabys, co. Leicester, Kendall, Smitlisby, 

CO. Derby ; five descents recorded in the Visita- 
tion of that county, 1011, 
Gu. a fess compony or and az, betw. three eagles 

displ, of the second. Kendall, 
Gu, a fess countercompony or tm J az. betw. three 

eagles displ, of the second, Kendall, co. 

Leicester; co. Derby; co, Lancaster, W. 
Gyronny of eight gu. and az. a fess engr. betw. 

three eagles arg. Pinson. 
Gyronny of eight sa. and gu. a fess engr, arg, 

betw.three eagles displ. or. Pynson, Middlesex. 
Or a fess az. betw. three eagles displ, of the last. 

Eagles. 
Or a fess dancetty erm, betw, three eagles displ. 

sa, Taylour, London, 
Or a fess indented erm, betw. three eagles displ. 

sa, Taylour, V. Another gn. Taylour, 
Or a fess dancetty ermines betw. three eagles 

close vert, Quarles, co. Bedford ; and Rum- 
ford, co. Essex. Quarles. CO. Northampton, F. 
Or a fess indented gu. betw. three eagles displ. 

sa. Newman; granted 1611, 
Or a fess dancetty betw. three eagles close vert, 

Quarles, London ; confirmed 15 Feb. 15/7, 
Per pale gu. and az. a fess gutty d'eau betw. three 

eagles displ, or. Stephens, Cornwall. 
Per pale gu, and vert a fess indented arg, gutty 
de sang betw. three eagles displ. or. Stephens, 
Tregenna Castle, Cornwall; Arms granted 
temp. Henry VIII to Henry Stephens, the 
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FESS betw. or within .... cont. 
3 Birds cont. (Eagles ) cont. 

Sa. a fess embattled arg. beiw. three eagles displ. 
or. Speney or Spayne, Tonstall, Norfolk. 
Pavey, Norfolk. 

Sa. a fess indented arm. betw. three eagles displ. 
or. Maponder. 

Sa. a fess dnncetty betw. three eagles displ. or. 
BiRCHET, Rye, Sussex. Byrchet or Birket, 
Kent; and Rye, Sussex. Berchett or 
Berkett. Wyatt ; Pole, Devon, iii, 269. 

Sa. a fe^^8 indented betw. three eagles displ. or. 
Byrohett. Joseph Byrchett, oJ Rye, Sussex ; 
1589; per Robt. Cooke, V. 

.... (Falcons and Hawks) 

Arg. a fess az. betw. three falcons rising of the 
second. George, Scotland. 

Arg. a fess gu. betw. three falcons volant az. 
beaked jessed and belled or. Georges, Ciren- 
cester, CO. Gloucester. 

Az. a fess betw. three falcons close arg. beaked 
and legged or. Philips, Yarpole, co. Hereford ; 
granted 14 June, 1579. 

Az. a fess dancetiy betw. three falcons or. 
Scooan. Sire Thomas Hanvile, N. Sir 
Thomas Hamule, V. 

Az. a fess engr. betw. three falcons close hold- 
ing in th«ir mouths a crosslet fitcby or. Sir 
John Porte, Derby, V. 

Gu. a fcss betw. three falcons close arg. 
Jackson, co. York. 

Gu. a fess vair betw. three falcons or. Wallinger 
or Wellenger, CO. Bedf ird; Whitechurch, co. 
Bucks; and Chelmsford, Essex. 

Or a fess betw. three falcons rising az. membered 
gu. George, Scotland. 

Or a fess dancetty betw. three falcons vert. 
QuARLES, CO. Northampton. 

Per fess arg. and sa. a fess embattled betw. three 
falcons belled all countercbanged. Thompson- 
TjAWLEY, Baron Wenlock. Quartering arg. a 
cross formy extended to the sides of the shield 
chequy sa. and or for Lawley. 
. Per fess arg. and sa. a fess embattled counter- 
embattled betw. three falcons counterchanged 
belled or. Thompson, Bishopwearmouth, co. 
Durham. Quartering arg. three cock's heads 
erased sa. combed and wattled gu. for White. 

Per fess arg. and sa. a fess counterera battled 
betw. three falcons counterchanged belled and 
jessed or. Thompson, London ; Little Brand, 
Suffolk; and Marston, co. York, 1634. 
Thompson, Sheriff Hutton Park, co. York. 

Per fess arg. and sa. a fess counterembattled 
betw. three falcons close all counterchanged 
over all a bend sinister gu. Thompson, Esholt, 
CO. York. " Henry Tomsone, of Esholt, co. 
York, Gent, one of the king's gentlemen-at- 
arms at Boleigne, granted 15 April, 1559, by 
Daulton ;" note copied from one of the Visita- 
tions of CO. York, in Brit. Mus. Burton, Yoi'k- 
shire, 140 snys: "The priory of Esholt in 
Ayrdale was granted to Henry Thompson one 
of the king's (Edward VI, 15i7) gens-d'armes 
at Boleyn, who, by Helen, daughter of Lau- 
rence Townley, had a natural son called- WiU 
liam, living 1585, who assumed his father's 
surname, and marrying Dorothy, daughter of 
Christopher Anderson, of Lostock, in co. Lan- 
caster, protbonotary, became the ancestor of 
those families of the Thompsons now living in 
and near York. SmaiU's Pedigrees in MSS. 
penes W. Constable, Esq. de Holderness Arm. 
p. 446." 



FESS betw. or within cont. 

3 Birds cont. (Falcons and Hawks) cont. 
Per pale or and sa. a fess embattled betw. three 
falcons counterchanged belled or. Thompson, 
CO. Lancaster. 
Sa. a fess betw. three falcons or. Tomlinbon. 
ToMLiNsoN, Cliffville, near Newcastle, co. Staf- 
ford. 

Sa.afessbetw.threefalconsvolantor. Thomunbon, 

London ; and co. York ; granted 1590. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. three sparrow-hawks sa. 

Onslow, co. Salop. 
Arg. a fess sa. betw. three hawks ppr. belled and 

jessed or. Hobby, Kent; granted^ June, 1580. 
Az. a fess dancetty betw. three hawks or. Hanley, 

CO. Buckingham. Pargiter, Lord Mayor of 

London, 1530. 
Gu. a fess betw. three hawks belled or. Halke, 

Selling, near Faversham, Kent. 
Or a fess indented betw. three hawks sa. beaked 

and legged gu. Thompson, Plymouth. 

Thompson, London; 1609. 

. . . (Fencocks see Herons) 
.... (Finches ) 
Or a fess betw. three bu I finches ppr. Alpin. 

.... (Gulls) 
Gu. a fess wavy arg. betw. three sea-gulls ppr. 

a crescent for diff. Medland, Launceston, 

CO. Cornwall: granted 17 May, 1730. 
.... (Herons, &c. ) 
Gu. a fess betw. three herons arg. Fitz-Heron. 

Heron, Ireland. Heron, Great Tborndon, 

Essex; quartered by Tyrrell. 
Or a fess wavy sa. betw. three fencocks ppr. 

Fencote, CO. York. 
Sa. a fess betw. three herons arg. beaked and 

legged gu. BoYTON. 
Sa. a fess or betw. three herons or cranes arg. 

beaked and legged gu. Boyton, Taunton, V. 
Arg. a fess betw. three storks sa. Dildoe, Gil- 

lingham, co. Dorset. 
Sa. a fess erm. betw. three storks arg. 

Gat WARD. 

.... (Jays see Parrots) 
....(Magpies) 
Arg. a fess wavy gu. betw. three magpies ppr. 

Overton, CO. York. 
Arg. a fess sa. betw. three magpies ppr. Hewit, 

Li)ndon. Snafford, V. St. Pol or Paule, of 

Byron, and Snarford ; Earl. MS. 6829, 

fo. 52. 
Arg. a fess engr. sa. betw. three magpies ppr. 

PiCKBOUNE. 

Veit a fess or betw. three magpies ppr. Jackson, 

Harl MS. 1404, fo. 142. 

.... (Martlets) 
Arg. a fess betw. three martlets (?in chief) and a 

chev. in base az. Day, Essex. Tay, Es-stx. 

Teys, Layerde-la-Hay, Essex. Tye, Essex. 
Arg. a fess az. betw. thrte martlets in chief, gu. 

and a chev. in base of the second. Tey, Lon- 
don ; granted 1595. 
Arg. a fess az. betw. three martlets sa. Bioo. 

FiNKi.EY, London. 
Arg. a fess ermines betw. three martlets sa. 

Carnie, Scotland. Edwards, Isle of Ely ; and 

Portlade, Sussex. Edwards, London, W. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. three martlets az. Sir 

Robert Hilton, I. 
Arg. a fess betw. three martlets gu. Cheyney, 

CO. Buckingham. Farmingham. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. three martlets sa. Glen, 

Bar, Scotland. Delahayj Durham Fisitatton, 

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FESS betw. or within. . . .cont. 
3 Birds cojit. (Martlets) cont. 

Ar£?. a fess engr. gu. lietw. three martlets sa. 
Bound, Bristol; Mayor in 1708. 

Arg. a fess sa. betw. three martlets gn. 
Shelton. 

Arg. a fess betw. three martlets sa. BEnKEi.EY, 
Dursley,ancl Eldresfield. Duresly. Baeki.ey.F. 
Bigg, V. Edmonds, London. Edwaeds, Lon- 
don, JF. Eriom, F, or Eeiyon. Hobry, Hailes, 
CO. Gloucester. Joule. Lockwood. Martyn, 

OSMERDALE, OsMUNDEELE, OSMOTHERLOW, 

or Osmondeeley, Cumbi^rland ; and co. York. 
LocKWooD, Dews Hall, Essex; and Gayton, 
CO. Northampton, derived from the Rev. 
Richard Lockwood, Rector of Dingley, co. 
Northampton, 1530. Quartering second and 
third erm. on a bend engr. sa. three plates 
for Cults. 
Arg. a fess engr. betw. three mflrtlets sn. 

■ OSMEEDALE. OsMUNDERI.E, F. OSHOTHEELOW, 

or OsMONDERi.EY, Cumberland; and co. York. 
Arg. a fess betw. three martlets vert. Luntley, 

CO. Stafford. 
Az. a fess betw. three martlets arg. Ashby. 

ASKEBY. AsKLABYOrASLAKEBY, F. ASHBITENHAM 
or ASHBEENHAM. 

Az. a fess dancetty betw. three martlets arg. 

Page, Gosport, co. Hants. 
Az. a fess embattled betw. three maitlets arg. 

Otghee. 
Az. a fess dancetty arg. betw. three martlets or 

Hanyi.l, CO. Buckingham. 
Az. a fess or betw. three martlets arg. 

ASHBURNHAM Or ASHBEENHAM. 

Az. a fess crenelly or betw. three martlets arg. 

Baine, CO. Chester. 
Az. a fess engr. or betw. three martlets each 

bearing in the beak a cross patty lilcliy arg. 

Poet, co. Stafford. 
Az. a fess betw. three martlets or. Harvie. 

And with a label of three points. Ashekeby, 

Barden, co. York. 
Az. a fess dancetty betw. three martlets or. 

Haeling. Page. 
Az. a fess indented betw. three martlets or. 

Channei.ley, CO. Bucks. Hanvill, co. Bucks. 

Page, Probably a mistake as quartered by 

Turner, Bart. See Page, Blackheath. 
Az. a fess wavy betw. three martlets or. Cheyney. 
Chequy or and gu. a fess arg. betw, three mart- 
lets sa. Sire Jorge de Thorp, N. 
Erm. a fess sa. betw. three martlets of the second. 

Arkinstael, CO. Cambridge. Atkinstan. 
Gu. a fess betw. three martlets arg. Aslakby 

or ASLAKEBY. DiLLINGHAM. FeI.INGHAM 

or Fellingham. Maney or Maynoyf.. Tyas. 

Selingham, F. 
Gu. a fess betw. three mullets in chief and as 

many martlets in base arg. Payees. 
Gu. a fess arg. betw. three martlets or. Roos, V. 

Rosse. 
Gu. a fess lozengy erm. betw. three martlets arg. 

ROCKELL, V. 

Gu, a fess erm. betw. three martlets or. Covert, 
Kent; Surrey; and Sussex; descended from 
John Covert, who had a command at the siege 
of Boulogne in 15D8, F. Marward, co. Dorset. 

Gu. a fess embattled counterembaftled erm. betw. 
three martlets or. Withim, Middle Temple, 
London ; (jranted 1080. 

Gu. a fess or betw. three martlets in cliief and a 
masde in base arg. Hertie, Luiek, Scotland, 



FESS betw. or within cont. 

3 Birds co7it. (Martlets) cont. 
Gu. a fess vair in chief a bezant charged with an 

anchor sa. betw. two estoiles gu. in base three 

martlets arg. Bayley, London. 
Or a fess betw. three martlets az. Chai.k. 
Or a fess dancetty betw. three martlets within a 

borJure az. Page, Wemley, Middlesex. 
Or a fess dancetty betw. three martlets az. within 

a bordure engr. of the last charged with eight 

bezants. Page, co. Cambridge. 
Or a fess indented betw. three martlets az. Page, 

BerryHall,co. Bedford; and Blackheath, Kent. 
Or a fess gu. betw. three martlets of the second. 

Wilkinson. 
Or a fess gu. betw. three martlets sa. Colvill. 

Del\hay. Metfoed. Wilkinson, Ireland. 
Or a fess betw. three martles sa. Chadworth 

or Chaworth, F. Chudwoeth. Metfoed, V. 

Staffoed. 
Sa. a fess dancetty betw. three martlets arg. 

Cresevt. 
Sa. a fess erm. betw. three martlets arg. 

Bell. 
Vert a fess betw. three martlets arg. Marshall. 

Robert Maeshall, F. 

(Ostriches) 

Sa. a fess betw. three ostriches arg. memberedgu. 

BOYTON. 

....(Owls) 
Arg. a fess countercompony or and gu. betw. three 

owls az. Stephneth. 
Az. a fess engr. betw. three owls arg. Thomas 

Owlegeeve, V. 
Az. a fess engr. erm. betw. three owls arg. mem- 

bered or. Ouldgrent or Ouldgrove. 

Owlgrave, V. 
Az. a fess engr. erm. betw. three owls or. 

Oldgeave, CO. Chester; and Lord Mayor of 

London, 1407. 
Az. a fess gobonated arg. and gu. betw. three owls 

of the second. Haeewoeth or Harworth, 

Norfolk. 
Az. a fess gobonated gu. and arg. betw. three owls 

of the third. Hareworth or Harworth. 

Harwood. Harward. Hareworth, F. 
Az. a fess gobonated gu. and vert betw. three 

owls or. Hareworth, Roynton Hall, Norfolk. 
Az. a fess engr. betw. three owls or. Oldgeove 

or Oldgeeen. 
Az. fess paly of six gu. and vert betw. three owls 

arg. Haewaed or Herwaed, Alborough, 

Pensshoppe, and Guessnore, Norfolk. 
Gu. a fess betw. three owls arg. Westerdale. 
Gu. a fess chequy or and az. betw. three owls 

arg. Stepney, Prendergast, co. Pembroke; 

Baronetcy 1021; extinct 1825. 
Gu. a fess betw. three owls or. Webb, Gillingbam, 

Kent; Her. Off. London, Cook's Grants, fol. 4. 

Webbes, Gillingbam, Kent. Quartering second 

arg. a fess betw. three lozenges gu. ; third 

ermines ; fourth arg. 
Sa. a fess crenelly betw. three owls arg. 

OwLGEAVE, F. Tebald. Theobald, Barking 

Hall, CO. Suffolk. 

(Parrots) 

Arg. a fess gu. betw. three parrots ppr. gorged 

with collars of the second. Lumley, Middle- 
sex ; and co. York. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. three parrots vert. 

Maemaduke. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. three popinjays vert. 

Culling wiKE, F, or Kullingwike. 



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FESS betw. or within .... cont. 
3 Birds cont. (Parrots) cont. 

Arg. a fess gu. betw. three popinjays vert collared 
and membered of the Recond. Thweng. 
Marmaduke de Twenge, B, C ; Harl. MS. 
6137. Sire Marmaduke de TuENGE, N. Wil- 
liam de Thwenge, Y. Robert le Twenge, V. 

Arg. a fess gu. betw. three popinjays vert beaked 
and raembered of the second collared of the 
last. Ldmley-Saunderson, Earl of Scar- 
borough. Ldmley; formerly the arms of the 
Barons of Thweng, Z. iil. 

Arg. a fess betw. three popinjays vert beaked and 
legged gu. Ci.TFF, V. 

Gu. a fess beiw. three popinjays arg. Fixz- 
Marmaduke. John le fils Marmaduke, F. 
Sir John Fitzmarmaduke, I. Sire John fiz 
Marmaduke, N. John Fitz- Marmaduke, Y. 
And with a baton az. Richard le Fitz 
Marmaduke, B. Sire Richard filz Marmaduke, 

Gu. a fess betw. three popinjays arg. a bend az. 

Marmaduke. 
Arg. a fess betw. three jays sa. Craik. 

.... (Partridges ) 
Gu. a fess betw. three partridges arg. a beudlet az. 

Fitz- Marmaduke, Nottingham. 
Gu. a fess or betw. three partridges volant arg. 
Pabtbich, Long Sutton, co. Lincoln. 
. . . . ( Pelicans ) 
Arg. a fess sa. betw. three pelicans az. vulning 
themselves gu. Pittlesdon. Pitlesden, V. 
Az. a fess betw. three pelicans arg. vulning them- 
selves gu. Cooper, Winchester, 1584. Thomas 
Cooper or Cowper, Bishopof Lincoln, 1571-84 ; 
afterwardsof Winchester; coji/irmed by Dethicke, 
1582. Henrie or Henry. 
.... (Pheasants) 
Vert a fesa wavy betw. three pelicans vulning 

themselves or. Leverton. 
Arg. a fess sa. betw. three pheasants gu. 
Stannich, Stanney, co. Chester, cc. 1300 ; 
as quartered by Bunbury. 

. . . . (Ravens see Choughs) 
. . . .(Bobin-Redbreasts) 
Per pale arg. and az. a fess nebuly counterchanged 
betw. three robin-redbreasts ppr. Robyns, 
Alderman of London ; Harl. MS. 1404, 
fo. 190. 

.... (Sea-Mews and Sea-Pewits) 
Gu. a fess engr. betw. three sea-mews arg. Syer, 
Isham, CO. Northampton; granted 11 Feb. 
1014. 
Or a fess dancetty erm. betw. three sea-pewits vert. 
Quarles, Rumford, Essex. Quarles, Ufford, 
CO. Northampton; and London; temp. 
Henry VII. 
Or a fess betw. three sea-pewits vert. Quarles, 

Haddam, co. Heitford. 
Vert a fess dancetty (or indented) erm. betw. 
three sea-pewits or. Quarles or Querelas. 
.... (Sea Pies see Bustards) 
.... (Sheldrakes and Shovellers 

see Ducks) 
....(Starlings) 
Erminois a fess wavy az. betw. three starlings sa. 
beaked and legged gu. Gambieb, Baron 
Gambler. 

.... (Storks see Herons) 
....(Swallows) 
Arg. a fess betw, three swallows volant sa. 

SWAI LOW. 

Or a fess betw. three swallows sa. Swallow. 



FESS betw. or within . . . .cont. 

3 Birds cont. (Swallows) cont. 

Or a fess betw. three swallows volant sa. 
Swallow. M. William Sv^alow, S. Swallow, 
Essex, V. 

.. ..(Swans) 

Arg. a fess erm. betw. three swans ppr. 
Moldford. 

Az. a fess betw. three swans arg. Swann. 
Richard Swan, d. 1487; was one of the execu- 
tors of the will of Bishop Beckington, d. 14G6. 
See Godwin, de Prasulibus, p. 381. 

Az. a fess betw. three swans close arg. 
GisLiNQHAM, Tuston, Suffolk. 

Az. a fess or betw. three swans arg. Gillingham. 

Az. a fess or biHw. three swans arg. beaked and 
legged gu. GiSLiNGHAM, Tuston, Sulfolk. 

Az. a fess nebuly or betw. three swans arg. 
Vaughan. Vaghen, V. 

Az. a fess wavy or betw. three swans arg. 
W^AGHEN or Waggon. 

Az. a fess wavy or betw. three swans arg. mem- 
bered gu. SWANNE, V. 

Az. a fess wavy or betw. three swans ppr. Vaughan. 
Gu. a fess wavy betw. three swans arg. each 

having in the beak a cross formy fitchy or. 

Lane, London. 
Gu. a fess or betw. three swans close arg. 

Phillpot, CO. Hereford ; and co. Salop. 
Sa. a fess arg. betw. three swans ppr. Sheldon, 

CO. Worcester. 
Sa. a fess voided az. (? arg.) betw. three swans 

ppr. Atwater, Kent. 
Sa. a fess wavy az. ( ? arg.) betw. three swans ppr. 

Atwater. 
Sa. a fess barfy wavy of four arg. and az. betw. 

three swans arg. Waters, Royton, Kent ; 

granted IbGi; Earl. MS. 58(i3. 
Sa. a fess erm. betw. three swans arg. Molford, 

South Molton, and Cadbury, co. Devon. 

MoLSFORD, CO. Devon, V. 
Sa. a fess or betw. three swans arg. membered gu. 

Wyberne, Kent; and Suffolk. Wyborn, Hawk- 
well Place, Kent. Quartering per pale az. and 

sa. a fess chequy arg. and gu. betw. three 

goat's heads erased arg. for Sid ley. 
Vert a fess indented or betw. three swans close 

arg. beaked and raembered of the second. 

COPPARD, originally of Sussex. 
.... (Teme Fowls) 
Gu. a fess betw. three terne-fowls arg. Yeble. 

(Thrush) 

Arg. a fess gu. betw. three blackbirds within a 

bordure of the second. Allison, Yardsley 

Hall, CO. Cambridge. 

4 Birds 

Arg. five fusils in fess az. betw. four birds 
gu. three in chief and one in base. Wycliff, V. 
.... (Choughs) 

Arg. a fess flory countertlory sa. betw. four Cornish 
choughs of the second beaked and legged gu. 
ROKE, V. 

.... (Martlets) 
Arg. a fess betw. four martlets gu. three and one. 
Adams, Middlesex. John Aden, V. Cheney. 
Sir John Cheney. V. 
5 Birds. . . . (Choughs) 
Arg. a fess dancetty sa. platy betw. five Cornish 
choughs ppr. Erington, Wolcomb, co. Dorset. 
....(Herons) 
Arg. a fess dancetty sa. bezanty betw. five herons 
three and two of the second. Elrington, 
Essex ; and Middlesex. Eldrinoton, Essex. 



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FESS betw. or within. . . .cont. 

5 Birds cont. (Martlets) 

Arg. a fess betw. five luarilets gu, Dowdall, 

Ireland. 
Gu. a fess betw. five martlets arg. Dowdall, 

Ireland. Mawey, co. Worcester. 
.... (Moorcocks) 
Erm. a fess gu. betw. live moorcocks ppr. More, 

CO. Chester. 

(Owls) 

Sa. a fess or betw. five owls three in chief and two 

in base arg. Westlake, Plymouth. 

6 Birds (Choughs) 

Arg. a fess gn. betw. six Cornish choughs ppr. 

Onslow, Onslow, co. Salop ; and West Clandon, 

Surrey. Onslow, Earl of Onslow. 

(Herons, etc.) 

Arg. a fess dancetty sa. b^zanty betw. six storks 

of the second. Elrington, Ireland. 
Arg. a fess dancetty sa. bezanty betw. six storks 

of the second beaked and legged gu. 

Elrington, VVelcom, Maltravers, co. Dorset. 
....(Martlets) 
Arg. a fess az. beiw. six martlets sa. Walsh, 

Ballykilcaven, Queen's County; Baronetcy, 

1775. Quartering sa. on a saltire arg. betw. 

tliree towers or in flames ppr. (one in chief and 

one at each side) and in base two tilting-spears 

in saltire ppr. five cocks gu. 
Arg. a fess chequy or and az. betw. six martlets 

gu. Hampton. 
Arg. a fi'ss comp. or and az. betw. six martlets 

gu. three and three. Syr John Hampton, Q. 
Arg. a fess betw. six martlets gu. Anvenell. 

Ansiam or Ansym. Austyn, Cornwall. 

BoREHONT, CO. Hants. Sire Richard de 

Borehonte, N. Sire John Borehunt, Q. 

Sir Ric Borhout, V. Borsont, co. Hants. 

Dowdall. GowsHELLor Goshall. Handshall. 

Hill. Hille, V. Lisle-Adam, V. Lisle. 

Washborne, V. 
Arg. a less gu. betw. six martlets sa. Delahay. 

Hevell. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. six martlets sa. beaked and 

legged or. Oneslow, co. Salop. 
Arg. a fess sa. betw. six martlets gu. 

HlIXEY. 

Arg. a fess betw. six martlets sa. Edwards, 
Essex; and London. Crewker. John Gousill, 
r. Grushill. Gushill. William le Wai.eis,£. 
Walshe, V. Walsh, co. Worcester. Walshe 
or Welsh, co. Worcester. Welch. Welsh, 
Shadesley, co. Worcester. 

Arg. a fess betw. six martlets sa. a bordure of the 
second. Crewker. 

Az. a fess or betw. six martlets arg. Cardiffe. 

Az. a fess betw. six martlets or. Cardiffe. 
Kerdiffe or Kerdiff, V. Paulin de Kerdif, 
F. Ros^ALL or Rassall. John de Rosehalle, 
Y. Russell. 

Gu. a fess betw, six martlets arg. Asborne. 
Sire John de Assheborne, N. Ashborne 
or AsHBURY, CO. Worcester. Blount, co. 
W^arwick. Sire Thomas le Blount, N. Sir 
Thomas Blount, Q. Crook. Croke. 
Croke, Chilton, and Chequers, co. Bucks; and 
Studley, and Waterstock, co. Oxford; descended 
from Nicholas le Blount, who, having taken an 
active part in the insurrection to restore 
Richard II to the throne, was outlawed and 
forced to fly the kingdom. On his return to 
England, Nicholas le Blount is stated to have 



FESS betw. or within cont. 

6 Birds cont. (Martlets) cont. 
changed his surname to that of Croke, and from 
him derived the family of that name, of which 
were Sir John Croke of Chelton,Speaker of the 
House of Commons in the time of Elizabeth. 
Fenwick, Pallion, near Sunderland, Durham. 
Fenweeke. Walter Mannoye, V. 

Gu. a fess hetw. six martlets arg. a crescent for 
diff. John le Blotint alias Croke, Chilton, 
CO. Bucks, V. 

Gu. a fess dancetty betw. six martlets arg. 
Scruteville. 

Gu. a fess arg. betw. six martlets or. 
Ashborne or A*iHbury, Worcester. Roos or 
RossE. 

Gu. a fess or betw. six martlets arg. Ashborne 
or Ashbury, Worcester. Sir John 
Ashborne, F. Blomet, co. Warwick. Blount, 
CO. Warwick. Thomas Blount, Y. Brim. 
Fitzwaruen alias Blount, V. Fitz-Warren. 
Foulke. 

Gu. a fess betw. six martlets or. Ashborne or 
Ashbury, Worcester, Barham, Beauchampe, 
CO. Gloucester, Sir Giles Beauchamp, Q. 
Walter de Beauchamp, E, F, I, K, L. Sire 
Wauter de Beuchamp, N. Wautier 
Beauchamp, F; so the seal of Maud de 
Beauchampe, 1341; Dallaway. Beauchamp, 
Essex; extinct Richard I ; descent from second 
son of Walter, third son ol Hugh ; Bavkes, 
vol. i. Beauchamp, Alerton, and Powick; 
descent from Walter, second son of William, 
sixih in descent from Walter, third son of 
Hugh. Bankes, vol. i. Godson. Leblount, 
CO. Warwick. Another quartering arg. three 
escallops gu. St. Amond. 

Gu. a fess betw, six martlets or a label of three 
arg. Sir John Beauchamp, Q. 

Gu. a fess betw. six martlets or a label of four 
points compony arg. and az. Sir Giles de 
Beauchamp, jR. 

Gu. a fess betw. six martlets or three two and 
one a bordure arg. Beauchamp, V. 

Gu. a fess betw. six martlets or within a bordure 
arg. Beauchamp, Lord of St, Amand ; de- 
scended from Walter de Beauchamp, a younger 
son of John Lord Beauchamp, of Powyck. 
Beauchamp, co, Gloucester. 

Gu. a fess betw. six martlets or a bordure arg. 
entoyre of bells sa. Richard Beauchamp, 
Bishop of Hereford, 1449-50; afterwards of 
Salisbury, 

Gu. a fess betw. six martlets or a bordure in- 
dented arg. Sir William Beauchamp, L. 
Sire William de Beauchaump, N. Sire Gyles 
de Beauchamp, O. 

Gu. a fess belw, six martlets or a mullet for difi'. 
Sir Roger BEiUCHAMP, S, 

Or a fess betw. six martlets gu. Ansiam or Ansym, 

Or a fess embattled betw, six martlets gu. three 
and three. De la Ley, Kindlet. Gilbert de 
LA Leye de Kilmington, Y. 

Or a fess betw. six martlets sa. Rossehale, V. 

ROSHALL, V. VeLIERNON, 

Sa. a fess betw. six martlets arg. Hyde, co. 
Stafford. Wisram, co. Gloucester; Tidestone- 
Deliimore, co. Herts ; and co. Worcester. Sir 
John Wysham. L. Sire Johan de Wisham, N. 
M. William Wysham, T. John Wiseham, Y. 
Wisham orWissAM, Wodnamton, V. 

Sa. a fess betw. six martlets or, Ganlard, 
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FESS betw. or within cont. 

6 Birds cont. (Martlets) cont. 
Salop. Sire Thomas Russivai., 0. Onslow, 
Altham, co. Lancaster, Bait. Quartering are. 
on a bend az. three martlets or a double 
crescent for diff. 

(Moorcocks) 

Arg. a fess gu. betw. six moorcocks sa. beaked 
and legged of the second. Mooke, co. Ches- 
ter, V. 
Erm. a fess gu. betw. six moorcocks ppr. More, 
CO. Chester. 

( Storks see Herons) 

Bones 
Vert a fess embattled or bptw. two pbeons in 
chief arg. and as many shinbones in saltire in 
baseof thelast. Cooper, Norwich; granted 1765. 
Bordure 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all a fess battelly az. 
within a bordure engr. gu. Cbetowne or 
Ceetownes. 
Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all a fess counter- 
embattled az. within a bordure engr. gu. 

MiDELEHO. 

Arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all a fess raguly az. 

a bordure engr. gu. Cbetowne. 
Arg. a fess wavy az. within a bordure sa. 

Brookbank. 
Arg. a fess chequy az. and of the first within a 

bordure engr. of the second. Lindsay, Canter- 
land, Scotland. 
Arg. a fess within a bordure engr. erm. Acton, 

Ripford. 
Arg. thiee lozenges conjoined in fess gu. a bordure 

az. charged with four fleursde-lis and four 

roses. Montagu, Montreal, Canada. 
Arg. a fess masculy gu. within a bordure az. 

bezanty. Lewcell or Lewsell. 
Arg. a fess within a bordure gu. charged with 

eight escallops of the first. Punchardon. 
Arg. a fess gu. within a bordure engr. sa. 

Welsh. 
Arg. a fess engr. gu. a bordure sa. bezanty. Philip 

Nevile, r. 
Arg. three fusils in fess gu. a bordure sa. M. 

John Montagu, S. James Montague, Bishop 

of Bath and Wells, 1608; quartering or an 

eagle displ. vert. 
Arg. three fusils conjoined in fess gu. a bordure 

engr. sa. Edward Montague, co. North- 
ampton, V. 
Arg, a fess fusily gu. within a bordure sa. charged 

with eight martlets of the first. Newmarch. 
Arg. a fess indented gu. within a bordure sa. 

Dedene. 
Arg. a fess sa. within a bordure gu. Weland, V. 
Arg. a fess sa. within a bordure gu. escalloppy of 

the field. Punchardon. 
Arg. a fess sa. within a bordure gu. charged with 

eight bezants. Weston, co. Devon; and co. 

Wilts. 
Arg. a fess sa. within a bordure gu. charged with 

fourteen bezants. Jfhan de Westune, G. 

But with ten bezants L. Sire Johan de 

Westone, N. 
Arg. a fess sa. within a bordure gu. platy. John 

de Welton, Y. Weldon." 
Arg. a fess sa. a bordure engr. gu. Weldon, 

Ireland. Weston. 
Arg. a fess sa. a bordure indented gu. bezanty. 

Sire Johan de Westone, the son, N. 
Arg. a fess dancetty sa. within a bordure gu. 

bezanty. West, Grays, Suffolk. 



FESS betw. or within .... cont. 
Bordure cont. 
Arg. a fess and bordure sa. Kighley,co. Chester; 

and CO. York. 
Arg. a fess within a bordure engr. sa. Holcroft. 

Kimbell. Kymbell, and Kvmberley. 
Arg. a fess embattled counterembattled (another 

crenelly) within a bordure sa. Bernas, Suf- 
folk. F. 
Arg. a fess of four pieces wreathed gu. and az. a 

bordure erm. Carmicael. 
Arg. a fess of five pieces wreathed gu. and az. 

within a bordure of the second charged with a 

mullet in chief or. Carmichael, Maudsley, 

Scotland. 
Az. a fess arg. within a bordure engr. or. 

Barnardes, V. Orwell. 
Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. a bordure arg. 

Boyd, Portincross, co. Ayr. 
Az. a fess or within a bordure engr. arg. 

Ellyot. 
Az. a fess or fretty gu. within a bordure arg. 

Lecester. 
Az. a fess or within a bordure erm. Anton, 

Stoalfield, CO. Lancaster ; London; and Ireland. 
Az. a fess within a bordure engr. or. Barnard. 
Cbequy arg. and sa. a fess gu. within a bordure 

az. Stewekley, co. Somerset; granted 1595. 
Chequy or and az. a fess within a bordure gu. 

Seal, 48 C. 36 ; Scrope v. Grosvenor, 43;i ; 

17 Jan. 1452. Clifford; as borne by Sir 

Lewis Clifi"ord, E.G., S. 
Chequy or and az. a fess gu. all within a bordure 

of the last charged with eight bezants. 

Clifford's Inn, London. 
Chequy or and az. a fess gu. within a bordure 

engr. of the third bezanty. Clifford, Kent. 
Erm. a fess gu. fretty or within a bordure engr. 

arg. Egerton. 
Erm. three lo?enge8 in fess within a bordure 

engr. sa. Thomas Pigott, Bishop of Bangor, 

1500-4. 
Gu. a fess within a bordure arg. Rowlesley. 

Hacton. 
Gu. a fess dancetty arg. within a bordure in- 
dented of the second. Nemle. 
Gu. five mascles in fess arg. within a bordure arg. 

Neville; as quartered by Rolfe. 
Gu. a fess dancetty arg. within a bordure engr. or. 

Denevill. 
Gu. a fess dancetty arg. a bordure indented or. 

Sir Roger Neville, Q. 
Gu. five fusils conjoined in fess arg. a bordure 

engr. or. Sir Robert Nevii.l, co. Leicester, V. 

Sir Philip Nevill, co. Lincoln, V. 
Gu. a fess indented arg. a bordure indented or. 

Sire Robert de Nevile, N. 
Gu. five mascles in fess arg. a label az. a bordure 

engr. or. Nevill. 
Gu.a fess chequy within a bordure corapony arg. 

and az. Lindsay, Cairnie, Scotland ; descended 

from Pitcarly ; quartering Abernethy. 
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and sa. within a bordure or. 

Hampton, Blechingley, Surrey. 
Gu. a fess chequy or and az. within a bordure arg. 

Engloss. Hampton, CO. Gloucester. Sir Wm. 

Hampton, Lord Mayor of London, V. 
Gu. a fess chequy or and az. within a bordure or. 

Hampton. 
Gu. a fess engr. erm. within a bordure engr. arg. 

DeNHAM or DiNANT. 

Gu. a fess erm. depressed by a pale of the same 
within a bordure engr. az. Sponne. 



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FESS betw. or within .... cont. 
Bordare cont. 

Gu. a fess within a bordure erm. Acton, co. 
Warwick. Acton, Wolvorton; Thomas, Wor- 
cester. RoLESLEY or RowLESLEY, Rowlesley, 
CO. Derby. Rowlesley or Roli.esley, Little 
Rowlesley, co. Derby; temp. Richard I; tlie 
heiress m. Koiveton. 

Gu. a fess erre. within a bordure engr. of the 
second. Acton, co. Worcester. The Sutton 
branch terminated with an heiress, Joice Acton, 
m. to Sir Thomas Lucy,of Charlecote. Acton, 
BockletoD, CO. Worcester. 

Gu. four fusils conjoined in fess erra. a 
bordure of the same. Dinham, Worthani, co. 
Devon, W. 

Gu. a fess dancetty or within a bordure engr. arg. 
Dennill orDEWNiLL, CO. Leicester. 

Gn. a fess nebuly or within a bordure engr. arg. 
De la Ber, V. 

Gu. a fess indented within a bordure or. 
Devili.. 

Gu. a fess wavy within a bordure engr. or. 
Dellabek. 

Or a fess chequy arg. and az. within a bordure 
erm. Steward, Patteshull, co. North- 
ampton. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. over all a bend gu. 
within a bordure of the last. Steward, Not- 
tington House, co. Dorset; originally from 
Scotland. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. over all a lion ramp, 
gu. within a bordure of the last. Stewart, 
Urrard, Scotland. Quartering first az. three 
garbs or; second arg. on a bend az. a crescent 
betw. two buckles or. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. over all a bend 
engr. gu. within a bordure indented of the 
]a.st. Stewart, Burray or Borrow, Scotland. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. over all a lion ramp. 
gu. within a bordure of the second charged with 
as many garbs two and one and as many ere 
scents one and two of the first. Stewart, 
Castletown, co. Wigton, Scotland. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. over all a lion 
ramp. gu. a bordure engr. of the second. 
Stewart, Edinglassie, Scotland. Quartering 
gu. three storks within a bordure embattled 
arg. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. over all a lion rnrnp. 
gu. within a bordure engr. of the second charged 
with three garbs of the first. Stewart, Fin- 
castle, Scotland. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. over all a lion tRmp. 
gu. a bordure erm. for diff. Stewart, Scot- 
land. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arp. over all a bend 
within a bordure gu. Seeward, Nottington 
House, CO. Dorset. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. within a bordure 
gu. charged with eight buckles of the first. 
Stewart, Diirisdeer, and Rovyth ; Elphin's 
Blazons. Stewart, Baron Darnley and Earl of 
Lennox; Dnke of Lennox, ISSl ; Earl of New- 
castle and Duke of Riclimond, 1003-4; Baron 
Steward of Newbury and Eail of Lichfield, 
1045; extinct 1072. 
Or a fess chequy az. and arg. within a bordure 
engr. gu. Stewart, Davingstone, Scotland; 
Balfour's MS. 
Or a fess chequy az. and arg. overall a bend engr. 
within a bordure indented gu. Stewart, 
Burray, or Borrow, Scotland. 



FESS betw. or within cont. 

Bordure cont. 
Or a fess chequy az. and arg. overall a bend engr. 

gu. within a bordure of the third charged with 

eight mullets of the second. Stuart, Wickham 

Park, CO. Oxford. 
Or a fess chequy az. and arg. within a bordure 

SB. cljarged with eight mascles of the third. 

Stewart, Ascog, Scotland. 
Or a ft-ss gu. within a bordure engr, az. 

Betenson, Kent. 
Or a fess gu. fretty of the first within a bordure 

engr. of the second. 
Per pale arg. and sa. a fess per pale gu. and or in 

chief a cre^Cfiit for difi". all within a bordure az. 

bezanty. Brunett, Harl. MS. 1553, fo. 177 h. 
Quarterly arg. and sh. a fess per pale gu. and or. 

within a bordure" az. charged witli an entoire 

of ogresses. Bennet, co. Somerset. 
Sa. a fess huraetty in a bordure aig. Bostock, 

Barton, Hail. MS. WHS. 
Sa. a fess or chev. arg. and bordure erm. Hayles. 

2 Bougets 

Or a fess chequy betw. two water bougets in chief 
and a mullet in base. Ross, Kiulauns, Scot- 
land, 1-307. 

3 Bongets 

Arg. a fess ermines betw. three water bougets gu. 

Meeres, Meers, co. Lancaster. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. three water bougets az. 

Ellerker, V. 
Arg. a fess betw. three water bougets gu, 

Ellerker, Elleiker, co. York. Wakefield. 
Aig. a fess sa goutty of tlje first betw. three water 

bougets az. Wintereorn, V. 
Arg. a fess betw. three bougets sa. hooped or. 

fiTz Hugh. 
Arg. a fess betw. three well bougets sa. hooped 

and bandied or. Fitz-How, V. 
Arg. a fess dancetty betw. ttiree water bougets 

sa. Traloft. Trusbut, F. Robert Trussebut, 

r. 

Arg. a fess vairy or and gu. betw. three water 

bougets az. Cheeke, Suifolk. Sir Robert 

de Cheke, V. Cheeke, Cheke, or Chike, 

Suffolk. Chike, V. Decheke, V. 
Arg. a fess vairy or and gu. of one row betw. three 

water bougets az. Dethicke. Richard 

Detheck, Y. 
Arg. a fess vairy or and gu. betw. three water 

bougets sa. Deduke. Dethick, V. Dethick, 

Bredsale, co. Derby ; and Norfolk. M. William 

de Dykes, S, 
Arg. a fess vert betw. three water bougets gu. 

Leaky, Ireland. 
Gu. a fess arg. betw. three water bougets erm. 

Meeres, co. Lincoln. 
Gu. a fess erm. betw,. three water bougets 

arg. Meeres, Holland, co. Lincoln. Meres 

or Mareye, V. 
Gu. a fess erm. betw. three water bougets of 

the last. Maeres, F. Meeres, Houghton, 

CO. Lincoln. Meres, co. Lincoln, F. Dekerton, 

CO. Lincoln, F. 
Gu. a fess betw. three water bougets erm. within 

a bordure of the last. Meeres, Branckosi-r, 

CO. Norfolk. 
Gu. a fess engr. betw. three water bougets erm. 

Meeres, Awber, co. Lincoln. 
Gu. a fess vair betw. three water bougets or. 

Roos or Ros, Bouseby, co. York; temp. Ed- 

ward III. Sir Thomas de Ros, 71/, iV. Thomas 

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FESS betw. or within.... cont. 
3 Bougets cont. 
Go. a fess vairy or and az. betw. three water 

bougets or. Rods. 
Or a fess chequy aig. and sa. betw. three water 

bougets of the last. Ross, Craigie, Scotland ; 

Balfour's MS. Ross, Innernethie, Scotland. 
Or a fess betw. three water bougets gu. 

Bawdwyn. 
Or a fess gu. betw. three water bougets sa. 

Bingham. John de Bingham, Y. 
Sa. a fess vair betw. three water bougets or. 

BONESBY. 

Bow 

Az. a fesa dancetty in chief a bow bent in fess 
and three arrows two in saltire and one in pale 
tied with a ribbon in l*ise all or. Bddd, Wil- 
lesley, co. Devon. 

Gu. a fess arg. betw. a bow and arrow in full 
draught in chief and three men's legs couped at 
the thigh in fess paleways (in base) of the 
second. Birney, Broomhill, Scotland. 
Bows 

Arg. a fess wavy betw. three bows paleways gu. 
Bowi>iTCH, Bowditch, co. Dorset. 
Babbles 

.... a fess engr betw. three bubbles .... 

Nicolas BuBBEWYTH, Bishop of London; of 
Salisbury; of Bath and Wells, 1408-24. 
Buckle 

Or a fess chequy nz. and arg. over all on a bend 
engr. gu. three buckles of the first all betw. a 
buckle in chief of the fourth and an escallop in 
base sa. Stewart, Edinburgh. 
3 Buckles 

Arg. a fess az. betw. three belt buckles gu. 
Bradley. 

Arg. a fess betw. three buckles gu. Jerningham. 

Ave a fess betw. three round buckles gu. Bacon, 
Twyhouse, co. Somerset. 

Arg. a fess gn. betw. three round buckles vert. 
Bradley, co. Worcester. 

Arg. a fess betw. three buckles sa. Solens or 

SOLERE. 

Gu. a fess betw. three fermails arg. Snoterley 
or Snoterle, SufiFolk, V. Sire Roger de 
Snoterle, N. 

Gu.a fess chequy arg. and of the field surmount- 
ing two arrows in saltire arg. points upward 
all betw. three buckles of the same. 
M'Call. 

Gu. a fess chequy arg. and of the field surmount- 
ing two arrows in saltire arg. betw. three 
buckles within a bordure indented or. M'Alla, 
Edinburgh. 

Gu. a fess erra. betw. three round buckles arg. 
points in chief. Soterley or Sotelly, V. 

Gu. a fess erm. betw. three buckles or. Mallet, 
CO. Derby. 

Gu. a fess erra. betw. three round buckles or 
points in chief. Soterley or Sotelley. 

Gu. a fess erm. betw. three buckles reversed or. 
Snotherley, Sufi'olk. 

Or a fess az. betw. three round buckles gu. 
Bradley, V. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. betw. a lion pass, 
guard, in chief gu. and three buckles in base of 
the second two and one. Stewart, Overton, 
Scotland. 

Or a fess gu. betw. three buckles az. Bradley. 

Or a fess gu. betw. three buckles vert. Bradley. 
F. Bradeller. Roger de Bradeij:y, E. Rauf 
Bradley, 1'. 



FESS betw. or within .... cont. 
3 Buckles cont. 

Or a fess betw. three buckles sa. Solens or 
Solere. 

Or a fess betw. three round buckles sa. 
Solens, V. 

Or a fess vert betw. three round buckles gu. 
Bradley. Bradley, Old Swinford, 1C12; 
Add. MS. Brit. Mus. 19,816. 
6 Buckles 

Gu. a fess dancetty betw. six round buckles arg. 
Mallet, co. Derby. 

Gu. a fess erm. betw. six buckles or. Mallet, co. 
Derby. Sire Thomas Mallet, N. 

Gu. a fess erm. betw. six round buckles or. 
Mallet, co. Derby ; and co. Nottingham, V. 

Gu. a fess erm. belw. six square buckles or. 
Malet, CO. Nottingham. 
Buildings 

Erm. a fess or betw. three dovecotes sa. Repley, 
Essex. 
Canton 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. surmounted by a 
bend gu. charged with three buckles of the 
field on a sinister canton of the fourth a lion 
pass, guard, of the first pierced with a dart ppr. 
(by special grant of King Robert II of Scotland) 
and in base beneath the fess a broken spear 
surmounted of a helmet both ppr. Steuart- 
Seton, AUanton, co. Lanark; Baronetcy 
181.'). 

Or a fess and in base a chev. gu. on a canton of 
the last a mullet of the first. Fitz Routh, V. 
Sir Roger Fitz-Roaut, F. 

Paly of six or and az. a fess chequy arg. and sa. 
on a canton gu. a dragon's wing erect of the 
third, in base a sword ppr. pomel and hilt 
gold surmounting a silver key in saltire. 
Curtis, Cullands' Grove, Middlesex; Baro- 
netcy 1802 ; Lord Mayor of London, 1790. 
3 Caps 

Arg. a fess az. betw. three burgenettes (or steel 
caps) of the second garnished and nailed or. 
EviNGTON or EviNGDON, Enfield, Middlesex; 
granted Oct. 10, 1614 ; and of Caswick, co. Lin- 
coln. EviNGTON, Evington Court, Kent. 

Arg. a fess betw. three morions az, Evington, 
St. Neots, CO. Hunts; and Middlesex. 

Arg. a fess az. belw. three morion caps of the 
second, garnished and nailed or. Evington or 
Evinton. 

2 Castles 

Quarterly az.and or a fess ermine in the first and 
fourth quarters a golden fleece, in the second 
and third a castle gu. betw. two fleurs-de-lis in 
fess vert. Plowes, Wakefield, co Yoi k ; granted 
1823. Quartered by Joseph Todd of Molesey 
House, Surrey, who married Lucy, dau. and 
coheir of Wm. Plowes. 

3 Castles 

Ai'g. a fess erm. betw, three towers sa. port gu. 

London. 
Sa. a fess betw. three towers arg. Nagle. 
Sa. a fess or betw. three towers triple- lowered arg. 
Clave R. 

Chess-Book see Book 
Chevron 
Arg. a fess betw. three martlets in chief and a 
chev. in base az. Day, Essex. Tay, Essex. 
Tye, Essex. Teys, Layer-de-la-Hay, Essex. 
Arg. a feas az. betw, three martlets in chief gu. 
and a chev. in base of the second. Tey, Lon- 
don ; granted 1595. 

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FESS betw. or ■witLin....cuut. 
Chevron cont. 

Arg. iil'ess gu. belw. in chief a chev. betw. three 
bugle horns and in base the same all gu. 
HoRNK, Mexborough,co. York. 

Arg. a fess embattled gu. therefrom issuant in 
cliief a dexter arm embowed in armour ppr. 
garnished or encircled by a wreath of laurel the 
hand supporting the French invincible standard 
in bend sinister also ppr. in base a chev. in- 
dented gu. betw. betw. three boar's heads 
erased az. Abercromby, Baron Abercromby, 
representative of the Tullibody branch of the 
Abercromhys, of Birkenbog. 

Az. a fess betw. two mullets pierced in chief and a 
chev. in base or within a bordure engr. arg. 
DoDiNGTON, CO. Salop. 

Gn. a fess or betw, a chev. in chief and a cinque- 
fciil in base arg. a bordure of the second. 
Nurse, Scotland. 

Or a fess and in base a chev. gu. on a can- 
ton of the last a mullet of the first. Fitz- 

ROUTH. 

2 Chevrons 

Arg. a fess betw. two chev. az. Ementhall. 
Moij.TNGTON or Mor,iNGTON,Sufifi.>lk. Sire Johan 
de Moi.iNGTONE, N. Sir John de Molyngton, 
CO. Suffolk, temp. Ed. I. V. Tendering or 
Tendring. 

Arg, a fess betw. two chev. az. on the chev. three 
crescents of the field. Tendering. 

Arg. a fess az, betw. two chev. gu. Tracheon. 

Arg. a fess erm. belw, two chev. gu. Sir John 
Charneli., L. 

Arg. a fess betw. two chev. gu. Andelby. Fitz 
Walter. Firz- Water, Essex. Ideche, Suf- 
folk. MiLMNGTON, Suffolk. MoLLlNGTON, 

Suffolk. Peche, Brunne, co. Cambridge; 
temp. Henry III. Petche. Sire Gilbert 
Peche, A, B,D, J, L, N. Hamund Petche, 

E. Sir William Peche, I. John Peeche, Y. 
Sir Thomas Peche, Suffolk, V. Peche or 
Pechey, Suffolk. Spyce or Spice. 

Arg. a fess betw. two chev. gu. a label az. Sire 

Hugh Peche, N. 
Arg. a fess betw. two chev. gu. a label bezanty. 

Sire Robert Peche, N. 
Arg. the field replenished with martlets sa, a fess 

l)eiw. two chev. gu. Pechey, Suffolk, Sire 

Edmon Peche, JV. Peche, V. 
Arg. a fess betw. two chev. sa. Challers. Raufe 

Chalers, Y. Callrey or Calney. Escaixers. 

John Escalers, Y. Gerbridge. Heningham. 

HOLDE. H0IJ)EN. HONNYTON. HoNYNGTON, V. 

HousDEN. Lamboen or Lamborne, Larabourn, 
Cornwall ; the heiress m. Arundell of Lnnherne, 
Sire William Lymbirg, 0. Peche or Pechey. 
Suffolk. William Petche, jEJ. William Pecchye, 

F. Sire William Peche, N. 

Az. a fess belw. two chev. arg. Bomstead, 
Essex, V. Tendering, Boxford, Suffolk; the 
dau. and heiress of Sir John Tendering, Knt. 
m. Sir John Pei-ient, Knt. Auditor of the Court 
of Wards and Liveries; temp. Henry VIII ; 
and two dans, co-heirs, viz. Ann, m. to George 
Gyll, of Wyddial Hall, co. Herts.; and 
Jocose, ra. to ^Yilliam Barley, of Albury, in the 
same county, M, William Tendryno, S. 
Sir John Tendring, Suffolk ; temp. Ed. I ; V. 
Tendering or Tendring. Tendering, Nor- 
folk; and Suffolk. 

Az. a fess erm, betw. two chev, arg. Whirple, 
Dickleborough, Norfolk, 



FESS betw. or within.... co7U. 
2 Chevrons cont. 

Az. a fess beiw. two chev. erm. Grey, Merton, 
Norfolk. Persalle, V. 

Az. a fess betw. two chev, engr. erm. Kirkby, 
Kyeby or Kyrkby, CO. Lincoln. Kyrkeby, 

Az. a fess engr, betw. two chev. engr. erm. 
Kyrkby, V. 

Az. a fess erm. betw. two chev. or, Bomsted, 

Az. a fess belw. two chev. gobony erm. and gu. 
Knaplock, Winchester, ItiOl. 

Az. a fess betw. two chev. or. Aspall, Suffolk. 
Bomsted, Bomsteed or Bonysted, Essex. 
Sire William de Bomstede, N. Bubsted. 
Carnerd, Suffolk. Cornard, Suffolk. Cornerd. 
Sir Richard Cornerd, co. Suffolk, V. Sire 
Richard de Gorhehz^N. Sir Richard Cornerd, 
E. M. Thomas Cornerd, S. Gray, Martin, 
and Tarbrcok, Norfolk; Visitation 1634. Grey, 
Ilchester,Norfolk. Morwell, V. Tendering 
or Tendring, Norfolk; and Suffolk. 

Az. a fess betw. two chev. or a label gu. Sire 
Thomas de Grey, N. 

Az. a fess betw, two chev, or a label gu. flory arg. 
Sire Johan Tendringe. 

Az. a fess betw. two chev. vair. Radford, 
Smalley, co. Derby. 

Erm. a fess betw. two chev. sa, Bainard, 

Erm, a fess vair betw, two chev. gu. St. Quintin. 

Gu. a fess betw. two chev. arg. Engham. 
Northfolke or Norfolk. Richard de Norfolk, 
G. Nourse, Milton, co. Bucks j Essex; 
Chilling Place, and Wood Eaton, co. Oxford, 
1C29. Nurse. 

Gu. a fess betw. two chev. erm. Charnell, co. 
Warwick ; and co. Stafford. Sir de Charnells, 
CO. Warwick, F. Hussey. John de Husee, Y. 
Kirkeby, CO. Lincoln. 

Gu. a fess erm. betw. two chev. or. Carveny, co. 
Warwick. Charnell or Charnells, co. War- 
wick. Sire Johan de Charnels, N. John 
Charnells, Y. Sir John Charnell, co. War- 
wick, V. Charnells, Snareston, co. Leicester. 
Chenie. 

Gu. a fess betw. two chev. or. Anby, Andby or 
Andelby, Sir John de Andelby or A ubly or 
Anbey, V. Andby or Andelby. Adbley or 
Aubly. Wra, de Galeys, G. Gales 
or Gale. Hayles. Morwell. Noubse. 
Parnell, Ireland. 

Gu. a fess betw. two chev. vair. Goodere, co. 
Gloucester. Goodyer or Goodear, Windsor, 
CO, Berks; St. Alban's, co. Hertford ; Middle- 
sex; and co. Oxford; grantedlblQ. Goodyer, 
CO. Oxford, F. Goodear or Goodyear. 
Goodyear, Hythorpe, co. Oxford; and Houls- 
worth, CO. Warwick. Goodyere, co. Hens; 
and Hadley, Middlesex. 

Or a fess belw. two chev. az. Emenhall, 
Norfolk. Gerbridge, Walsingham, Noifolk. 
GoDWYN, CO. Oxford, 

Or a fess az. betw. two. chev. gu. De Mole. 
MALiJiii, Exmouth ; Haii. MS. 1538, fo. 13. 
Tracheon. 

Or a fess chequy az, and arg, Stuart, Earl of 
Strathern. Betw. two chevs. (gu,?) for 
Slrathern. 

Or a fess countercompony gu. and sa. betw. two 
chev. of the last. Robson, Essex. 

Or a fess betw. two chev. gu, Filioll. Gautier 
le Fitz Robert, P. Walter le Fitz-Robeet, A. 
Fitz-Walter, Baynard's Castle, London ; 
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F£SS betw. or within .... cowf. 
2 Chevrons cont. 
Fitz-Water, Essex. Robert Fitzwater, A. 
Eobert Fitzwalter, D, K. Sire Robert fiz- 
Wauter, N. Le Sire Fitzwai.ter, Y. Z, 383, V. 
Robert le Fitzwater, E, J. Le S. Fitzwa'ter, 
<S. Fitz-Walter, K, 
Or a fess betw. two chev. and three martlets two 

in chief and one in base gu. Teys, Essex. 
Or a fess sa. betw. two chev. gu. Robert del 
Hale, D. 

Or a fess betw. two chev. sa. Cali.rey or 
Calney. Baynard. De Lisle. Howsdon, co. 
Devon, V. Ile. Illey or Isle. Jarberd. 
Lambourne, Cornwall, V. Lisle, Moxball, co. 
Warwick. Lisle or Lisley, Wiibraham, co. 
Cambridge, lfi32. Lysle, co. Cambridge; 
Compton-Davrill, co. Somerset ; and Sussex. 
Robert Lyle, A. Robert de Lisle, E, J. 
Waren de Lylle, O. Sire Robert del Yle, N. 
M.John Lisle, 5. John del Islee, F. Sire 
de Lisle, Kent, V. Sire Robert de Lidle, 0. 
Walpole, Norfolk. Wringford, V. 

Or on a fess betw. two chev. sa, a martlet of the 
field for diff. M. Will, de Lyle, S. 

Or a fess betw. two chev. sa. all betw. three roses 
gu. Lisle, Ireland. 

Per pale az. and gu. a fess betw. two chev. arg. 
Brutyn. 

Per pale gu. and az. a fess betw. two chev. arg. 
Bruton or Brutyn, Exeter. Robert le Brutdn, 
E. Robert de Breton, F. Burton, co. Devon. 
Proutin or Prutin. 

Sa. a fe-s betw. two chev. arg. Bainard. Banard. 
Calvey, V. CoLNE or CoLNEY. William 
Colne, F. Jarberd. St. Hill. Senchell. 

Sa. a fess arg. betw. two chev, or. Keydesby. 

Sa. a fess betw. two chev. erm. Hamden, London. 
Holden, Darley Abbey, co.Derby; and Nuttul 
Temple, co. Nottingham; a branch of Holden 
of Aston Hall. Sir Henry Holdem, V. 
Holden. Holmden or Holmeden, Tenchleys, 
Snrrey; granted 20 June, 1577. 

Sa. a fess engr. erminois or (?) betw. two chev. erm. 
Holden, Aston, co. Derby ; derived from Ro- 
bert Holden, of Aston, who d, 1659 ; Robert 
Holden, the last male heir of the elder branch, 
d, in 1746; his heiress, Mary Holden, m, 
James Shuttleworth, of Gawthrop Hall, co. 
Lancaster, whose second son took the name 
and arms of Holden, but dying s. p. was suc- 
ceeded by his next surviving brother, the 
Kev. Charles Shuttleworth, who likewise 
assumed the maternal surname and arms; 
quartering arg. three weaver's shuttles sa. 
topped and furnished with quills of yarn the 
threads pendant or for Shuttleworth. 

Sa. a fess or betw. two chev. arg. Sir William 

KlDESBY, Q. 

Sa. a fess or betw. two chev. arg. all within a 
bordure of the last. Hales. 

Sa. a fess or betw. two chev. arg. all within a bor- 
dure erm. Hayles, V. 

Sa. a fess betw. two chev. or. Baynard, Blagdon, 
CO. Somerset. Sire Robert Baynard, N. John 
Baynard, Y. Garbridge, Walsingham, and 
Sparham, Norfolk. Sirde Gerbrigo, Norfolk, 
V. Mr. Thomas Gerberge, S. Gerbrigge 
or Gerbridge, Norfolk. Jerbert. Lysle or 
Lysley. Malmesbury, V. 

Sa. a fess betw. two chev. or a bordure arg. Hales. 

Vert a fess erm. betw. two chev. or. Chaunells, 
CO. Leicester. 



FESS betw. or within cont. 

3 Chevrons 

Az. a fess erm, betw, three chev, or, Charkels, 
CO, Leicester. 

Az. a fess betw. three chev. or. Cornard, Suf- 
folk. Gillam. 

Gu. a fess arg. betw. three chev. or. Anby. 
AuBLY and Aubley. 

Or a fess betw. three chev. sa. Beynard. 
Combs 

Arg. a fess nebuly betw. three cornbs gu. Tehkoji. 
Sir William Ternom, Essex, V. 

Arg. a fess wavy betw. three combs gu. Ternom, 
Essex. 

Compasses 

Az, a fess wavy arg, in chief a ducal coronet or 
in base a pair of compasses of the last. 
Retchford, St. Alban's, co. Hertford. 
Coronet and Crown 

Az. a ff,ss wavy arg. in chief a ducal coronet or 
in base a pair of compasses of the last. 
Retchford, St. Alban's, co. Hertford. 

Az. a fess nebuly or in chief a crown in base a 
pastoral staff in bend sinister of the second. 
Henry de Newerk, Archbishop of York, 
1298 9. 

Per fess az. and or in chief an imperial crown in 
base a thistle both ppr. for ai:graentation 
Sandilands (Brtron Torphichen) ; quartering 
second and third, quarterly first and fourth arg. 
a bend az. for Sandilands; second and tliird 
arg. a human heart imperially crowned or on a 
chief az. three mullets of the field, for Douglas. 

2 Coronets 

Arp. a fess engr. betw. two crowns sa. Oliver 
King, Bishop of Exeter, Bath, and Wells, 1496- 
1503. Quartering per chev. az. and atg. three 
lions ramp, tiiose in chief combatant counter- 
changed. 

Or a fess betw. two ducal coronets sa. King. 

Or a fess betw. two ducal crowns sa. Kinge, 
London. 

3 Coronets 

Arg. a fes-! erminesbetw. three crowns sa. Folman. 

FOLMAN V. 

Az. a fess arg. fretty gu. betw. three crowns or 
within a liordure wavy gu. and arg, Mellers 
or Meli.er, Laiston, Suffolk. 

Az, a fess dancetty arg. betw. three ducal crowns 

or, CURTESSE, V. 

Az. a fess dancetty betw. three ducal coronets or. 

Curtis, London ; confirmed 9 May, 1632. 
Az. a fess dancetty betw. three mural crowns or. 

Walker, Norton Kirkby and Fowkhnm, Kent; 

and Uttoxeter, co. Stafford, Walter or 

Walthew, Kent; granted May 1618. 
Gu. a fe>.s arg. betw. three antique crowns or 

a bordure engr. erm. Grant, Leith, Scotland. 
Or a fess chequy az. and arg. betw. three open 

crowns gu. Garrioch, Scotland. 
Or a fess vert betw. three mural crowns gu. 

Gwinnell. 

Cotes see Buildings 
2 Cotises 
Arg. a fess cotised az. Delaware, Suffolk. 

Everinoham, Suffolk. Welfare. 
Arg. a fess couped cotised az. Everinoham. 
Arg. a fess wavy betw. two cotises az. over all 

a lion pass gu. Lochrayn. 
Arg. a fess wavy cotised az. betw. three unicorn's 

heads couped in chief and a buglehorn in base 

garnished of the first stringed of the third. 

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FESS betw. or within. .. .cont. 
2 Cotises co)it. 
Arg. a fess az. coiised sa. betw. three roses gu. 

Maeton, V. 
Arg. a fess erm. cotised sa. Harlstone, Soutb 

Ossenden, Essex. Quartering Wentworth. 

JuoN, Harlstou. 
Arg. a fess ermines cotised sa. betw. three mart- 
lets of the last. Edwards, London. 
Arg. a fess gu. cotised az. betw. three lion's heads 

erased sa. Wood, Essex. 
Arg. a fess gu. cotised wavy az. Eliot, Clopham, 

Surrey. Ellyot, Devon ; Essex ; and Surrey. 
Arg. a fess cotised gu. betw. six hurts, 

Taepley. 
Arg. a fess cotised gu. betw. three pomeys. 

Takpi.ey, CO. Northampton. 
Arg. a fess cotised wavy gu. Obebt. 
Arg. a fess indented (or dancetty) cotised gu. betw. 

six mullets sa. Skarchife or Skarchisle, V. 
Arg. a fess nebuly betw. two cotises gu. Sir John 

Waterfoud, V. 
Arg. a fess wavy gu. cotised of the last. 

Waterford. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. two cotises wavy sa. 

Bracebridge. Dod, Cloverly, or Calverhnll, 

CO. Salop; quartering Cloveiley, Warren, 

Woodyeare, and Allanson. 
Arg. a fess indented paly vert and sa. cotised of 

the second. Huddy, co. Devon; granted IS 

Feb. 1570. 
Arg. a fess indented paly vert and sa. cotised of 

the first a bordure engr. of the second in chief 

a mullet sa. for diff. Hody; Fole, Devon, iii, 

260. 
Arg. a fess indented per fess sa. and vert betw. two 

cotises connterchanged of the fess. Huddy, 

Hithway, co. Devon. 
Arg. a fess per fess indented vert and or cotised of 

the third. Hodye or Hudny, Hamon, co. 

Dorset. 
Arg. a fess per fess vert and sa. betw. two 

cotises connterchanged. Huddy, Stewel, 

CO. Dorset. 
Arg. a fess per fess indented vert and sa. cotised 

of the third and second. Hodeye alias Hoddye, 

Harl. MS. 1386, fo. Ub. Hoddy, co. Devon. 

Huddy. 
Arg. a fess per fess indented vert and sa. cotised 

the upper sa. and the lower vert. Sir William 

Huddy, V. 
Arg. a fess indented point in point vert and sa. 

cotised connterchanged. Hody, Netheway, co. 

Devon; descended from Sir John Hody, Chief 

.Justice of the King's Bench, son of Sir John 

Hody of Stowell, co. Somerset, by the heiress of 

Cole of Netheway ; from this family derived 

the Hodys of Northover, co. Somerset, and of 

Pillesden, co. Dorset. 
Arg. a fess sa. cotised gu. betw. three fleurs-de-lis 

az. Barkeston. Edward Barkeston, co. 

York, If. 
Arg. a fess sa. cotised gu. betw. two fleurs-de lis 

sa. CONRN. 

Arg. a fess sa. cotised wavy gu. betw, six martlets 
of the second. Walsh-Benn, Ormathwaite, co. 
Cumberland, Bart. 

Arg. a fess fusily sa. betw, two cotises gu. 
Richards, Rew, co, Devon ; Islewortb, Mid- 
dlesex ; and co, Somerset. 

Arg. a fess cotised sa. Bicksbery, 

Arg. a fess cotised sa. betw. three tufts of grass 
vert. Leveemoee, Exeter, co. Devon. 



FESS betw. or within cont. 

2 Cotises cont. 
Arg, a fess and two cotises humetty sa, a bordure 

gu. charged with escallops arg. Gousnoe ; 

Harl. MS. 1549, fo. 197. 
Az. a fess cotised arg. betw. six crosslets or. 

PoLEESWORTH, CO. Warwick. 
Az. a fess cotised arg. betw. six crosses crosslet 

or. PolesworthMonastery, co. Warwick. 
Az. a fess cotised arg. beiw. three close helmets 

or. Armigee, Suff.'lk. 
Az. a fess cotised and engr. betw, three doves arg. 

PoTE, Cloughton, CO. Devon. 
Az. a fess arg. cotised or betw. six crosses crosslet 

of the second. Pipe. 
Az. fretty arg. a fess betw. two cotises gu. 

Badesbdey. 
Az. a fess erm. cotised arg. betw. three goat's 

heads erased of the third attired or. Gason, 

Richmond, Nenagh,Tipperary. Gason, Ickham, 

Kent; granted 1589, V. 
Az. a fess erm. betw. two cotises engr. or in chief 

as many swans respecting each other wings 

elevated in base a lion ramp. arg. Edmondson, 

London; Mowbray Herald Extra; granted 18 

March. 1765. 
Az. a fess erm. cotised or betw. three goat's heads 

erased arg. Girdler, co. Stafford. 
Az. a fess or cotised arg. betw. six crosslets of the 

second. Sir Richard Pype, V. 
Az. a fess betw, two cotises or. Eaele. 
Az, a fess cotised or betw, six crosses crosslet 

arg. Pipe, Essex, 
Az, a fess cotised betw. three fleurs de-lis or. 

SiCELTON.High House, Cumberland; a younger 

branch of Skellon of Branthwaite, 
Az. a fess engr. cotised betw. tliree pigeons each 

having in the beak a cross formy fitchy all or. 

Poet or Porte, cck Derby. 
Az. a fess vairy or and gu. with cotises engr. betw. 

three cinquefoils of the second. Pottee, 

Liverpool, 
Erra. a fess cotised sa, all within a bordure az. 

Calamy or Calimie. 
Gn. a fess cotised arg. Noemanvile. Peayees 

or Peeeees, Essex. 
Gu. a fess cotised arg. betw. six billets of the 

second, Malyn, V. 
Gu, a fess cotised arg. betw. eight billets of the 

last ; three and two in chief and two and one in 

base. Maly, Kent. 
Gu, a fess cotised arg, betw, nine billets of the 

second three two three and one. Wra. Malyn, 

Kent, V. 
Gu. a fess cotised betw. three crescents arg. 

Holloway. 
Gu. a fess cotised arg. betw, two plates in chief 

and a crescent in base of the second, Zorks, 
Gu. a fess arg. cotised or betw. three crescents of 

the second. Holloway, Maydenhatch, co. 

Berks. 
Gu. a fess cotised or betw. two frets arg. Drake-, 

Essex, V. 
Gu. a fess cotised betw. two frets or. Drake or 

Drakes, Essex. 
Gu. a fess coiised or over all two sabres addorsed 

saltireways az. hilt and pomel of the second. 

Aggs or Agall. 
Or a fess cotised az. Delamare. Man. 
Or a fess cotised az. a bend gu. Pembridge. 
Or a fess cotised gu. Delamare, Essex, 
Or a fess cotised gu. betw, three escutcheons 

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FESS betw. or within... cont. 
2 Cotises cont. 
Or a fess cotised gu. betw. three hind's heads sa. 

HODTON. 

Or a fess coti-^ed gu. betw. three tiger's heads 

erased sa. Jenkinson, W. 
Or a fess cotised sa. Fisher, Chilton Condover, 

CO. Hants. 
Or a fess cotised betw. three conies sa. Audley 

or Avdly; granted 1008. 
Or a fess cotised sa. betw, three carpenter's com- 
passes extended hz. Nathan. 
Or a fess plain betw. two cotices indented sa. 

Castle, V. 
Sa. a fess cotised betw. three conies arg. Coney, 

Gillingham, Norfolk. 
Sa. a fess cotised betw. three conies courant arg. 

CoNNY, Gillingham. 
Sa. a fess cotised betw. three lion's heads erased 

arg. crowned or. Wood, Lewes, and West 

Godley, Sussex, ( V.) 
Sa. a fess betw. two cotices dancetty arg. 

Pariiy, V. 
Sa. a fess erminois cotised or betw. three martlets 

of the last, each charged with an ermine spot. 

Smith, Sydling St. Nicholas, co. Dorset, Bart. 
Sa. a fess cotised or betw. three conies sejant arg. 

Coney; Pole, Devon, iii, 95. 
Sa. a fess cotised betw. three marllets or. 

Smith, Exeter, co. Devon. Smith, Madfoid, 

CO. Devon. 
Sa. a fess cotised wavy betw. three martlets or. 

Smith, Suttons, Essex. 
Sa. a fess couped betw. two cotises and three 

mardets or. Smith, co. Dorset. 
Sa. a fess cotised betw. three partridges volant or. 

Partrich. 
Vert a fess engr. arg. cotised of the last betw. 

three pigeons each holding in the beak a cross 

formy fiichy or. Port, Ham, co. StaHbrd. 
.... a fess cotised betw. three falcons close. 

Hawkey, Trevagoe in St. Winnon, and Launcels, 

Cornwall. 

3 Cotises 

Arp. a fess per fess indented vert, and sa. betw. 
three plain coiises of the last. Oddie, Colney 
House, CO. Herts; Siorkhouse and Gisburne, 
CO. York. 

4 Cotises 

Arg. a fess double cotised az. Badlesmere. 

Sire Bartholomew de Badlesmeke, N, V. 

Welfare, V. 
Arg. a fess erm. double cotised sa. Harleston, 

Essex, V. 
Arg. a fess double cotised gu. betw. three fleurs- 

do lis az. Barkston, co. York. 
Arg. a fess nebuly betw. four plain cotises gu. 

Fynchfield, V. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. four cotises wavy sa. Elliot. 

Sir Thomas Elyott, V. Ellyott. 
Arg. a fess party per fess indented gu. and or. 

double cotised az. Fleshing, V. 
Arg. a fess per fess indented or and sa. betw. 

four cotises of the last. Hody. 
Arg. a fess double cotised sa. Biskbery or 

BiSKEBURY. GuLFoRD, CO. Stafford. 
Arg. a fess betw. four cotises wavy sa. Allott. 
Az. (?) a fess betw. four cotises wavy gu. Elliot, 

Port Elliot, Cornwall. 
Erm. a fess az. with two double cotises indented 

vert. Glasse, Binfield, co. Berks. 
Gu. a fess double cotised arg. Rafe. Sire Johan 

de I'reieres, N. Praers, V. 



FESS betw. or within cojit. 

4 Cotises cont. 
Or a fess double cotised az. Del^mare, V, 

Sire Geffry de la Mare, N. 
Or a fess double cotised az. over all a bendlet gu. 

Sir John Pekbruqge, S. 
Or a fess gu. betw. four cotises wavy sa. Elliot, 

Suffolk; granted 1614. Elliot. 
Sa. a fess double cotised dancetty erm. betw. 

three fleurs-de-lis arg. Marston. 
Crescent 
.... a fess engr. betw. two mullets in chief and a 

crescent in base within a bordure engr 

Cause, Scotland. 
Arg. a fess az. betw. a mullet and two crosses 

crosslet fitchy in chief and in base a crescent 

gu. Bernhulm, Glendie, Scotland. 
Arg. a fess az. betw. two stars in chief and a 

crescent in base gu. Dick, Braid, Midlothian, 

W.S.; Baronetcy 1042. 
Arg. a fess dancetty sa. in chief a crescent and in 

base a lion ramp. gu. Morres, Lord Frankfort, 

Ireland ; now De Montmorency. 
Arg. a fess wreathed az. and gu. betw. a crescent 

in chief and a cinquefoil in base of the second. 

WiLKiE, Scotland ; Balfour's MS. 
Arg. a fess wreathed az. and gu. betw. a crescent 

in chief of the second and a cinquefoil in base 

of the third. Carmichael. 
Arg. a fess wreathed of five pieces gu. and vert 

in chief two elder leaves of the third and a 

crescent in base az. Eldershaw, Scotland. 
Az. a fess wavy arg. goutty de sang in chief two 

crosses crosslet fiichy and in base a crescent 

of the second. Warner. 
Az. a fe.>-s chequy arg. and gu. betw. three roses 

in ciiief and a crescent in base of the second. 

Boyd, Edinburgh. 
Az. a fess chequy or and gu. in chief three mul- 
lets of the second in base a crescent gold. 

Boyd, Danson Hill, Kent; Baronetcy 177.5. 
Az. a fess erm. betw. three mullets in chief or 

and a crescent in base arg. Weir; certified 

1779. 
Az. a fess erm. betw. three mullets in chief and a 

crescent in base cr. Weak. 
Gu. a fess engr. betw. a cinquefoil in chief and a 

crescent in base arg. Cone, Scotland. 
Gu. a fess erm. betw. a crescent in chief and two 

swords in saltire hilted and pomelled or in base. 

Crawfurd, Cartsburn, cadet of Jordanbill. 
Or a fess chequy arg. and az. betw. three mullets 

in chief and a crescent in base gu. Chanirew, 

Scotland. 
Or a fess chequy arg. and az. betw. two garbs 

in chief and a crescent in base of the second. 

Stewart, Tile-the-cap, co. Banff, Scotland. 
Or a fess chequy az, and arg. betw. two boar's 

heads in chief sa. and a crescent in base within 

a bordure gu. Mercier, Northumberland. 
Or a fess sa. between a lion pass, guard, gu. in 

chief and a crescent in base of the last. Wauch 

or Waugh. 
Per fess gu, and az. a fess or betw. a mullet in 

chief and a crescent in base arg. Moxon. 
Quarterly or and arg. a fess wreathed az. and gu. 

in the first and fourth quarters a camel's bead 

couped sa. bridled of the fourth ; in the second 

quarter a crescent ; and in the third quarter a 

cinquefoil both of the last. Wilkie, St. Vin- 
cent; granted 15 Sept. 1770. 
Sa. a fess betw. three piles chief and a crescent in 

base. BttATRENS, Scotland, 



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FESS betw. or within. . ..con f. 

2 Crescents 

Arg. a fess betw. two crescents gu. Wassand. 
Arg. a fess gu. in cliief two crescents of the 

second in base a buglehorn of the last stringed 

vert. Neale, Warnford, co. Hants ; granted 

1579. 
Arg. a fess sa. betw. two crescents in chief and a 
. cross raoline in base gu. Yule, Scotland. 
Arg. a fess and in chief two crescents in base a 

leopard's head sa. Lee, co. Oxford. 
Az. a fess betw. an inciescent and decrescent in 

chief and in base a branch of palm slipped arg. 

NiVEN, Shousburgh, and Windhouse, Zetland ; 

Lyon Bej. 
Az. a fess wavy or betw. two crescents in chief 

and a dolphin embowed in base arg. Fish, 

Middlesex. 
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and az. betw. two crescents 

in chief and a lion pass, guard, in base or. 

Sir James Claek, M.D.; Batonelcy 1837. 
Or a fess chequy arg. and az. betw. two crescents 

in chief and a boar's liead couped in base. 

Clerk, Comrie Castle, co. Perth. 
Or a fess chequy az. and arg. betw. two crescents 

in chief and a boar's head erased in base gu. all 

within a bordure of the last charged with eight 

bezants. Clerk, Mavis Bank. 
Oi- a fe>s chequy az. and arg. betw. two crpscents 

in chief gu. and a boar's head couped in base 

S8. Clei;k, Pennycuick, Scotland ; Baronetcy 

1679. 
Or a ft-ss chequy az. and nrg. betw. two crescents 

in chief gu. and a boar's head couped in base 

sa. all wiihin a bordure of the fourth. Clerk, 

Liston Speills. 
Quarterly arg. and or a fess lozengy az. in the 

first and fourth a crescent gu. Cross. 

3 Crescents 

Arg. a fess betw. three crescents az. Barden, co. 
York. Patishall. 

Arg. a fess betw. three crescents az. issuing 
flames. Poe,M.D. to Queen Elizabeth, James 
and Charles I. Powe. 

Arg. a fess az. betw. three crescents gu. Dillon- 
Lee, Viscount Dillon ; quartering arg. a lion 
pass. betw. three crescents gu. (query, an error). 
Odles, V. PvESLEY or Risley, Chatwood, co. 
Bucks. RisEBEY, CO. Bucks. 

Arg. a lion ramp. betw. three crescents sur 
mounted by as many estoiles gu. over alia fess 
az. Dillon, Proudston, and Skreen, co. Meath, 
Ireland ; granted by Francis, Emperor of Ger- 
many, 2-i August 1707. 

Arg. a lion ramp, guard, betw. three crescents 
surmounted by as many estoiles gu. over all a 
fess az. Dillon, Ireland. 

Arg. a fess a/,, betw. three lion's heads erased in 
chief and as many crescents in base gu. 
Pentland, That Ilk. 

At^. a fess az. betw. three crescents sa. Newport, 
Hanley Court, co. Worcester. James Wake- 
man, assumed the name and arms of Newport; 
and his son succeeding to the Charlett pro- 
perty took the surname and arms of Chai-lett. 
Quartered with Charlett, 

Arg. a fess nebuly az. betw. three crescents jess- 
ant fleurs-de-lis sa. Sidemee or Sidnor. 
York, co. Devon. The same a bordure engr. 
.... YoRKE, CO. Devon. The same a bordure 
engr. gu. Sidemer or Sidnob. 

Arg. a fess chequy or and az. betw. three 
crescents gu. Arderne, co. Warwick. 



FESS betw. or within. . . .coat. 
3 Crescents cont. 
Arg. a fess betw. three crescents gu. Asherburne. 
BoNTEViLLEN, Northumberland. Robert 
BouTEViLAiN.E. Dellee or Dellt. Harold, 
Ireland. Holbourne. William Innper, F, 
James Prince Lee, Bishop of Manchester 
1847 ;S("aZ. Melvile, Glenbervie, Scotland. 
Ogle, co. Northampton ; and Northumberland. 
Ogle, Ogle Castle, Nortliumberland ; derived 
from the marriage of Sir Robert Ogle, son of 
Robert Ogle, of Ogle, living temp. Edward III. 
with Helen, dau. and heiress of Sir Robert 
Bertram, Knt. feudal Baron of Bothail ; 
quartering az. an orle arg. for Bertram. 
Richard de Ogle, X. Ogle, Wnrthy, co. Hants, 
Bart. Ogle, Kirkley Hall, Northumberland ; 
derived from John Ogle, third son, of Ralph, 
third Lord Ogle, who d. in 1512; quariering 
az. an orle arg. for Bertram. Ogle, Egling- 
ham, Northumberland ; descended from Mark 
Ogle of Eglingham, who had a grant of arms in 
1535; quartering or an escutcheon az. on a 
chief of the last six annulets or. M. Robert 
Ogyl, <S; quartering or an orle az. Patishall 
or Pattishall. Patshull, B]etsho,co. Bedford, 
Joan de Pateshulle, F. Rosington or 
RossiNGTON, Seropton, co. Derby, V. 
Rossington, Youlgrave, and Seropton, co. 
Derby. Tindall. Weyer or Weyre, co. 
Stafford ; and Suffolk. Sire William Weyer, 
N, V. Wither. Wyther. Sir Willi. m 
Wyther, CO. Stafl'ord, V. Sire Thomas 
Wyther, 0. Thomas Wythre, Y. Sir William 
Wither, Suffolk; temp. Edw. I. V. 

Arg. a fess betw. three crescents jessant as many 
fleursde-lis gu. Ogle, Scotland. Ogle, 
Pinchbeck, co. Lincoln. Orgill, Beccles, 
Sutfulk. 

Ars7. a fess dancetty betw. three crescents gu. 
Dean. Deane, co. Rutland. Sir Henry Den, 
L, Doyle. 

Arg. a fess indented betw. three crescents gu. 
Dene. Rouse or Rowse, Cranford, Suffolk. 

Arg. a fess gu. betw. three crescents sa. 
Wythers, CO. Devon. 

Arg. a fess wavy gu. betw. three crescents sa. an 
annulet for diff. Winsmore, co. Worcester. 

Arg. a fess sa. betw. three crescents az. Patishall 
or Pateshall, co. Northampton. 

Arg. a fess sa. betw. three crescents gn. 
Derward or DuRWARD, CO. Northampton, V. 
Kinarby. Pateshall. V. Patishall, Essex. 
Patsell. Sire Job an de Pateshulle, A'. 
Patisuull. Sire John de Patishull, O. 
Hugh de Pateshull, Bishop of Lichfield and 
Coventry, P24ii-L Joan de Pateshull, E. 

Arg. a fess sa. betw. three crescents gu. within a 
bordure engr. of the second. Kynardby, F. 

Arg. a fess fusilly sa. betw. three crescents gu. 
Lye. 

Arg. a fess nebuly sa. betw. three crescents pn. 
Pateshall. Sir Walter Pateshali,, Essex ; 
temp. Edw. I. F. 

Arg. a fess wavy sa. betw. three crescents gu. 
Pateshall. Sire Wauter de Patishule, N. 

Arg. a fess betw. three crescents sa. Atlee, F. 
Atley. Delaber. Deli.ee or Delee. Harly, 
Ireland. Lacy. Lee, Barna, co. Limerick. 
M. Walter de la Leey, S. Lee, Qiiarendon, 
CO. Bucks; and Ditchley, co. Oxford; a grant 
of arms 18 April, 1513. A fleur-de-lis for ditf. ; 
Lee, Clarenceux King of Anns temp. Eliza- 



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F£SS betw. or within.... con t. 
3 Crescents cont. 

bi'tli. Newport, co. Hertford; and Welton, 

CO. Noiiliampion, V. Massy. Rochester. 
Arg. afess betw. three crescents sa. each charged 

with another of the first. Derward, V. 
Arg. a fess betw. three increscents sa. Newport, 

CO. Worcester. 
Arg. a fess betw. three crescents sa. issuant fire 

ppr. Wyman, Green Hall, Sussex. 
Arg. a fess counterembattled betw. three crescents 

sa. Walkhr, Wakefield, co. York. 
Aig. a fess dancetty betw. three crescents sa. 

West. 
Arg. a fess engr. betw. three crescents sa. Sire 

Want de Pateshull, 0. 
Arg. a fess indented betw. three crescents sa. 

Rous or RowsE, Suflfolk. 
Arg. a fess nebuly betw. three crescents sa. 

Sr. Walter Pattisshull, Essex; temp. Edw. J. 

V. Patishill. Pastyshill. Pateshull. 
Az. a fess between three crescents arg. Dally. 

Hodges, Shipton Moyne, co. Gloucester. 
Az. a fess betw. an irjcrescent and adecres^cent in 

chief and a crescent in base arg. Niven, 

England. 
Az. a fess wavy betw. a decrescent in chief arg. 

with a mullet betw. its horns or and in base 

two crescents interlaced of the second with a 

cross paty betw. them of the third. Christian, 

CO. Waterford. • 
Az. a fess arg. betw. three crescents or. 

LUNEL. 

Az. a fess embattled betw. three crescents erm. 
Weld. 

Az. a fess nebuly betw, three crescents erm. 
Weld, Eaton, Newbold Astburv, and Rushton, 
CO. Chester; derived from the marriage of 
William Weld, Sheriff of London in 135'2, with 
Anne, dau. and heiress of Nicholas Wetten- 
hall. The last direct male heir s. p. 1705. 
Weld, co. Salop. Weld, Lnhvorth, co. 
Dorset; founded by Sir Humphrey Weld. Knt. 
Lord Mayor of London, 1002. Weld, Willey 
Paik, descended from John, second son ot 
John Weld, of Eaton ; living temp. Henry VIII, 
Sir Hiimfry Wylde, Lord Mayor of London, 
W. Wiia)E, London. Within a bordnre arg. 
with a martlet for diff. ; Weld, co. Chester; 
and London. 

Az. a fess wavy betw. three crescents erm. 
Weelde. 

Az. a fess or betw. three crescents arg. 

SiDNAIJ.. 

A z. a fess betw. three crescents or. Hodges, co. 
Gloucester. 

Az. a fess betw. three crescents or each charged 
with an ogress. St. Omer. 

Az. a fess nebuly betw. three crescents or. 
Cheyny ; Harl. MS. 1S86, fo.68. Retherfield. 
Rotherfieij). a fleur-de-lis gu. for diff. 
M. Thomas Chtjyne, S, V. 

Az. a fess nebuly belw. three crescents each hav- 
ing an estoile issuing from betw. their horns 
or. Bateman, Whitechapel, Middlesex. 

Az. a fess wavy betw. three crescents or. 
Cheyney. 

Erm. a less az. betw, three crescents gu. 
Rogers. 

Erm. a fess countercompony or and az. betw. 
three crescents gu. Holeman. Sir Henry 
Akderne, CO. Warwick, V. Arden, V. 

Erm. a fess betw. three crescents gu. Ogle. 



FESS betw. or within.... cc/«t. 
3 Crescents cont. 

Gu. a fess betw. three crescents arg. Holeway, 
CO. Devon, V. Holloway. Holway. Hoi.wey, 
V. Howay, Howay, co. Devon. Mansion, 
Kent. Maston, Kent. Nugent, Ireland. 
Okeham, Upmiuster, Esstx. Nicolas de 
Ockham, Y. Sire de Okham, V. 

Gu, a fess chequy arg. and az. betw. three 
crescents or. R^w, Scotland. 

Gu. a fess erm. betw. three crescents arg. 
Craig. IIalloway, London. Holloway, 
London. 

Gu. a fess nebuly betw. three crescents erm. a 
bordure dovetailed arg. Gobdon-Weld. 

Gu. a fess betw. three crescents or. Ihoraas 
de Boynton, Y. Boynton, co. York. Okeham 
or Okham. 0- Regan. 

Gu. a fess couped betw. three crescents or. 
Holburne, Menstrie, co. Edinburgh ; Baro- 
netcy 17U5; quartering or an orle gu. 

Or a fess betw. three crescents az. Mushat or 
Mushbt, Ent?land. 

Or a fess chequy arg. and az. betw. three 
crescents jessant as many crosses crosslet 
filchy gu. RuWAN, Scotland. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. betw. three 
crescents gu. Stewart. 

Or a fess chequy bz. and arg. betw. three 
crosses crosslet fitchy in chief and as many 
crescents in base gu. Rowan, Scotland ; 
Font's MS. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. betw. three 
crescents in chief gu. and a boar's head couped 
sa. betw. two mullets of the fourth in base 
all within a bordure engr. of the fifth. Clerk, 
Norwich. 

Or a ftss betw. three crescents gu. M. Thomas 
de Boynton, S. Boynton, Acklam, and Barm- 
ston, CO. York ; Scrape, v. Grosvenor, 309 ; 
Baronetcy 1018. Werall, co, Stafford. 
Weryell. Worrall, Stourton. Langley, 
Wikeham Abbey, Mtilton, co. York; quartering 
paly of six arg. and vert. 

Or a fe.ss betw. three crescents in chief and as 
many fieurs-de lis in base barways gu. 
Seton, St. Germans, Scotland. 

Or a fess sa. betw. three crfescents az. 
Bremmore, CO. Wilt?. 

Or. a fess sa. betw. three crescents az. issuing 
flames ppr. Poe, Harley Park, co. Tipperary. 

Or a fess betw. three crescents sa. Rochester, 
Essex, V. 

Per fess undy arg. and gu. a fess betw. three 
cresctnts all counterchanged. Springett, 
Sussex; granted 2] Nov. 1612. 

Per fess aig. and gu. a fess wavy betw. three 
crescents counterchanged. Springet, Kent; 
and Sussex. 

Quarterly az. and arg. a fess wavy or betw, three 
crescents counterchanged. Addenbrooke, 
WooUaston Hall, near Stourbridge, co. Wor- 
cester. Homfray-Addenbrooke, Wollaston 
Hall, CO. Worcester ; quartering gu. a cross 
botonny erm. with five tails; quarterly arg. 
and sa. and sa. four pallets erm. for Homfray. 

Sa. a fess betw. three crescents arg. Coventry. 
FiTZ Simon, V. Fitz-Symond, Norfolk ; and 
CO. Northampton. Symon or Symonds. Sire 
Johan fiz Simoun, N. Sire Jofaau fiz Simond, 
0. Sir John fitz Symon, R. 

Sa. a fess crenelly betw. three crescents arg. 
Walker, Middlesex. 



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FESS betw. or within .... cont. 

3 Crescents cont. 

Sa. a fess engr. betw. tliree crescents arg. 

Ashley, Norfolk; and Suffolk. 
Sa. a fess wavy nrg. betw. three crescents erm. 

Weld, co. York. 
Sa. a fess erm. betw. three crescents arg. 

KiNCRAIGIE. MaSTON. 

Sa. a fess embattled erm. betw. three creFcents 
arg. Glover, Norwoods in Cudhanis, Kent; 
and Tatsfield, Surrey. Glover, Norfolk; 
and Suffolk; granted J 611. 

Sn. a fess erm. betw. three crescents or. 
CovENTRE or Coventry, co. Worcester, V. 
Coventry, Earl of Coventry. 

Sa. a fess dancetty erm. betw. three crescents or. 
Rewse, Hedgstone, Middlesex. 

Sa. a fess indented erm. betw. three crescents or. 
Rous. 

Sa. a fess erminites betw. three crescents arg. 
Glover. 

Sa. a fess dancetty or betw. three crescents arg. 
Rous, Earl of Stradbroke. 

Sa. a fess betw. three crescents or. Coventry, 
AUesborough; Z, 372. M'Inchoell, Scot- 
land. Mac Michael, Scotland. M'Miohel. 
Symon or Symonds. 

4 Crescents 

Arg. a fess betw. four crescents go. three.in chief 
and one in base. NowERS, V. 
6 Crescents 

Sa. a fess betw. six crescents arg. Fitz- 
Symon. 

Sa. a fess betw. six crescents or. Fitz-Symon. 
Cross 

.... a fess betw. a cross formy inter two crescents 
in chief and a boar's head and neck couped in 
base Knox, Dundee, Scotland. 

Arg. a fess counterembattled betw. two cinque- 
foils in chief and a cross crosslet in base gu. 
Keirie, Gogar, Scotland. 

Arg. a fess gu. betw. two boar's heads in chief 
erased sa. and a cross patty in base of the 
second. Ponde ; Somerset Herald ; temp. 
Henry VIII. 

Or a fess sa. in chief a lion pass. gu. holding a 
cross crosslet fiicliy sa. in base a plain cross 
betw. four ermine spots. Vawdrey, Riddings, 
CO. Chester. 

Per fess or and arg. a fess sa. in chief a lion pass, 
gu. holding in his dexter paw a cross patty 
fitchy of the third in base a cross huinetty betw. 
four ermine spots. Vawdrey, Tushiugham 
Hall, CO. Chester. 

Sa. a fess countercompony or and gu. in chief a 
cross crosslet fitchy of the second betw. two 
lion's heads erased arg. in base a lion's head as 
the last inter two crosses as in chief. March, 
Redworth, co. Durham. 
2 Crosses 

Arg. a fess az. betw. two crosslets fitchy in chief 
and a mullet in base gu. Sharp, Stoniehill, 
Scotland. 

Arg. a fess az. betw. two crosslets fitchy in chief 
sa. and a mullet in base gu. Sharp. 

(Arg.) a fess chequy arg. and az. in chief two 
crosses crosslet and in base a covered cup 
gu. BuRGEs, Parkanaur, co. T3rone; and 
Eastham, Essex ; quartering paly of eight or 
and gu. within a bordure or pellety for 
Lloyd, 

Arg. a fess sa. betw. two crescents in chief and a 
cross moline in basegu.. Yule, Scotland. 



.cont. 



TESS betw. or within. , 

2 Crosses cont. 

Az. a fess wavy arg. jioutty de sang in chief two 

crosses crosslet fitchy in base a crescent of the 

second. Warner. 
Az. a fess chequy arg. and gu. betw. two crosslets 

fitchy in chief and as many stars in base of the 

second. Boyd, Trochrig. 
Gu. a fess chequy or and sa. betw. two crosses 

patty of the second. Bowler. 
Or a fess chequy az. and erm, betw. in chief two 

crosses patty gu. and in base a thistle ppr. all 

within a bordure of the second. Stuart, 

Baronetcy 1840. 
Quarterly gu. and vert in the first and fourth a 

fleur-de lis in the second and third a cross 

avelane invecked or over all a fess dancetty 

erm. Summers. 

3 Crosses 

Arg. a fess betw. three crosslets az. Aldbright. 
Arg. a fess betw. three crosses crosslet fitchy az. 

Alborough or Albrough, V. Aldeburgh, V*. 
Arg. a fess betw. three crosses moline pierced az. 

Miller, Millheugh, Scotland. 
Arg. a fess az. fretty or betw. a lion pass, in chief 

and three crosses crosslet fitchy in base gu. 

Camplj:shon. 
Arg. a fess chequy gu. and az. betw. three crosslets 

fitchy sa. Edward Reynolds, Bishop of Nor- 
wich, 16CI-7(i. 
Arg. a fess chequy or and gu: betw. three crosses 

crosslet sa. Pordage, Sandwich, Kent. 
Arg. a fess compony or and gu. betw. three cross- 
lets fitchy of the last. Gravene. Sir William 

G raven E, V. 
Arg. a fess gu. betw. three crosses crosslet 

fitchy az. M'Adam, co. Galloway, Scotland. 

Webster, Edinburgh, Scotland. 
Arg. a fess dancetty betw. three crosses botonny 

fitchy gu. Sandys, Eslhwaite, and Gray- 

thwaite, CO. Lancaster ; derived from .Anthony 

Sandys of Esthwaite, living about the middle 

of the sixteenth century, younger brother of 

Edvfin Sandys, Archbishop of York, ancejstor of 

the Lords Sandys of Ombersley. 
Arg. a fess betw. three crosslets gu. Pyntrell. 
Aig. a fess betw. three crosses crosslet gu. 

Pyntrell, V. 
Arg. a fess betw. three crosses crosslet fitchy gu. 

Crane, Suffolk. Crane, Chilton, Suffolk; 

extinct Bart. Olney. Sanders, Scotland. 
Arg. a fess dancetty betw. three crosses crosslet 

fitchy gu. Chaps. Sanders. Sandez, V. 

Sandes, V. 
Arg. a fess wavy betw. three crosses cros.slet 

fitchy gu. Bamford, Colton, co. Stafford. 
Arg. a fess dancetty betw. three crosses pomels 

fitchy gu. Sandes, or Sands, Lattimer, 

CO. Bucks, and Cumberland. 
Arg. a fess wavy betw. three crosses potent 

fitchy gu. BoKiNGE,Boking, Suffolk. 
Arg. a fess betw. three crosslets sa. Lea, W. 
Arg. a fess betw. three crosses crosslet sa. 

Lawton, CO. Chester, W. 
Arg. a fess betw. three crosses crosslet fitchy 

sa. GoDERiDGE, CO. Dcvou ; granted by Camden. 
Arg. a fess dancetty betw. three crosses crosslet 

sa. Boughton, Kent, V. 
Arg. a fess nebuly betw. three crosses crosslet 

fitchy sa. Harrison. 
Arg. a fess rompu betw. three crosses crosslet 

fitchy sa. Bedolfe or Bedell, co. Stafford ; 

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F£SS betw. or witMn. . ..cont. 
3 Crosses cont. 
Arg. a fess belw. three crosses formy fitchy sa. 

Reyley and Riley, co. Devon ; and of the 

Green, co. Lancaster. 
Arg. a fess hurnetty and engr. betw. three crosses 

formy fJtchy sa. Bradley, co. Warwick. 
Arg. a fess betw. three crosses patty sa. Garmyn, 

V* Garnon. Joce. Northcote,co. Devon. 
Arg. a fess betw. three crosses moline sa. 

NoRTHcoTE, Hayne, co. Devon ; baronetcy 

1641 ; quartering arg. three crosslets in bend sa. 
Az. a fess betw. three crosses bottony arg. 

Andeorocqh. 
Az. a fess betw. three crosses crosslet arg. 

Andborough. 
Az. a fess engr. betw. three crosses crosslet arg. 

Bristed. 
Az. a fess arg. betw. three crosslets or. 

AUDBOROUGH. 

Az. a fess arg. betw. three crosses crosslet 

or. Aldborouoh or Aldeburghe, co. York. 
Az. a fess arg. betw. three crosses floretty or. 

Annburgh. 
Az. a fess dancetty erm. betw. three crosses 

crosslet litchy or. Bakneston. 
Az. a fess nebuly erm. betw. three crosses crosslet 

fitchy or. Caston ; Harl. MS. 1386, fo. 36. 
Az. a fess nebuly erra. betw. three crosses formy 

or. Caston. 
Az. a fess wavy erm. betw. three crosses formy 

fitchy or. Caston. 
Az. a fess nebuly erm. betw. three crosses patty 

fitchy or. Caston. William Caston, V. 
Az. a fess or betw. three crosses crosslet fitchy 

arg. Pix. 
Az. a fess dancetty betw. three crosses botonny 

fitchy or. Stanwix, Carlisle, Cumberland; 

temp. Edward III. ; Visitation 1605. 
Az. a fess betw. three crosses crosslet fitchy or. 

PrxT, Hawkhurst, Kent. 
Erm. a fess gu, betw. three crosses botonny az. 

Button or Budden ; granted 10 December, 

1690. 
Erm. a fess betw. three crosses crosslet or. 

Crownall. Cornwall ; Harl. MS. 1404, fo. 114. 
Erm. five fusils conjoined in fess sa. betw. three 

crosslets fitchy of the last. Poynton, V. 
Gu. a fess betw. three crosses botonny arg. 

Pearche. 
Gu. a fess betw. three mullets in chief and as 

many crosses crosslet in base arg. Cbagg. 
Gu. a fess wavy betw. three crosses formy fitchy 

arg. BoNHAM, CO. Wilts. Another, of Essex. 

fitchy in the foot. 
Gu. a fess betw. three crosses patty arg. 

Snotherley. Soothwopth or Soworth. 
Gu. a fess arg. betw. three crosses formy engr. 

erm. Champney. 
Gu. a fess arg. betw. three crosses crosslet or. 

Tirrell. 
Gu. a fess arg. betw. three crosses formy 

or. Snotterijiy, Norfolk. Snotherle, V. 

Spotherle, v.* 
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and sa. betw. three crosses 

fleury of the second. Boteler. 
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and sa. betw. three 

crosses potence arg. William Botilleb de 

Wemme, Y. 
Gu. a fess betw. three crosses formy engr. erm. 

Crossele or Crossley. 
Gu. a fess or betw. three crosses crosslet fitchy 

arg. Gore, 



.cont. 



engr. or. 



FESS betw. or within . . , 
3 Crosses cont. 
Gu. a fess betw. three crosses 

Crosley. 
Gu. a fess dancetty betw. three crosses botonny 

fitchy or. Yeber. 
Gu. a fess betw. three crosses crosslet or. 

BeAC CHAMP. 

Gu. a fess betw. three crosses crosslet or a 
crescent for diff. Gore, Enfield, Middlesex. 
Gore, Belleck Abbey, co. Mayo. 

Gu. a fess betw. three crosses crosslet or a bor- 
dure arg; quartering gu. a falcon rising or 
within an orle wavy on the outer side and engr. 
on the inner side arg. for Knox. Knox Gore, 
Belleck Manor, co. Mayo, Ireland ; Baronetcy 
1868. 

Gu. a fess betw. three crosses crosslet fitchy or. 
Gore, Barrow Court, co. Somerset. Gore, 
Lord Mayor of London, 1702. Gore, Manor 
Gore, CO. Donegal; Baronetcy 1621. Gore, 
Tring, co. Herts ; and London ; granted 
1587. GoKE, Earl of Arran ; quartering Saun- 
ders. Quarterly first and fourth gu. a fess 
betw. three crosses crosslet fitchy or; second 
and third gu. a bend betw. six crosses crosslet 
fitchy or a canton arg. charged with a rose of 
the field for distinction for Ormsby. Quarter- 
ing 2nd, Gore. 3rd, Arg. a whirlpool az. for 
Gorges. 4th, Arg a chev. sa. betw. three coots 
ppr. for Coote. An escutcheon of pretence, 
1st, Ormsby, without the canton ; 2nd, Sa. 
three chessrooks arg. a chief or a coat of aug- 
mentation : 3rd, Gu. a chev. betw. three lions 
ramp, or for Owen; 4th, Maurice; 5th, Lacon ; 
6th Godolphin. Gore, Porkington, co. 
Salop. 

Gu. a fess betw. three crosses crosslet fitchy in 
chief and a lion ramp, in base or. Gapper, 
CO. Somerset. 

Gu. a fess dancetty betw. three crosses crosslet 
fitchy or. Yeber, 

Gu. a fess indented betw. three crosses crosslet 
fitchy or. Sands. Yeber, V. 

Gu. a fess betw. three crosses patty fitchy 
in the feet or a crescent for difi". Bales, 
Norton, co. Northampton. 

Gu. a fess vairy betw. three crosses formy or. 
Filley. 

Or a fess chequy arg. and az. betw. three 
crescents jessant as many crosses crosslet 
fitchy gu. Rowan, Scotland. 

Or a fess chequy arg. and az. betw. three crosses 
crosslet fitchy in chief and as many cushions 
in base gu. Steuabt, Auohlunkart, Scotland. 
The same within a bordure engr. az. Stewart, 
Drummin ; and Stewart, Carnousie, co. Banfi" ; 
and Belladrum, co. Inverness ; a cadet of 
Drummin. 

Or a fess chequy az. and arg. betw. three crosses 
crosslet fitchy in chief and as many crescents 
in base gu. Rowan, Scotland ; Font's MS. 

Or a fess dancetty betw. three crosses botonny 
fitchy gu. Sanders. Sandys, Baron Sandys 
of Ombersley, co. Worcester; derived from 
Samuel of Ombersley, eldest son of Edwin 
Sandys, Archbishop of York. 

Or a fess dancetty betw. three crosses crosslet gu. 
Sands, co. Lancaster. 

Or a fess betw. three crosses crosslet fitchy gu. 

GOARE. 

Or a fess dancetty betw. three crosses crosslet 
fitchy gu. Sandes, Little Harrow, co. Buck';. 

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FESS betw. or withia cont. 

3 Crosses covt. 
HiLi,, Baron Sandys. Sandys-Bayntun, Mis- 
senden Castle, co. Gloucester; Bart.; quar- 
tering pean a bend lozengy arg. for Bayntun. 
Sandys, Baron Sandys, of Omberslej', co. 
Worcester; derived from Samuel Sandys, 
of Ombersley, eldest son of Edwin Sandys, 
Archbishop of York. Sandys, Northborne 
Court, Kent; derived from Sir Edwin, second 
son of Dr. Sandys, Archbishop of York. 
Sands, Sandys or Sandes, Wilberton, Isle of 
Ely; South Petherton, co. Somerset; Peters- 
bam, Surrey ; and Westmorland. 
Or a iess engr. betw. three crosses crosslet fitchy 

gU. GOATER. 

Or a fess indented betw. three crosses crosslet 
fitchy gu. Sandys, co. Worcester; Llanarth, 
Cornwall; derived from William Sandys, of 
Nambol. Sands, Sandys or Sandes, Wilber- 
ton, Isle of Ely; South Petherton, co. Somer- 
set; Petersham, Surrey; and Westmoreland. 
Sandys, Northborne Court, Kent; derived 
from Sir Edwin Sandys, second son of 
Dr. Sandys, Archbishop of York: also of 
Downehall, Kent ; Baronetcy 1684 ; extinct 
1726. 

Or a fess gu. in chief three crosses fonuy of 
ihe second in base a mullet az. Mercer, 
Londo:i. 

Or a fess betw. three crosses formy fitchy sa. 
Reyley or Riley, CO. Devon ; andofthe Green, 
CO. Lancaster. Riley. Riley, co. Lancaster. 
Ryley or Riley. 

Or a fess humetty raguly betw. three crosses 
formy fitchy sa. Bradney. 

Or a fess raguly betw. three crosses formy fitchy 
sa. Bradney. 

Or a fess betw. three crosses formy vert. Riley, 
CO. Lancaster; and co. Lincoln. 

Per pale arg. and gu. a fess betw. three plain 
crosses all counterchanged. Cusacke. 

Per pale gu. and az. a fess wavy arg. betw. three 
crosses formy or. Godsalve. 

Per pale sa. and az. a fess dancetty or betw. 
three crosses crosslet fitchy of the third. 
Barnewall, CO. Northampton. 

Quarterly sa. and arg. a fess gu. in the second 
quarter two crosses patty and in the third 
quarter one cross patty of the third. Wheatley, 
Wollev, CO. York; and London, 1633; 
Harl.'MS. 1358, fo. 776. 

Sa. a fess betw. three crosses crosslet arg. 
AsKwiTH, CO. York. 

Sa. a fess betw. three crosses crosslet fitchy arg. 
Emly, Ireland. 

Sa. a fess engr. betw. three crosses formy fitchy 
arg. all within a bordure also engr. of the last. 
Bradley. 

Sa. a fess betw. three crosses patty arg. 
Garnon. 

Sa. a fess compony arg. and gu. betw. three 
crosses patty of the second. Dodfrombe. 

Sa. a fess compony gu. and or belw. three crosses 
potent of the last. Gobotesley. 

Sa. a fess erm. betw. three crosses moline arp. 
Weale. 

Sa. a fess erm. betw. three crosses botonny or. 
MiDDLETON, Mendham, Suffolk. 

Sa. a fess or betw. three crosses crosslet 
arg. (in chief) and as many mullets in base 
of the second or. Crog, Cboge, V, or 
Crogg. 



FESS betw, or within .... cont. 

3 Crosses cont. 

.... a fess countercompony .... in chief a cross 
crosslet fitchy betw. two lion's heads .... in base 
a lion's head betw. two cross crosslets .... 
Marsh, in Darton Church, co. York, 

4 Crosses 

Gu. a fess betw. four crosses engr. or. Crosele, 
F. 

5 Crosses 

Arg. a fess dancetty ermines betw. three crosses 
crosslet fitchy in chief and two in base sa. 
Russell, Handsworth, co. Stafiord. 

Or a fess betw. five crosses crosslet gu. 
Grenalder. 

6 Crosses 

Arg. a fess ciiequy arg. and az. betw. six crosses 
crosslet sa. Boteler, Kyrtons, co. Bedford ; 
granted 8 May, 158-5. 

Arg. a fess betw. six crosses crosslet gu. 
Booking. Grevalder. 

Arg. a fess dancetty betw. six crosses crosslet 
gu. Ledet, Braybroke, co. NortbamplO". 
Cranen. 

Arg. a fess raguly betw. six crosses crosslet gu. 
Bucking, Essex. 

Arg. a fess wavy betw. six crosses crosslet gu. 
Bleckett. Blukett. Bolking. Brocking, 
Suffolk. 

Arg. a fess betw. six crosses crosslet fitchy gu. 
Craven, Earl of Craven. Craven, Brockhamp- 
ton Park, co. Gloucester. Crane. Olney. 
Lane. 

Arg. a fess dancetty betw. six crosslets fitchy gu. 
Edwin Sandes or Sandys, Bishop of Winches- 
ter, and of London, 157(1-77; afterwards Arch- 
bishop of York. 

Arg. a fess indented betw. six crosses crosslet 
fitchy gu. Longforde. 

Arg. a fess nebuly betw. six crosses croslet fitchy 
gu. Bcckinge, V. 

Arg. a fess super crenelly betw. six crosses 
crosslet fitchy gu. Olney. Olney, co. War- 
wick. 

Arg. a fess wavy betw. six crosses crosslet fitcby 
gu. BocKiNO, Bucknam Castle, Suflfolk. 

Arg. a fess betw. six crosses patty fitchy gu. 
Creton, V. 

Arg. a fess embattled counterembattled gu.betw. 
six crosses patty fitchy .... Bokinge; 
HarL MS. 1386, fo. 36. 

Arg. a fess dancetty paly of six erm. and gu. 
bt'tw. six crosses crosslet sa. Myn, of Myn, co. 
Salop. 

Arg. a fess sa. betw. six crosslets gu. 
Wardon. 

Arg. a fess nebuly sa. betw. six crosses crosslet 
gu. Booking. 

Arg. a fess sa. betw. six crosses crosslet fitchy gu. 
Ward. 

Arg. a fess betw. six crosslets sa. Laton, co. 
York. Scrape v. Grosvenor, 301. 

Arg. a fess indented betw. six crosslets sa. 
Boughton, V*. 

Arg. a fess betw. six crosses crosslet sa. 
Seaton, Whickham, co. Durham ; quartering 
sa. three swords arg. paleways, two with their 
points in base, the middle one point in chief 
for Rawlins; third, gu. a fess betw. three 
garbs or for Blenkinsopp. 

Arg. a fess fusily betw. six crosses crosslet sa. 

POYNTON. 



BRITISH ARMORIALS. 



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FESS betw. or within .... cont. 
6 Crosses cont. 

Arg, a fess beiw. six crosses crosslet fitchy sa. 
Lawton. Layton, Lincoln; Kirkby, ' Laton, 
Saxay, and Weston, co. York. Sonby, W. 
Sire Thomas de Laton, P. Sir Christopher de 
Layton, R. 

Arg. a fess betw. six cross crosslets fitcby 
sa. a cinquefoil for diff. M. Robt. de 
Laton, S. 

Arg. a fess engr. between six crosses crosslet 
fitchy sa. Camden. Segar. 

Arg. a fess betw. six crosses patty sa. Jooe, V. 

Ax. a fess betw. six crosses crosslet arg. Olney, 
CO. Buckingham, V. St. Omek. 

Az. a fess double downset betw. six crosses cross- 
let arg. MoiGNE. 

Az. a fess betw. six crosses crosslet fitchy arg. 
Rattray, Barford House, co. Warwick; a 
branch of the ancient Scottish family, 

Az. a fess betw. six crosses patty, arg. 
Haversham, V. 

Az. a Jess arg. betw. six crosses crosslet or. 
Haversham. 

Az. a fess dancetty erm. betw. six crossps cross- 
lets arg. Barnardistoh, Ketton or Keddington, 
CO. Suffolk. Two baronetcies were conferred 
upon this family in 1G33; one, on Sir Thomas 
B-irnardiston, of Ketton, extinct in 1750, and 
one on his cousin Sir Samuel Barnardiston, 
ct Brighlwell, extinct in 1712. Barnardiston, 
Great Coates, co. Lincoln. 

Az. a fess dancetty erm. between six crosslets 
formy fitchy arg. Biraston. 

Az. a fess dancetty erm. betw. six ci'osslcts patty 
fitchy arg. Berneston or Beunardeston, V. 

Az. a fess indented erm. betw. six crosses patty 
fitchy arg. Bernardeston or Berneston. 

Az. a fess dancetty erm. between six crosses 
crosslet fitchy gu. Craven. 

Az. a fess erm. betw. six crosses moline or. 
Mein, Edinburgh. 

Az. a fess dancetty or betw. six crosses crosslet 
arg. Moynes, co. Huntingdon. Moigne, 
CO. Huntingdon, V.* 

Az. a fess indented or betw. six crosses crosslet 
arg. Moigne, co. Huntingdon. 

Az. a fess betw. six crosses crosslet or* 
St. Omer, Norfolk, V. 

Az. a fess engr. betw. six crosses crosslet fitchy 
or. Camden, as borne by William Camden, 
author of " The Britannia," born in London, 
1551, and died at Chiselburst, in Kent, 9 Nov., 
I<i23. 

Az. a fess vairy or and gu. betw. six crosses 
crosslet of the second. Bakepuce or 
Bakepdre. 

Gu. a fess betw. six crosslets arg. Peache, co. 
Worcester. Robert Peche, Bishop of Lichfield 
and Coventry 1121-26. Peche, Lord Mayor 
of London, 1361. Pechey or Fech. Sir John 
Peche, L. Thomas Perche, X. And with a 
label of three points, Richard Peche, Bishop 
of Lichfield and Coventry 1161-1182. 

Gu. a fess betw. six crosses crosslet arg. 
A1.BOROUGH. 

Gu. a fess engr. betw. six crosses crosslet arg. 

WoODLOW, V. 

Gu. a fess betw. six crosses crosslet fitchy arg. 
Rix. Whitfield, Whitfield, co. Devon ; the 
heiresses to. Hensleigh and Garland. 

Gu. a fess engr. betw. six crosses crosiTilet fitchy 
arg. Udelow. 



FESS betw. or within . . . .cont. 
6 Crosses cont. 
Gu. a fess dancetty arg. betw. six crosses crosslet 

or. Dengayne. 
Gu. a fess arg. betw. six crosses crosslet crossed 

or. Pkverell, co. Leicester. 
Gu. a fess arg. betw. six crosses patonce or. 

Sir Robert Peverell, V, 
Gu. a fess arg. betw. six crosses patty or. 

Peverell, Park in Eglosbayle, Cornwall ; 

settled in that county, temp. Richard I.; the 

co-heiresses m. Basset and Hungerford. 
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and sa. betw. six crosses 

crosslet of the second. Butler. 
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and sa. betw. six crosses 

crosslet or. Butler, Baron Bramfield. 
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and sa. betw. six crosses 

formy fitchy arg. Boteler, co. Gloucester. 
Gu. a fess chequy arg. and sa. betw. six crosses 

formy fitchy or. Boteler, co. Bedford. 

Botteller, V. Butler, Sudeley, co. Glou- 
cester. 
Gu. a fess chequy or and az. betw. six crosses 

crosslet arg. Boteler. 
Gu. a fess chequy or and sa betw. six crosses 

patty arg. Boteler, Woodhali, co. Hert- 
ford. 
Gu. a fpss chequy or and sa. betw. six crosses 

pomel arg. Kynysman, V. Kynisman, V.* 
Gu. a fess chequy or and sa. betw. six crosses 

crosslet or. i3oTELER, co. Salop. 
Gu. a fess compony arg. and sa betw. six crosslets 

fitchy arg. Botkler. 
Gu. a fess compony arg. and sa. betw. six 

crosses crosslet or. Boteler. Sire Wm. le 

BOTILLER, J. 
Gu. a fess compony arg. and sa. betw. six 

crosses crosslet fitchy or. Boteler. 
Gu. a fess compony or and sa. betw. six crosses 

crosslet arg. Boteler, co. Salop, V. Botiler, 

v.* 

Gu. a fess countercompony arg. and sa. betw. 
six crosses crosslet arg. Sir Wm. Botiler, 
CO. Salop, V. Boteler. 

Gu. a fess countercompony arg. and sa. betw. six 
crosses patty fitchy arg. Botteller, Sudeley, 
CO. Gloucester, V. Boteler, Branifield, co. 
Hertford; sprung from the Botelers, Barons 
of Wemme and Oversley. Registered in the 
College of Arms for Sir John Boteler, created 
Baron Boteler of Bramfield, 20 September, 
4 Car. I. Boteler, co. Gloucester. Butler. 
Butler, Lord of Sudeley, co. Gloucester. 

Gu. a fess countercompony arg. and sa. betw. 
six crosses formy fitchy or. Boteler, co. 
Bedford. 

Gu. a fess countercompony or and az. betw. six 
crosses crosslet arg. placed saltireways. Buck, 
Wisbeach, co. Cambridge. 

Gu. a fess countercompony or and sa. betw. six 
cross crosslets arg. M. Edward Boteler, S. 
John Botteler, V. 

Gu. a fess dancetty erm. betw. six crosses cross- 
let arg. Longuevili-e, Wolverton, co. Bucks; 
derived from Henry de Longueville, of Overton 
Longueville, living temp. Henry I. son of 
Waltenus, Lord of Overton, at the Conquest. 
Sir John Longville, co. Huntingdon, V. 

Gu. a fess erm. betw. six crosses crosslet fitcby 
arg. GowER, CO. Warwick ; and co. Worcester, 

F. 

Gu. a fess betw. six crosses crosslet erm. 
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FESS betw. or within. . ..cont. 
6 Crosses cont. 
Gu. a fess betw. six crosses crosslet or. 
Beauchampe, F.*, CO. Gloucester; and co. 
Warwick. Comte de Warwick, D, L, S. 
William de Beauchamp, E. Beauchamp, Elm- 
ley Castle, CO. Gloucester; founded by Walter, 
third sou of Hugh de Beauchamp, one of the 
companions in arms of the Conqueror ; of this 
great family was the renowned Guy, Earl of 
Warwick; the eventual heiress, Anne de 
Beauchamp, m. Richard Nevil, Earl of 
Salisbury. They quartered chequy or and az. 
a chev. erm. (See "Arch. Jour." I. 287. 
Thomas Beaucham, Warwick, S, And with a 
bordure of the second. Beauchamp. 

Gu. a fess. betw. six cross crosslets or a crescent 
sa. fordiff. M. William Beauchamp, S. The 
&ame but a mullet sa. for diff. John 
Beauchamp, S. 

Gu. a fess dancelty betw. six crosses crosslet or. 
Engayne or Engaine, Essex. Sir Johan de 
Engaigne, J. Sire de Engayne de Graimsby, 
V. Engayne, V. Gainsby. Graynsly or 
Gransby. Grymsby. 

Gu. a fess quarterly arg. and sa. betw. six crosses 
crosslet fitchy of the second. Boaler. 

Gu. a fess vairy betw. six crosses formy or three 
two and one. Filleigh, Filleigh, co. Devon ; 
exlinct temp. Henry IV.; the heiress m. 
Trewen. 

Or a fess betw. six crosses crosslet az. Pipe, 
temp. Edward III. 

Or a fess betw. six crosses crosslet gu. 
Glendor. Geandoe. Gbaydor or Grayndor, 
V, Greyndour. Holbrokes, V. (?^<, 

Or a fess betw. six crosslets fitchy gu. Olney, V. 

Or a fess engr. betw. six crosses crosslet fitchy sa. 
Segab. 

Per fess arg. and sa. a fess betw. six crosses 
crosslet counterchanged. Corbett, V. 

Per fess arg. and sa. a fess betw. six crosslets 
flory counterchanged. Corbet, V. 

Per fess arg. and sa. a fess per fess gu. and 
sa. betw. six crosses flory counterchanged. 
^ Gobbet, V. 

• Sa. a fess betw. six crosses crosslet arg. 
Alborouqh. Grosse. 

Sa. a fess dancetty erm. betw. six crosses crosslet 
or. Barnston, Churton, co, Chester; there 
seated temp. Richard II. 

Sa. a fess betw. three boar's heads erased and six 
crosses crosslet or. Carlmynake. 

Sa. a fess dancetty paly oOightgu. and erm. betw. 
six crosses crosslet arg. Minne, co. Rut- 
land. 

7 Crosses 

Arg. a fess betw. seven crosses crosslet sa. three 

two and two. Laton. 
Gu. a fess dancetty betw. seven crosslets arg. 

LoNGViLLE, CO. Huntingdon. Scrope v. 

Grosvenor, 456. 

8 Crosses 

Arg. a fess dancetty betw. eight crosses bottony 
^^a. Sir Henry Lekeborne, L. Lekbourne, L. 

Gu. a fess betw. eight crosses crosslet arg. 
Peche. 

9 Crosses 

Gu. a fess arg. betw. nine crosses